Published February 3, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||Laura Carlson (Editor), Emile van der Zee (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
The 'language and space' area is a relatively new research area in cognitive science. Studying how language and spatial representation are linked in the human brain mainly draws on research in existing disciplines focusing on language, perception, categorization and development. Each of the contributors in this book explicitly defines the notion of ‘function’, ‘feature’, or ‘functional feature’ within their own theoretical framework, presents research in which such a notion plays a pivotal role, and discusses the contribution of functional features in . 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. Functional Features in Language and Space: Insights from Perception, Categorization, and Development (Language and Space) Laura Carlson, Emile van der Zee (Editors) The 'language and space' area is a relatively new research area in cognitive science.
1 Functional Features in Language and Space; Part One —Features: Derived from Perception, Action, and Embodiment. 2 Language is Grounded in Action; 3 The Bicycle Pedal is in Front of the Table. Why some Objects do not Fit into some Spatial Relations; 4 Dissociation between Verbal and Pointing Responding in Perspective Change Problems. The notions of 'function', 'feature' and 'functional feature' are associated with relatively new developments and insights in several areas of cognition. This book brings together different definitions, insights and research related to defining these notions from such diverse areas as language, perception, categorization and development. The course uses an integrated approach to language teaching that teaches all of the four language skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—in natural settings. Both Instructors and Student Teachers are encouraged to respond through pair and group work and active learning strategies, such as role play, debates, presentations. Functional features in language and space: insights from perception, categorization, and development. [Laura Anne Carlson; Emile van der Zee;] -- "The introduction sets the issues within the context of research in linguistics and cognitive science, and explains the different perspectives associated with each of the chapters.
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