Anaphora: A Reference Guide" is a collection of essays that report on the major results of recent research in anaphora and set the stage for further inquiry.
Reports on the major results of recent research in anaphora and sets the stage for further inquiry.
Features contributions from among the world's leading researchers on anaphora.
Presents an exciting picture of how broad the phenomenon of anaphora is and how it can reveal many mysterious properties of language.
Includes articles of interest to many disciplines, including philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, cognitive science, linguistics, language studies, cognitive psychology, and psycholinguistics.
InhaltsverzeichnisNotes on Contributors. Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Timing Puzzles in Anaphora and Interpretation (Andrew Barss) 2. Two Types o0f Scrambling Constructions in Japanese (Ayumi Ueyama) 3. The Psycholinguistics of Anaphora (Janet L. Nicol and David A. Swinney) 4. Two Pronominal Mysteries in the Acquisition of Binding and Control (Dana McDaniel) 5. Reference Transfers and the Giorgione Problem (Mario Montalbetti) 6. Tense and Anaphora: Is There a Tense-Specific Theory of Coreference (Karen Zagona) 7. Surface and Deep Anaphora, Sloppy Identity, and Experiments in Syntax (Hajime Hoji) 8. The Logic of Reflexivity and Reciprocity (D. Terence Langendoen and Joel Magloire) References. Index.
PortraitAndrew Barss is Associate Professor of Linguistics and Associate Research Social Scientist in Cognitive Science at the University of Arizona. His research interests include anaphora, movement phenomena, and scope; the syntax of logical form; derivational models of syntax and their relation to performance models; competition-based models of syntactic form and the constraints they impose on semantic interpretation.
Pressestimmen'Andrew Barss's Anaphora is a dynamic contribution, full of interesting and insightful essays. I recommend it in the highest possible terms.' David Lebeaux, NEC Research Institute 'This is an outstanding book. Relating linguistics to other cognitive domains in a non-trivial way, it clearly addresses an impressive number of issues important for our understanding of the design and nature of language.' Pierre Pica, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France "Andrew Narss has done Linguistics and its related fields a good service by putting together a collection of papers that address a number of important issues in the study of anaphora. The major selling point of the book under considersation is two fold. First the articles contained in the volume are of high quality ... Secondly, the book represents a welcome attempt to relate linguistics to cognitive science, thus helping to shed new light on our quest to attain a better understanding of human cognition ... the book deserves to be read by anyone who is seriously interested in the study of anaphora." Linguistics, volume 42 2006, Cambridge University Press
Untertitel: 'Explaining Linguistics'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BLACKWELL PUBL
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2003
Seitenanzahl: 304 Seiten