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Functional features in language and space

Author: Laura Carlson; Emile van der Zee
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004.
Series: Explorations in language and space.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Notions of "function", "feature" and "functional feature" are associated with relatively new developments and insights in several areas of cognition. This book brings together definitions, insights  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura Carlson; Emile van der Zee
ISBN: 0199264325 9780199264322 0199264333 9780199264339
OCLC Number: 81788197
Description: 320 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1. Introducing the role of features in language and space ; 2. Shape: A developmental product ; 3. Adaptation of Perceptual and Semantic Features ; 4. Dissociation between verbal and pointing responding in perspective change problems ; 5. Developmental Constraints on the Representation of Spatial Relation Information: Evidence from Preverbal Infants ; 6. An Ecological Approach to the Interface between Language and Vision ; 7. Towards a classification of extra-geometric influences on the comprehension of spatial prepositions ; 8. The HIPE Theory of Function ; 9. Defining function for spatial language ; 10. Attention in spatial language: Bridging geometry and function ; 11. Infants' attention to and use of functional properties in categorization ; 12. Force and function in the acquisition of the preposition in ; 13. Being near the ceramic, but not near the mug: On the role of construal in spatial language ; 14. Language is Grounded in Action ; 15. The bicycle pedal is in front of the table. Why some objects do not fit into some spatial relations ; 16. Between space and function: How spatial and functional features determine the comprehension of between ; 17. Is it in or is it on? The influence of geometry and location control on children's descriptions of containment and support events. ; 18. Contextual, Functional, and Geometric Components in the Semantics of Projective Terms ; 19. Verbs and Directions: The interaction of geometry and function in determining orientation ; 20. Path expressions in Finnish and Swedish: The role of constructions ; 21. Form and Function
Series Title: Explorations in language and space.
Responsibility: editors, Laura Carlson, Emile van der Zee.

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