Editor: Stephen C. Levinson
This series focuses on the role that language, in both its universal, psychological aspects and its variable, cultural aspects, plays in human cognition.
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Event Representation in Language and CognitionEdited by J├╝rgen Bohnemeyer, Eric PedersonExamines new research into how the mind deals with the experience of events.Published December 2010 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521898348 | In stock
Language, Culture, and MindNatural Constructions and Social KindsPaul KockelmanExamines how social relationships are developed and maintained through language.Published February 2010 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521516396 | In stock
Language, Space, and Social RelationshipsA Foundational Cultural Model in PolynesiaGiovanni BennardoDiscusses the relationship between language and the mental organisation of knowledge, based on research carried out in Polynesia.Published May 2009 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521883122 | In stock
The Anatomy of MeaningSpeech, Gesture, and Composite UtterancesN. J. EnfieldThis study examines how words combine with hand gestures and other bodily movements to create unified 'composite utterances'.Published March 2009 | Hardback | ISBN-13:9780521880640 | In stock