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Variation and Change in the Encoding of Motion Events
Edited by Juliana Goschler and Anatol Stefanowitsch
[Human Cognitive Processing 41] 2013
► pp. 5576
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Combe, Christophe & Dejan Stosic
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Tuuri, Emilia
2023. Concerning variation in encoding spatial motion: Evidence from Finnish. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 46:1  pp. 83 ff. DOI logo
Becerra, Rodrigo, Jorge Osorio, Ítalo Cantarutti & Gabriel Llanquinao
2022. Motion Events in L1 and L2 Mapudungun Narratives: Typology and Cross-Linguistic Influence. Frontiers in Communication 7 DOI logo
Naidu, Viswanatha, Jordan Zlatev & Joost van de Weijer
2022. Typological features of Telugu: defining the parameters of post-Talmian motion event typology. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 54:2  pp. 205 ff. DOI logo
Montero-Melis, Guillermo
2021. Consistency in Motion Event Encoding Across Languages. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Santin, Miguel, Angeliek van Hout & Monique Flecken
2021. Event endings in memory and language. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 36:5  pp. 625 ff. DOI logo
Torres-Martínez, Sergio
2021. The cognition of caused-motion events in Spanish and German: AnAgentive Cognitive Construction Grammaranalysis. Australian Journal of Linguistics 41:1  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
VON STUTTERHEIM, CHRISTIANE, MONIQUE LAMBERT & JOHANNES GERWIEN
2021. Limitations on the role of frequency in L2 acquisition. Language and Cognition 13:2  pp. 291 ff. DOI logo
Zlatev, Jordan, Johan Blomberg, Simon Devylder, Viswanatha Naidu & Joost van de Weijer
2021. Motion event descriptions in Swedish, French, Thai and Telugu: a study in post-Talmian motion event typology. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 53:1  pp. 58 ff. DOI logo
Akita, Kimi & Yo Matsumoto
2020. Chapter 5. A fine-grained analysis of manner salience. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Cappelle, Bert
2020. Chapter 8. Looking into visual motion expressions in Dutch, English, and French. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 235 ff. DOI logo
Matsumoto, Yo & Kazuhiro Kawachi
2020. Introduction. Motion event descriptions in broader perspective. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Skordos, Dimitrios, Ann Bunger, Catherine Richards, Stathis Selimis, John Trueswell & Anna Papafragou
2020. Motion verbs and memory for motion events. Cognitive Neuropsychology 37:5-6  pp. 254 ff. DOI logo
von Stutterheim, Christiane, Johannes Gerwien, Abassia Bouhaous, Mary Carroll & Monique Lambert
2020. What makes up a reportable event in a language? Motion events as an important test domain in linguistic typology. Linguistics 58:6  pp. 1659 ff. DOI logo
Anastasio, Simona
2019. L’expression du déplacement en italien L2. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 10:2  pp. 204 ff. DOI logo
Ji, Yinglin
2019. Chapter 10. Linguistic and mental representations of caused motion in Chinese and English children. In Cognitive Linguistics and the Study of Chinese [Human Cognitive Processing, 67],  pp. 285 ff. DOI logo
Ji, Yinglin & Jill Hohenstein
2018. English and Chinese children’s motion event similarity judgments. Cognitive Linguistics 29:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
BERTHELE, RAPHAEL & LADINA STOCKER
2017. The effect of language mode on motion event descriptions in German–French bilinguals. Language and Cognition 9:4  pp. 648 ff. DOI logo
Fagard, Benjamin, Dejan Stosic & Massimo Cerruti
2017. Within-type variation in Satellite-framed languages: The case of Serbian. STUF - Language Typology and Universals 70:4  pp. 637 ff. DOI logo
Hijazo-Gascón, Alberto
2017. Chapter 11. Motion event contrasts in Romance languages. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 301 ff. DOI logo
Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Iraide
2017. Introduction. Motion and semantic typology. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 13 ff. DOI logo
Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Iraide, Alberto Hijazo-Gascón & María-Teresa Moret-Oliver
2017. Chapter 4. The importance of minority languages in motion event typology. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 123 ff. DOI logo
Verkerk, Annemarie
2017. The goal-over-source principle in European languages. In Space in Diachrony [Studies in Language Companion Series, 188],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Berthele, Raphael
2015. Convergence in the domains of static spatial relations and events of putting and taking. Evidence from bilingual speakers of Romansh and German. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 18:5  pp. 624 ff. DOI logo
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