Applied Psycholinguistics. Positive effects and ethical perspectives. Volume II: Positive effects and ethical perspectives

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FrancoAngeli - Psychology - 475 pages
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This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the IX Congress of the International Association of Applied Psycholinguistics (Isapl), which illustrate in a transdisciplinary perspective the most traditional issues of applied psycholinguistics as well as some emerging issues.
 

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Contents

To be ill or to have a disease?
13
Motivation for change in psychotherapy
19
dialogical answers in youth
27
Italian catholic and muslim women crossing publicprivate practices of communication
34
When a diplomat says no Gender differences in the use of negation in academic writing
43
A lacanianmallarmaic reading of contemporary man
51
Language and Cognition in a Multilingual Community
57
une étude de cas à propos de certains mécanismes symboliques structurant le phénomène
62
The application of cognitive linguistics to the didactics of the mother tongue
257
Syllabus Design Implementation and Evaluation in the Context of Early Language Education
263
An explorative study on the persuasion strategies of a communication campaign
273
Les stratégies du discourse juridique
280
Nonverbal face management in intercultural communication
286
The Impact of Information of Political Discourse on Individual
295
How UN Copenhagen Climate Change conference became a battlefield for individual interests rather than for common good
305
Expression of stance and persuasion in student academic presentations
316

A Cognitive Ability Relevant to Translators Editors and Language Teachers
69
Implications for the productioncomprehension parallel hypothesis
75
A contribution to what psycholinguistics has to offer for the benefit of our global modern world
81
Contributions from a casestudy at a Portuguese day centre
90
Russian Belorussian Bulgarian Ukrainian Moscow 2004
96
Reading from a printed page and from a computer screen in a foreignsecond language context is comprehension affected?
102
Mental state talk and mentalising processes in preadolescence
111
The new distant method of identifying personality traits by speech
119
Perceptual and Cognitive Linguistic Indicators PaCLIs in a corpus of Italian written texts
126
Cognitiveaffective profile of gifted foreign language learners A report of a study
139
Figurative reasoning in foreign language
147
Analysing attention in SLA corrective feedback and learner uptake moves
155
Theoretical and Practical Principles of Taskbased Language Teaching
162
Reconsidering Schmidts noticing hypothesis
170
Acquisition of English Tense and Agreement Morphology by Speakers of Malaysian Languages
176
Motivational value of authentic materials
186
When non verbal intelligence testing becomes linguistically based metacognition A study on university students
197
One or two orthographic lexicons? Evidence from Italian surface dyslexic and dysgraphic children
209
Indicators of informativity and syntactic complexity in developmental writing
220
Evaluating sensitivity to inner structure of Russian words in native school age children
227
Beliefs about language learning of Polish dyslexia symptomatics and asymptomatics
234
Psycholinguistic Approach to Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD
241
What do children say about speaking and writing?
251
Traduire les émotions au cinéma
327
Psycholinguistic modeling of literary translation process
334
Le discours scientifique en langue de spécialité
343
The Strategic Use of Nonverbal Communication in Persuasive Foreign Language Interaction
350
Noun phrase processing in English by Spanishspeaking students
358
Personalization as a means of increasing the effectiveness of early foreign language learning
366
Phonetic Aspects of Third Language Acquisition
373
Research for improving romanianenglish maritime communication
380
Foreign Language Learning self regulation Difficulty Inventory FLSDI
387
The Affective Domain In TeacherLearners
394
The communication of CertaintyUncertainty and Hedging in Scientific Writing
403
The perception of humor in short verbal texts
409
Determinant factors for hesitation in stuttering
414
The Contribution of Instrumental Phonetic Analysis in Assessing the Efficacy of Stuttering Treatments
419
Persuasion images and the five senses in sermons and narratives in Colonial Brazil
426
How advertisement language constructs images of reality
432
Echoes of Memory in the Pedagogical Knowledges and Practice
438
An empirical study
444
Relationship between language development and selfregulation in 2to 3yearold children
451
A language of cultural promotion
457
Rethorical strategies in advertising
465
QUESTO LIBRO TI È PIACIUTO?
472
I NOSTRI CATALOGHI
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