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

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FrancoAngeli - Psychology - 470 pages
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Applied psycholinguistics is a scientific domain where scholars aim at illustrating how research can encourage communication processes among people, groups and cultures. This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the IX Congress of the International Association of Applied Psycholinguistics and suggests new possible interdisciplinary routes in the field, since it takes into account the ethical ties and the moral expectations related to human discursive practices.
 

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Contents

In the beginning was the context
11
On Intoxication
23
Positive effects of Psycholinguistic and Neuroscience findings today
37
Cognitive and ethical issues
46
Language and Emotion
61
Culture as a system of consciousness
74
Strategic Manoeuvring in Argumentative Discourse
83
New Perspectives on Gender Differences in Language Acquisition and Learning
99
A case study from English as a Foreign Language
257
A corpusbased approach in Science
270
A corpusdriven analysis of political discourse
281
A linguistic and cultural overview
293
The Power of Pictorial Persuasion in English for Science and Technology
301
Reading comprehension performance according to age and education level
323
How children aged six to eleven years old read
334
An investigation of verb semantic development in Brazilian children
344

Semioethics and Communication
110
The dynamiccontextual method for understanding Fernando Pessoa
125
On SlamaCazacus context and other recontextualized contexts
129
Porto 1983
135
Current questions in cognitive linguistics and the heritage of applied psycholinguistics
139
The formation of bilingual personalities through an integrated approach
147
Chronotopes and polyphony as discursive tools to collaboratively build Ipositioning
161
Construction of Intersubjectivity in psychosocial interactions
176
Discursive reformulations as dialogical device
184
Identity and change management
195
The psychosocial dimensions and correlates of Corporate Social Responsibility
206
preliminary considerations
217
Exploring semantic universals vs culturespecifics creative vs traditional models
227
Addiction to Fashion from a TransLinguisticCultural and Visual Perspective
235
A persuasive tool in English for Science and Technology
246
On the language of consciousness Unawareness decisions and rationality
357
Symbolization and collective representations
365
Consciousness and Language Edelmans Neural Darwinism versus Chomskyan Cognitivism
373
The processing of causative alternation structures by KarajaPortuguese bilinguals
383
Goodenough comprehension of brazilian portuguese gardenpath sentences
396
A cognitive and crosslinguistic perspective on motion verbs
403
A contrastive view of English and Italian
407
Ception and the Connected Cognitive Entity The case of motion events
419
vers de nouvelles perspectives théoriques
427
The English Wayconstruction
437
The role of the mirror neuron system
447
The Role of Metaphor in ICT Discourse
458
QUESTO LIBRO TI È PIACIUTO?
467
I NOSTRI CATALOGHI
468
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