Paul Deane Grammar in Mind and Brain m m Explorations in Cognitive Syntax 1993. IV, 355 pages. Cloth. DM 138,ISBN 3-11-013183-8 (Cognitive Linguistics Research 2) This monograph presents a non-modular and cognitively grounded view of syntax which integrales syntactic, psycholinguistic, and neurolinguistic evidence into a unitary theory. m m Beginning with an analysis of exceptional patterns of extraction, a non-modular theory of syntax is developed. Here, syntactic structures are constituted äs metaphoric extensions of basic spatial Schemata and are processed in accordance with general principles of salience and spreading activation. The work then explores a number of ramifications of this theory, including key aspects of English syntax (ivh-movement, raising, control, and reflexivization, among others) and neurolinguistic implications for brain function and hence for the study of such aphasic syndromes äs agrammatism. m m m mouton de gruyter lin · New York Toni Rietveld · Roeland van Hout Statistical Techniques for the Study of Language Behaviour 1993. XI, 400 pages. Paperback. DM 58,ISBN 3-11-013663-5 This textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to a variety of statistical techniques and problems which are of special relevance to the study of language and language behaviour. A textbook covering this topic is necessary because
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