Verb Processing

Verb Processing

Features works by: Foreign Office Architects - T. Mossel, C. Vos, S. Witteman & P. Dean - B & K+ - Nomad - Sadar & Vuga Arhitekti - LOVE - Njiric & Njiric - Koerszeinstravangelderen - Santiago Cirugeda - Lacaton & Vassal.

Author: Jaime Salazar

Publisher: Actarbirkhauser

ISBN: UOM:39015058102602

Category: Architecture

Page: 286

View: 774

Features works by: Foreign Office Architects - T. Mossel, C. Vos, S. Witteman & P. Dean - B & K+ - Nomad - Sadar & Vuga Arhitekti - LOVE - Njiric & Njiric - Koerszeinstravangelderen - Santiago Cirugeda - Lacaton & Vassal.
Categories: Architecture

Verb Processing in Aphasia

Verb Processing in Aphasia

Author: Sue Fenwick-Elliott

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1170644701

Category: Aphasic persons

Page:

View: 661

Categories: Aphasic persons

Lexical Access and Differential Processing in Nouns and Verbs in a Second Language

Lexical Access and Differential Processing in Nouns and Verbs in a Second Language

In this dissertation , I have organized 10 chapters that deal with differential noun /
verb processing in native English speakers as well as in Chinese - English
bilinguals . The order of the presentation is as follow : Chapter 1 reviews previous
 ...

Author: Hua Liu

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822023593270

Category: Bilingualism

Page: 430

View: 837

Categories: Bilingualism

The Language of Coaching

The Language of Coaching

Behavioral and neurophysiological correlates of action verb processing. Brain
and Language ... 38. van Dam, WO, Rueschemeyer, SA, and Bekkering, H. How
specifically are action verbs represented in the neural motor system: An fMRI
study.

Author: Nicklaas C. Winkelman

Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers

ISBN: 9781492567363

Category: Coaching (Athletics)

Page: 336

View: 966

The Language of Coaching examines how instruction, feedback, and cueing can have a significant impact on training and performance outcomes. The book offers a comprehensive collection of cueing frameworks to help coaches better communicate with athletes in any sport.
Categories: Coaching (Athletics)

Semantic Processing

Semantic Processing

In relation to therapy , the possibility of deliberately manipulating language
structure to influence or facilitate semantic processing arises and can begin to be
investigated in a systematic fashion . There may be parallels between how verb ...

Author: Wendy Best

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015049732095

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 260

View: 287

Research in semantics is conducted in a wide variety of disciplines, and the strength of this book is in bringing those areas together in one volume. Contributions come from an international group of applied researchers. Models of semantics are being influenced by research on the development of semantic processing in children, and by work on the disruption of semantic processing in brain damage such as stroke and Alzheimer’s disease. Clinical work is benefiting from the application of theoretical models while pathological findings are crucial for testing and developing such models. The book has chapters on: models of semantic processing, connectionist modelling, sentence processing in children and adults, semantic processing in the normal elderly, semantic category disorders, semantic therapy in aphasia, semantic processing in Alzheimer’s disease, semantic dementia and conceptual semantics. The book is aimed primarily at the undergraduate reader although some chapters will be of interest to graduate and research students. Students of linguistics, psychology and speech and language sciences will find the book immensely useful.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Cognitive Science Perspectives on Verb Representation and Processing

Cognitive Science Perspectives on Verb Representation and Processing

The volume presents new theoretical and empirical studies on how verb structure and verb meaning are represented, how they are processed during language comprehension, how they are acquired, and how they are neurologically implemented.

Author: Roberto G. de Almeida

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319101125

Category: Psychology

Page: 310

View: 505

Verbs play an important role in how events, states and other “happenings” are mentally represented and how they are expressed in natural language. Besides their central role in linguistics, verbs have long been prominent topics of research in analytic philosophy—mostly on the nature of events and predicate-argument structure—and a topic of empirical investigation in psycholinguistics, mostly on argument structure and its role in sentence comprehension. More recently, the representation of verb meaning has been gaining momentum as a topic of research in other cognitive science branches, notably neuroscience and the psychology of concepts. The present volume is an expression of this recent surge in the investigation of verb structure and meaning from the interdisciplinary perspective of cognitive science, with up-to-date contributions by theoretical linguists, philosophers, psycholinguists and neuroscientists. The volume presents new theoretical and empirical studies on how verb structure and verb meaning are represented, how they are processed during language comprehension, how they are acquired, and how they are neurologically implemented. Cognitive Science Perspectives on Verb Representation and Processing is a reflection of the recent collaboration between the disciplines that constitute cognitive science, bringing new empirical data and theoretical insights on a key element of natural language and conceptualization.
Categories: Psychology

Structuring the Argument

Structuring the Argument

Since the verbs in question are more frequent as light verbs than as non-light
verbs, processing effort might be decreased (see remarks below.) – Aligning the
thematic grids of the light verb and event nominal may require more processing ...

Author: Asaf Bachrach

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

ISBN: 9789027270108

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 205

View: 125

While the argument structure of verbs has long been a central issue in linguistic research of all varieties and continues to be a vexed area of research across a wide range of theoretical and empirical approaches, the inter-disciplinary perspective and dialogue remain largely under explored. This collection stems from an interest to find and explore practical, tangible points of intersection between theoretical linguists, psycholinguists and neurolinguists working on problems related to the representation and processing of verbs and their associated thematic structure. The book is organized around three core themes, (i) the basic building blocks of verbal representations and modes of construction of the verb-argument complex, (ii) non-canonical argument structure realization, with a particular focus on object-experiencer psych verbs, and (iii) the promises and challenges of neurolinguistic and psycholinguistic investigation into argument structure and the prospects for the future of interdisciplinary research on verb argument structure.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Talking Heads

Talking Heads

another patient (Hillis & Caramazza, 1995) had more difficulty in the oral
production of verbs than when verbs were tested ... the third a syntactic
hypothesis, which places the selective deficit for verb processing within a picture
of agrammatism.

Author: Gianfranco Denes

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781136475832

Category: Psychology

Page: 264

View: 297

The origin, development, and nature of language has been the focus of theoretical debate among philosophers for many centuries. Following the pioneering clinical observations 150 years ago of loss of language following a cerebral lesion, language started to be considered a biological system, that could be investigated scientifically. As a consequence, an increasing number of scientists began to search for its anatomical and functional basis and its links with other such cognitive systems. The relatively recent introduction of neuroimaging tools, such as PET and fMRI, has brought rapid and groundbreaking developments to the field of Neurolinguistics. In this book, Denes harnesses these advances to adopt a biolinguistic approach to the study of a subject that increasingly sees the collaboration of linguists, experimental psychologists, neuroscientists and clinicians. Talking Heads reviews the latest research to provide a concise analysis of the multifaceted aspects of language which focuses both on theoretical aspects and physical implementation. Following an up-to-date description of acquired language disorders, and their contribution to the design of a functional architecture of language, the book illustrates the neurological process involved in the production and comprehension of spoken and written language, as well as investigating the neurological and functional systems responsible for sign language production and first and second language acquisition. With a glossary of the anatomical and linguistic terms, this book provides an invaluable resource to undergraduate and graduate students of psychology, psycholinguistics and linguistics.
Categories: Psychology

Readings in Natural Language Processing

Readings in Natural Language Processing

Simplify verb phrases A verb phrase consists of a main verb , a collection of
auxiliaries indicating tense , voice , and modality , a possible inversion indicating
interrogation , and some adverbs . The goal of this stage of processing is to
remove ...

Author: Barbara J. Grosz

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015020742428

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 664

View: 363

Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

EPA 600 9

EPA 600 9

Let us pretend that nouns and verbs elicit different amplitude P300s . One might
argue that this is not a specific ... If there were particular parts of EPs that related
more specifically to noun - verb processing , they would not be found by simply ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924056710167

Category:

Page:

View: 901

Categories:

Connectionism Language Production and Adult Aphasia

Connectionism  Language Production and Adult Aphasia

Elaboration of a Connectionist Framework for Lexical Processing and a
Hypothesis of Agrammatic Aphasia Inga-Britt Persson ... This considered , it is
easy to understand why semantic roles are important to verb processing , which
may be ...

Author: Inga-Britt Persson

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4126838

Category: Afasi

Page: 245

View: 994

Categories: Afasi

Information Processing

Information Processing

... PRESENT P OF VII NOUN 1 PERIOD SUBJECT OF PREDICATE VERB
PREDICATE VERB COMPLEMENT OF PREDICATE VERB COMPLEMENT OF
PREDICATE VERB END OF SENTENCE DECLARATIVE SENT DECLARATIVE
SENT ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105000990155

Category: Artificial intelligence

Page:

View: 946

Categories: Artificial intelligence

Argument Structure in the Spontaneous Speech of School age Children with Specific Language Impairment

Argument Structure in the Spontaneous Speech of School age Children with Specific Language Impairment

On - line processing of argument structure Some of the available evidence
regarding which aspects of argument structure are associated with a greater
processing load come from studies of on - line verb processing . Shapiro and
colleagues ...

Author: Elin THoll THordardottir

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89063828206

Category:

Page: 372

View: 985

Categories:

Italian journal of linguistics

Italian journal of linguistics

Nouns and verbs : neurological correlates of linguistic processing Stefano F .
Cappa & Daniela Perani This paper provides a ... neurophysiological and
neuroimaging studies dealing with the neural correlates of noun and verb
processing .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105115075314

Category: Linguistics

Page:

View: 515

Categories: Linguistics

Computerized Natural Medical Language Processing for Knowledge Representation

Computerized Natural Medical Language Processing for Knowledge Representation

Explicit verb processing has roots in research on artificial intelligence and natural
language processing and is extensively used in semantic networks ( 28,40 ) .
Functions and their inverse ( i.e. the active and passive forms of verbs ) relate ...

Author: Jean-Raoul Scherrer

Publisher: North Holland

ISBN: UOM:39015014489275

Category: Expert systems (Computer science)

Page: 296

View: 736

Categories: Expert systems (Computer science)

Sentence Processing in a nonconfigurational Language

Sentence Processing in a  nonconfigurational  Language

Prior to the start of this investigation , I imagined that verb - initial orders would
impose less processing burden than verb - final orders . At the very least , I
suspected that this would be the case in the inverse form , where delaying input
of the ...

Author: Kiel Tobias Christianson

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293023270691

Category: Electronic dissertations

Page: 798

View: 494

Categories: Electronic dissertations

The Sentence level Processing of Case Markings and Word Order by Native and Non native Speakers of German

The Sentence level Processing of Case Markings and Word Order by Native and Non native Speakers of German

Conversely , in verb - final sentences , the syntactic structure of the clause is
created based on the syntactic and semantic features of the NP arguments . As a
result , speakers have processing difficulties upon encountering the finite verb at
the ...

Author: Carrie Neal Jackson

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89089212120

Category:

Page: 212

View: 478

Categories: