Cognitive Aspects of Language Use: [proceedings of the Second Israeli Cognitive Symposium Held at Tel Aviv University, Apr.1-4, 1986]
Elsevier Science Limited, Mar 1, 1989 - Psychology - 297 pages
The papers collected in this volume consist of the contributions presented at the Second Israeli Cognitive Symposium, held at Tel Aviv University, April 1-4, 1986. The biannual Israeli Cognitive Symposia are organized by the Tel Aviv University Cognitive Studies Working Group, consisting of linguists, psychologists, poeticians and philosophers. The research focus of this working group is on cognitive studies of language use.
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