Series: Human Cognitive Processing

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Language Diversity and Cognitive Representations (Human Cognitive Processing) by Catherine Fuchs3
Multiple Analogies In Science And Philosophy (Human Cognitive Processing) by Cameron Shelley11
The Structure of Time: Language, Meaning And Temporal Cognition (Human Cognitive Processing) by Vyvyan Evans12
Analogy As Structure And Process: Approaches in Linguistics, Cognitive Psychology And Philosophy of Science (Human Cognitive Processing) by Esa Itkonen14
Cognitive Linguistics Investigations: Across Languages, Fields And Philosophical Boundaries by June Luchjenbroers15
Idiomatic Creativity: A cognitive-linguistic model of idiom-representation and idiom-variation in English (Human Cognitive Processing) by Andreas Langlotz17
Methods in Cognitive Linguistics (Human Cognitive Processing) by Monica Gonzalez-Marquez18
The Language of Memory in a Crosslinguistic Perspective (Human Cognitive Processing) by Mengistu Amberber21
Discourse, vision, and cognition by Jana Hollanova23
From space to time : a cognitive analysis of the Cora locative system and its temporal extensions by Eugene H. Casad39
The spatial language of time : metaphor, metonymym, and frames of reference by Kevin Ezra Moore42
Cognitive modeling : a linguistic perspective by Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez45

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