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Chappell, Hilary & Shanshan Lü
2022. A semantic typology of location, existence, possession and copular verbs: areal patterns of polysemy in Mainland East and Southeast Asia. Linguistics 60:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Dressler, Wolfgang U., F. Nihan Ketrez, Marianne Kilani-Schoch & Ursula Stephany
2017. Introduction. In Nominal Compound Acquisition [Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 61],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Erben Johansson, Niklas, Andrey Anikin, Gerd Carling & Arthur Holmer
2020. The typology of sound symbolism: Defining macro-concepts via their semantic and phonetic features. Linguistic Typology 24:2  pp. 253 ff. DOI logo
Harris, Martyn & Tomi S. Melka
2011. TheRongorongoScript: On a Listed Sequence in theRectoof Tablet “Mamari”. Part II. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 18:3  pp. 234 ff. DOI logo
Kemp, Charles, Yang Xu & Terry Regier
2018. Semantic Typology and Efficient Communication. Annual Review of Linguistics 4:1  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
Kim, Yoolim & Annika Tjuka
2024. Cognitive Science From the Perspective of Linguistic Diversity. Cognitive Science 48:2 DOI logo
Klippel, Alexander, Thora Tenbrink & Daniel R. Montello
2012. 6 The role of structure and function in the conceptualization of direction. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 102 ff. DOI logo
Kraska-Szlenk, Iwona
2020. Introduction. In Body Part Terms in Conceptualization and Language Usage [Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, 12],  pp. 2 ff. DOI logo
Kraska-Szlenk, Iwona
2020. Towards a semantic lexicon of body part terms. In Body Part Terms in Conceptualization and Language Usage [Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, 12],  pp. 78 ff. DOI logo
Kraska-Szlenk, Iwona
2023. Embodied Lexicon: Body Part Terms in Conceptualization, Language Structure and Discourse. In Language in Educational and Cultural Perspectives [Second Language Learning and Teaching, ],  pp. 177 ff. DOI logo
Lander, Yury, Timur Maisak & Ekaterina Rakhilina
2012. 4 Verbs of aquamotion: semantic domains and lexical systems. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 67 ff. DOI logo
Levisen, Carsten & Karime Aragón
2017. Chapter 14. Lexicalization patterns in core vocabulary. In Creole Studies – Phylogenetic Approaches,  pp. 315 ff. DOI logo
Luraghi, Silvia
2015. Asymmetries in Italian temperature terminology. In The Linguistics of Temperature [Typological Studies in Language, 107],  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Nikanne, Urpo & Emile Van Der Zee
2012. 11 The lexical representation of path curvature in motion expressions: a three‐way path curvature distinction. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 187 ff. DOI logo
Pajusalu, Renate, Neeme Kahusk, Heili Orav, Ann Veismann, Kadri Vider & Haldur Õim
2012. 3 The encoding of motion events in Estonian. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 44 ff. DOI logo
Raffaelli, Ida, Daniela Katunar & Barbara Kerovec
2019. Introduction. In Lexicalization patterns in color naming [Studies in Functional and Structural Linguistics, 78],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Rakhilina, Ekaterina & Tatiana I. Reznikova
2014. Doing Lexical Typology with Frames and Semantic Maps. SSRN Electronic Journal DOI logo
Rzymski, Christoph, Tiago Tresoldi, Simon J. Greenhill, Mei-Shin Wu, Nathanael E. Schweikhard, Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm, Volker Gast, Timotheus A. Bodt, Abbie Hantgan, Gereon A. Kaiping, Sophie Chang, Yunfan Lai, Natalia Morozova, Heini Arjava, Nataliia Hübler, Ezequiel Koile, Steve Pepper, Mariann Proos, Briana Van Epps, Ingrid Blanco, Carolin Hundt, Sergei Monakhov, Kristina Pianykh, Sallona Ramesh, Russell D. Gray, Robert Forkel & Johann-Mattis List
2020. The Database of Cross-Linguistic Colexifications, reproducible analysis of cross-linguistic polysemies. Scientific Data 7:1 DOI logo
San Roque, Lila, Kobin H. Kendrick, Elisabeth Norcliffe & Asifa Majid
2018. Universal meaning extensions of perception verbs are grounded in interaction . Cognitive Linguistics 29:3  pp. 371 ff. DOI logo
Schapper, Antoinette & Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm
2022. Introduction to special issue on areal typology of lexico-semantics. Linguistic Typology 26:2  pp. 199 ff. DOI logo
Schmidtke, Hedda R.
2012. 10 Path and place: the lexical specification of granular compatibility. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 166 ff. DOI logo
Staden, Miriam van & Bhuvana Narasimhan
2012. 8 Granularity in the cross‐linguistic encoding of motion and location. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 134 ff. DOI logo
Tutton, Mark
2012. 9 Granularity, space, and motion‐framed location. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 149 ff. DOI logo
Ursini, Francesco-Alessio
2021. Prolegomena to a theory of chorophorics. Studies in Language 45:4  pp. 753 ff. DOI logo
Vulchanova, Mila, Liliana Martinez & Valentin Vulchanov
2012. 2 Distinctions in the linguistic encoding of motion: evidence from a free naming task. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 11 ff. DOI logo
Mila Vulchanova & Emile van der Zee
2012. Motion Encoding in Language and Space, DOI logo
Winterboer, Andi, Thora Tenbrink & Reinhard Moratz
2012. 5 Spatial directionals for robot navigation. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 84 ff. DOI logo
Wu, Mei-Shin, Timotheus A. Bodt & Tiago Tresoldi
Zacks, Jeffrey M. & Barbara Tversky
2012. 7 Granularity in taxonomy, time, and space. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 122 ff. DOI logo
Zee, Emile van der & Mila Vulchanova
2012. 1 Introduction. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2012. Preface. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. vii ff. DOI logo
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2012. Copyright Page. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. iv ff. DOI logo
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2012. The Contributors. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. viii ff. DOI logo
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2012. Abbreviations. In Motion Encoding in Language and Space,  pp. xii ff. DOI logo
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