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August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 101

Session 1: Semantics

Chair: Natalia Beliaeva

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Suzanne Kemmer
    Lexical Blending: Opening a Window on the Nature of the Morphemes [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Daniel Kjellander
    Ambiguity at Work: Multistable Meaning Structures in Lexical Blending [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Natalia Beliaeva and Natalia Knoblock
    Conceptual Blending in the Construction of Morphological Blends [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 101

Session 2: Semantics

Chair: Dirk Geeraerts

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Ilona Tragel and Jane Klavan
    Draw free, think aloud: The image schematic representation of Estonian abstract verbs [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Xiaolin Zhang
    On the Semantic Restrictions of Monosyllabic Sensory Adjectives in Metaphorical Expressions: Evidence from Mandarin Chinese [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, 103

Session 1: Cognitive grammar

Chair: Toshiyuki Kumashiro

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Guocai Zeng
    The Dynamic Focal Adjustments in Event Construal: A Case Study on English WH- Dialogic Constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Toshiyuki Kumashiro
    The Semantic Basis of Syntax: The Case of Quantifier Float in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Takashi Kobayashi
    (Discourse) Deictic Usages of Demonstrative Pronoun that: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 103

Session 2: Cognitive grammar

Chair: Susanne Flach

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Astrid De Wit and Philippe De Brabanter
    The use of the English progressive with verbs of communication: An epistemic analysis [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Shotaro Sasaki
    An Analysis of to-Infinitives as Clausal Subjects [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 104

Session 1: Construction

Chair: Naoki Otani

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Lotte Sommerer
    Let’s talk face to face about N-P-N constructions Constructions in English [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Qingnan MENG and Weihua LUO
    The Constructional Changes of English Catenative Constructions: A case study of seem to vs. appear to [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Naoki Otani
    A constructional analysis of the ‘better off construction’ in English [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 104

Session 2: Construction

Chair: Reijirou Shibasaki

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Reijirou Shibasaki
    The question remains is whether constructions are in the making: Constructionalization at work [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Yasuhiro Tsushima
    The Constructionalization of Implicit Theme Resultative Constructions as a ‘Snowclone’ in English [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 105

Session 1: Construction

Chair: John Newman

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Yuzhi Shi
    THE DITRANSITIVE AS RESULTATIVE IN CHINESE [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Mengmin Xu
    The Grammatical Constructionalization and Cognitive Mechanisms of Gěi (GIVE) Construction in Mandarin [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Shujun Chen and Chanqing Zheng
    Diachronic Collostructional Analysis on the Chinese Construction “V lai V qu” [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 105

Session 2: Construction

Chair: Lotte Sommerer

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50; cancelled
    Hongxia Jia
    Exploring the Cognitive Mechanisms of Psych Causative Alternation Verbs in Mandarin Chinese: A Corpus-based Approach [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Hsiao-Hsuan Hung
    Language Productivity and Representation: A Corpus-Based Study of [da – NP] Construction [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 108

Session 1: Typology

Chair: Kaoru Horie

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Jiachun Li
    Lexicalization Patterns of Events of Causative State Change in Mandarin Chinese -from a Diachronic Perspective [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Minna Kirjavainen and Yuriko Kite
    Does native language affect a speaker’s ability to recall details from photos? A comparison between monolingual English and Japanese adults [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Naruadol Chancharu
    The Carto-Conceptual Network models of indefinite pronouns and negation: Where linguistic typology meets cognitive linguistics [abstract]


August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 204

Session 1: Metaphor

Chair: Kazuko Shinohara

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Huei-Ling Lai
    Playful Metaphors in Hakka Jokes and Pragmatic-Cultural Implications [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Eve Sweetser and Schuyler LaParle
    War is war – or is it? Different genres show different metaphors for cancer [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Youngju Choi
    Metonymy Affects Grammar: Korean Double Object Constructions [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 205

Session 1: Metaphor

Chair: Kojiro Nabeshima

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Ewelina Wnuk and Yuma Ito
    Heart-based emotion metaphors in Mlabri (Austroasiatic, Thailand) [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Laura Suárez-Campos
    Exploring the concept of anger in Bulgarian thought embodied metaphors [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15; MOVED TO 14:15, 7th, Room #204
    Tao Zhang and Jingyi Zhan
    A cognitive approach to metaphors and metonymies: A case of the emotion “xǐ” (HAPPINESS)in Chinese [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 205

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: Karen Sullivan

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50  cancelled
    Daniel C. Strack
    Contemporaneous embodied experience influences metaphor comprehension [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Tingting Xu and Xiaolu Wang
    Is Humor Embodied? – An empirical study of humor perception in Chinese [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 206

Session 1: Pragmatics

Chair: Ryoko Uno

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Yukio Hirose
    Where the awareness condition comes from: Cross-linguistic generalizations about viewpoint reflexives in English and Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Chen-Yu Chester Hsieh
    Subject, Stance, and Sequence: An Interactional Construction Grammar Approach to the False-belief Verb Yiwei in Mandarin Conversation [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Kobie van Krieken
    Linguistic Patterns of Viewpoint Transfer in News Narratives [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 206

Session 2: Pragmatics

Chair: Masako U. Fidler

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Liisa Vilkki
    Epistemic and inferential expressions in linguistic research articles: A contrastive (English-Finnish) corpus-based analysis [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Rodrigo Becerra
    A corpus-based analysis of two “mystery” discourse particles in Mapudungun [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 207

Session 1: Multimodality

Chair: Geert Brône

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Hui-Chieh Hsu
    Speech-embedded non-verbal depictions: Embeddedness and structural complexities [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Annelies Jehoul
    Filled pauses from a cognitive and pragmatic perspective: how eye-tracking improves our knowledge of linguistic elements [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 207

Session 2: Multimodality

Chair: Tomoko Endo

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Tomoko Endo
    Bodily Behavior as Constructional Meaning: The Case of Benefactive Construction in Japanese Family Interaction [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Jamin Pelkey
    Kinesthetic Pattern Grammar in the Yama-Bhavacakra: Markedness, Blending and Bodily Midline Mimesis [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 208

Session 1: Sociolinguistics

Chair: Gitte Kristiansen

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Weiwei Zhang, Kris Heylen and Dirk Geeraerts
    Analyzing lexical variation in regional varieties of Chinese: A concept-based approach [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Gitte Kristiansen and Jesus Martin Tevar
    Cognitive Grammar Matters: Revisiting Linguists´ Use of Question Types in Attitude Research [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 208

Session 2: Sociolinguistics

Chair: Maarten Lemmens

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Maarten Lemmens, Mégane Lesuisse, and Océane Foubert
    Gender stereotypes, neologisms, and concept-formation [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Gitte Kristiansen
    Asymmetries in Pluricentric Language Perceptions [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Early afternoon, Room 209

Session 1: Applied linguistics

Chair: Teresa Molés-Cases

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 15:50-16:15
    Daniel O. Jackson
    Pre-service English teachers’ dialogic descriptions of motion: Task effects and trouble sources [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:20-16:45
    Daisuke Nakamura
    Effects of task procedural repetition on lexical diversity and clausal complexity in L2 written narrative production of motion events [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 16:50-17:15
    Efstathia Soroli, Coralie Vincent, Helen Engemann, Henriette Hendriks and Maya Hickmann
    Event integration mechanisms across languages and their psychological reality [abstract]

August 6th (Tue) Late afternoon, Room 209

Session 2: Applied linguistics

Chair: Reyes Llopis-Garcia

  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:25-17:50
    Yiyun Liao, Katinka Dijkstra and Rolf Zwaan
    Directional prepositions and the dynamics of motion event representation [abstract]
  • Aug 6th [Tue] 17:55-18:20
    Reyes Llopis-Garcia
    Space, radial networks and prototypes: a cognitive approach to prepositions in Spanish/L2 pedagogy [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 101

Session 1: [THEME] Stance-stacking in language and multimodal communication

Organizers: Barbara Dancygier, Sally Rice, and Terry Janzen [abstract]

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Introduction
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Terry Janzen
    When is an adjective not an adjective? Stance markers have to go somewhere! [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Sally Rice
    Epistemics, evidentials, and other higher-order predicates in Dene Sųłiné: Packing the post-verbal stance stack [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 101

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Jennifer Hinnell and Sally Rice
    The embodied marking of stance in North American English: Stacked and idiomatic [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Barbara Dancygier and Adrian Lou
    It’s like if constructions and stance off-loading in multimodal artifacts [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Barbara Dancygier and Jennifer Hinnell
    Communicative load-sharing: Stance construction in multimodal, multi-media contexts [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10  canncelled
    Cornelia Müller
    A recurrent gesture in multimodal stance-stacking: the “Negative-Assessment Construction” [abstract]

to be continued


August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 103

Session 1: Construction

Chair: Russell Lee-Goldman

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Lotte Sommerer and Eva Zehentner
    A convent of sisters without a mother superior? – Discussing abstract nodes in the constructional network [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Thomas Herbst and Peter Uhrig
    The “mini-constructicon” – a first step towards designing a Reference Constructicon of English [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Anna Endresen, Anna Klezovich, Olga Lyashevskaya, Daria Mordashova, Maria Nordrum, Ekaterina Rakhilina, Francis Tyers and Valentina Zhukova
    Building a Constructicon for Russian: How to identify families of constructions? [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 103

Session 2: Frame

Chair: Tetsuya Kogusuri

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Hui-Ching Lin
    What can a story do? –A frame semantic approach to constructing meanings on phrasal verbs [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Karen Sullivan
    Anti-Muslim framing in Australian social media [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Tetsuya Kogusuri
    A Frame-Constructional Approach to Emphatic Reflexives in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Kevin Ezra Moore
    Coextension-path fictive motion and metaphor typology [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 104

Session 1: Grammar

Chair: Elizaveta Tarasova

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Qianwen Cheng
    Trajector-object Variants in Chinese BA-construction—A Cognitive Approach [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Bing ZHU
    On the Chinese insubordinate conditional clause formed by the particle NE: A constructionist perspective [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Elizaveta Tarasova and José A. Sánchez Fajardo
    Exploring the evaluative nature of Adj+ie/y nominalisations in contemporary English [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 104

Session 2: [THEME] Macro-events, Grammaticalization, and Typology

Organizer: Fuyin Thomas Li [abstract]

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Fuyin Thomas Li
    Evolutionary Order of Macro-events in Mandarin [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Liulin Zhang
    The difficulty gradient of change-of-state events for human construal demonstrated in the expansion of Chinese framing satellites [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Jing Du and Fuyin (Thomas) Li
    The Conceptual Boundary Among break, cut and open: A Diachronic Semantic Perspective [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Lin Yu
    Beyond Typology: How Event Integration Works in Motion Events– A Case Study of “V + Dào” Constructions in Mandarin [abstract]

to be continued


August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 105

Session 1: Motion

Chair: Fuyin Th. Li

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Teresa Molés-Cases and Paula Cifuentes-Férez
    Some advances in the translation of Manner and boundary-crossing in motion events: An English-German/Spanish/Catalan experiment [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Ladina Stocker and Raphael Berthele
    The roles of language dominance and language mode in bilingual motion event encoding [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 105

Session 2: Motion and space

Chair: Kyoko Inoue

    • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
      Ponrawee Prasertsom
      The Goal bias effects on frequencies of different path types and the (ir)relevance of animacy and literalness [abstract]
    • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
      Bill Palmer, Jonathon Lum and Jonathan Schlossberg
      Demographic diversity and variation in spatial behaviour within language communities [abstract]
    • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40 cancelled
      Ali Alshehri
      Use and Understanding of Intrinsic Frames of Reference [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 108

Session 1: Categorization

Chair: Mariann Proos

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Dylan Glynn
    The meaning of time. Polysemy, usage and conceptual structure [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Daria Kosheleva
    A radial category model for future tense in Russian: when the future is not future [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Avgustina Biryukova and Dylan Glynn
    Boredom is sad: A behavioural case study of near-synonyms in Russian [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 108

Session 2: Categorization

Chair: Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Thomas VAN HOEY
    Radiant suns, burning fires and brilliant flowers: The onomasiology and radical support of Chinese literary LIGHT ideophones [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Karin Zurbuchen and Mari Uusküla
    We do not talk much about smell here: A preliminary study of the semantics of olfaction in Estonian and German [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Mariann Proos
    Letting meaning surface: a corpus-based study of Estonian perception verbs [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    John Campbell-Larsen
    Verbs of visual perception and category violations [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 204

Session 1: Metaphor

Chair: Kevin E. Moore

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Chunfang Huang
    A Cognitive Approach to Translating Conceptual Metaphors in Legal Language [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Inesa Šeškauskienė
    Metaphor in legal translation: space as a source domain English and Lithuanian [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Pongbodin Amarinthnukrowh
    Utilizing the USAS semantic tagger to analyze metaphor: A case study of the US legalization of same-sex marriage discourse [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 204

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: Kohei Suzuki

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    LI Heng
    Moving at the Speed of Life: How Life Pace Influences Temporal Reasoning [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    CAO Yu and LI Heng
    Planning for the Future: The Relationship between Conscientiousness, Temporal Focus and Implicit Space-Time Mappings [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40; Moved from Aug 6th, 16:50, Room #205
    Tao Zhang and Jingyi Zhan
    A cognitive approach to metaphors and metonymies: A case of the emotion “xǐ” (HAPPINESS)in Chinese [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 205

Session 1: Change

Chair: Lihong Huang

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Lihong Huang and Andrea Tyler
    A Cognitive Linguistics Account of the Chinese Particle Le [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Phuong Hoang Nguyen and Karen Sullivan
    When a polysemous word grammaticalizes, does it stay polysemous? Evidence from Vietnamese path verbs. [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Susanne Flach
    From movement into action to manner of causation: Changes in argument mapping in the into-causative [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 205

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: Dezheng Feng

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Shuping Huang
    Metaphor mixing and domain integration: A case study on BODY metaphors [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Dezheng (William) Feng
    Multimodal Metaphor in Chinese Dream Publicity Posters: Towards a Socio-functional Model of Analysis [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Wen-Yi Huang
    A Tale of Two Cities: A Multimodal Study of City Metaphors in Picture Books [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Julia Salzinger
    Black and green smells: Variation in synesthetic metaphors of smell [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 206

Session 1: Corpus

Chair: Jane Klavan

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Cyril Grandin, Bert Cappelle and Ilse Depraetere
    What makes us choose which modal? Putting semantic, syntactic and lexical factors in the balance [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Alvin Cheng-Hsien Chen
    Constituency, sequentiality, and prosody: A corpus-based analysis of phraseological sequences in Mandarin spontaneous speech production [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Andreas Baumann, Theresa Matzinger and Kamil Kaźmierski
    Phonotactics is affected by statistical scaling laws less than the lexicon [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 206

Session 2: Corpus

Chair: Keisuke Sanada

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Václav Cvrček and Masako Fidler
    “Up close and personal vs. birds-eye view” of discourse: a corpus study of perspective using Czech data [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Alvin Cheng-Hsien Chen and Hung-Kuan Su
    A usage-based constructionist approach to grammar: Semantic network analyses of words, constructions, and alternations [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Risako Azemoto
    How gender is described: An insight from a spoken corpus [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 207

Session 1: Acquisition

Chair: Chiung-chih Huang

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Britta Juska-Bacher and Ladina Stocker
    Assessing vocabulary depth in school beginners [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Sophie de Pontonx and Christophe Parisse
    Children’s acquisition of the notion of reference time: constructing a world within language [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Chiung-Chih Huang
    An incremental approach to referential accessibility in mother-child conversation [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 207

Session 2: Pragmatics

Chair: Kuniyoshi Kataoka

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Catherine Cook
    Part of Your World: Linguistic Indicators of Immersion in Video Games [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Larissa Manerko and Anastasia Sharapkova
    Cognitive Dominance as a Driving Force of Concept Evolution in Arthurian Fiction [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Masashi Okamoto
    Fictive interaction in prose text: An experiment on prose-to-dialogue conversion [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Łukasz Wiraszka
    Viewpoint phenomena in academic discourse: A Cognitive Linguistics account [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 208

Session 1: [THEME] Roles of gesture and body movement in communication

Organizers: Harumi Kobayashi and Sotaro Kita [abstract]

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Suzanne Aussems and Sotaro Kita
    The role of seeing gestures in children’s word learning and event memory [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Eriko Yamamoto and Kazuo Hiraki
    Does voluntary production of body movement have long-term effects on infants’ learning about others’ body movement? [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Yuka Ishizuka
    Gesture imitation increases reciprocal communication in children with autism spectrum disorder [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 208

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:15-13:40
    Ulf Liszkowski
    Ontogeny of the human pointing gesture [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Tetsuya Yasuda
    Coordination of pointing and eye gaze in adults teaching whole/part object labels [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Harumi Kobayashi
    Children’s comprehension and production of different pointing gestures [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Discussion

August 7th (Wed) Morning, Room 209

Session 1: Applied & Neuro Linguistics

Chair: Joseph Tomei

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 10:50-11:15
    Rachel Luna Peralta, Henrique Fátima Boyol Ngan and Chung-En Yu
    Reading Journal Abstracts: An Eye-tracking Study of University EFL Students’ Online Reading Behavior [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:20-11:45
    Helen Zhao and Ruiming Wang
    Image Schemas in Second Language Learning of English Prepositions: An Event-Related Potential Study [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 11:50-12:15
    Rachel Hatchard
    Linguistic storage beyond the word level: The effect of multiword frequency on well-formedness of spoken utterances in aphasia [abstract]

August 7th (Wed) Early afternoon, Room 209

Session 2: Applied

Chair: Masahiro Takimoto

  • Aug 7th [Wed] 13:45-14:10
    Laura Janda and Francis M. Tyers
    Paradigms: cognitive plausibility and pedagogical application [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:15-14:40
    Reyes Llopis-Garcia and Irene Alonso-Aparicio
    Cognitive approaches to L2 pedagogy: challenges and shortcomings of empirical testing [abstract]
  • Aug 7th [Wed] 14:45-15:10
    Masahiro Takimoto
    The effects of primary metaphor on the development of EFL learners’ pragmatic proficiency [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 101

Session 1: [THEME] Stance-stacking in language and multimodal communication (cont.)

Organizers: Barbara Dancygier, Sally Rice, and Terry Janzen [abstract]

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Dorothea Horst
    Stance as multimodal, dynamic, and intersubjective phenomenon in interaction [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Stef Spronck and Aung Si
    Mistaken-belief expressions: a stance-stacking laboratory [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Lieven Vandelanotte
    Internet memes and the dynamics of stance [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 101

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Terry Janzen, Barbara Shaffer and Lorraine Leeson
    The embodiment of stance in narratives in two signed languages [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Sara Siyavoshi, Laura Ruth-Hirrel and Sherman Wilcox
    Facial Displays as Stance Markers in Multimodal Spoken and Signed Constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Eve Sweetser
    Embedded viewpoint and stance in gesture and speech: multimodal stance-stacking [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Discussion

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 103

Session 1: [THEME] Ethnosyntax

Organizer: Kaoru Horie [abstract]

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Kaoru Horie and Joungmin Kim
    Negative politeness and the preference for nominalization strategies in Japanese: A contrastive study with Korean [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Seongha Rhee
    When crudity steps into grammar: The case of Korean auxiliary verbs [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Kuniyoshi Kataoka
    Discursive management of space and textual deictics in Japanese spatial monologues (and beyond) [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 103

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Yukinori Kimoto
    Morphological manifestations of hunter-gatherer lifestyle: Word formations and ethno-semantics in Philippine Negrito languages [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Discussion w/ Nick Enfield

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 104

Session 1: [THEME] Macro-events, Grammaticalization, and Typology (cont.)

Organizer: Fuyin Thomas Li [abstract]

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Sabine De Knop and Manon Hermann
    From lexical meaning to functional role: the case of complex noun-verb phrases [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Yiting Chen
    Macro-events in verb-verb compounds from the perspective of baseline and elaboration: Iconicity in typology and grammaticalization [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Guannan Zhao
    The grammaticalization of Pleonastic negation——A case study of “chàdiǎnméi” in Mandarin Chinese [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 104

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Longbo Daniel Ren
    Typology of English and Mandarin: Taking spatial stationary events as examples [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Na Liu
    The Grammaticalization of Chinese Directional Verb ‘kāi’: A Constructional Approach [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Efstathia Soroli
    Typological differences influence motion event perception: Evidence from production, similarity judgment tasks and eye tracking [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Discussion

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 105

Session 1: Motion

Chair: Kazuhiro Kawachi

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Kazuhiro Kawachi, Ikuko Matsuse and Yo Matsumoto
    Speaker’s territory as a factor in the use of deictic verbs and verb affixes: The cases of Kupsapiny and Newar [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Takahiro Morita
    Linguistic deictic meanings beyond gestures: A contrastive study on motion event descriptions in French and Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Clément Voirin, Jinke Song and Anetta Kopecka
    The encoding of dynamic deixis in motion event: A crosslinguistic exploratory study [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 105

Session 2: Translation

Chair: Keiko Tsuchiya

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Alberto Hijazo Gascón
    Cognitive Linguistics and Interpreting in Police Interviews [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    SHUXIAN SONG
    Fluency Development in Simultaneous Interpreting Performance of Trainee Interpreters: The Perspective of Cognitive Fluency [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 108

Session 1: Creativity

Chair: Vera Zabotkina

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Vera Zabotkina
    Cognitive mechanisms of linguistic creativity [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Young-Min OH
    Do too many linguists spoil the research? Creativity and fixedness in creative uses of proverbial idioms: A cross-linguistic, corpus-driven study [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Taro Okahisa and Kaori Yamasaki
    The two ways to the same interpretation of a novel expression: metaphorical and metonymical categorization [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 108

Session 2: Categorization

Chair: Juergen Bohnemeyer

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Jing Chen, Panos Athanasopoulos and Aina Casaponsa
    Unconscious effects of language-specific terminology on spatial concepts in bilinguals [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Simon Devylder, Christoph Bracks, Soichi Kozai, Misuzu Shimotori and Poppy Siahaan
    Mapping the body [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Ieva Stasiūnaitė
    On the motivated polysemy of the Lithuanian PO and the English UNDER [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Keigo Ujiie and Masayuki Ishizuka
    When locational expressions are not locational: the case of Japanese demonstratives [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 204

Session 1: Metaphor

Chair: Jamin Pelkey

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Shon Shum and Jamin Pelkey
    Cultured Meat or Frankenfood? Toward an Expanded Account of the Education-Persuasion Tension Intrinsic to Conceptual Integration [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45: moved to Aug 10th 9:00-
    Esther Serwaah Afreh and Harriet Appiah Kyeremeh
    METAPHORS OF FORMAL LEARNING, EDUCATION AND KNOWLEDGE AMONG GHANAIAN STUDENTS: THE CASE OF KNUST [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Xing Liu
    The Cultural Models of “Happiness” in Chinese: Metaphor, language and identity [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 204

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: Jurga Cibulskienė

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Jurga Cibulskienė and Inesa Šeškauskienė
    Constructing attitudinal stance via metaphors: a multi-perspective cognitive approach toward politically contested events [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Soumyadeep Mukherjee
    Metaphorization in Grammatical Gender [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Jurga Cibulskienė
    Cross-linguistic metaphorical representation of the #MeToo movement: Communicating attitudes [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 205

Session 1: Change

Chair: Graeme Trousdale

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Hidehiko NEGI
    Grammaticalization of temporal meanings in Japanese and Spanish With special reference to the antonymy in “EARLINESS” and “LATENESS” [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Yuki Takahashi
    Old English subject-verb word order: An intertextual comparison [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Yoshiaki Sato
    From Manner to Temporal Uses: Historical Changes of the English Subordinator As [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 205

Session 2: Change

Chair: Masaru Kanetani

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Ethan Wei-Chien Shih
    “A pragmatic construction of two constructions: A corpus-based case study on just because[abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Wataru Kono
    Constructionalization of Have it (PP) that Construction as English Evidential Strategies [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Eri Mizokami
    The Current Usage of the Quotative be like in British English [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 206

Session 1: Acquisition

Chair: Nikolas Koch

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Maija Surakka
    Temporally extended self in children. Linguistic and psychological views on the development of future time references. [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Jekaterina Mažara and Sabine Stoll
    The Role of Aspect During the Acquisition of Verb Morphology in Russian: From Item-Specificity to Proficient Use [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Nikolas Koch
    Schemas in first language acquisition: A German traceback study [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 206

Session 2: Pragmatics

Chair : Kyoko Masuda

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Kate Beeching and Ludivine Crible
    Crosslinguistic paths of pragmatic development: actually and en fait in British and French children [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Kyoko Masuda
    The prosodic features of the interactional particle yo in student-professor conversation [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Masataka Yamaguchi and Chikako Sakurai
    A Study of Reported Speech by Preschool Japanese Children: Implications for Theory of Mind [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Patricia Palacios and Ricardo Maldonado
    Tipo (Like)… do you get me? [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 207

Session 1: [THEME] Socio-cognitive approaches to analyzing spontaneous interactions

Organizers: Mirjam Fried, Eva Lehečková, and Jakub Jehlička [abstract]

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Mirjam Fried and Pavel Machač
    Sound patterns as interpretive clues in spontaneous interaction [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Thierry Chaminade, Birgit Rauchbauer and Laurent Prévot
    Artificial Conversational Agents to Investigate the Neural Bases of Conversation with fMRI [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Manon Lelandais and Gaëlle Ferré
    A parametric multimodal approach to subordination in conversation [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 207

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Anna Inbar
    Visualizing discourse functions: The case of list constructions in Israeli Hebrew [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Eva Lehečková, Jakub Jehlička and Magdalena Zíková
    Interplay of information structure, pitch contour, and gesture in spontaneous interactions [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Bracha Nir
    Constraining Constructions: Resonance and Structure in Interaction [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Discussion

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 208

Session 1: Evolinguistics

Chair: Michael Pleyer

  • Aug 8th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Jonas Nölle, Jennifer Culbertson, Simon Kirby and Kenny Smith
    Using virtual reality to study language evolution [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Theresa Matzinger, Magdalena Schwarz, Nikolaus Ritt and W. Tecumseh Fitch
    The effects of prosodic cues on word segmentation in an artificial language learning task [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Michael Pleyer and Monika Pleyer
    A Cognitive-Interactional Approach to the Evolution of Linguistic Im/politeness [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 208

Session 2: Sociolinguistics

Chair: Ingie Zakaria

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    María José Serrano
    The cognitive basis of desubjectivizing constructions: The use of the periphrases haber/tener que + infinitive in Spanish [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Geidi Kilp
    Usage-based approach to computer-mediated Estonian-English-Japanese communication [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Ingie Zakaria and James McCallum
    Self-Perception, Hegemony, and Postcolonial Background: English outside its Natural Environment [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:45-15:10
    Agnieszka Libura, Maria Libura and Maria Kmita
    Healthcare challenges in memes. A comparative analysis of American, British and Polish humor [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Morning, Room 301

Session 1: Construction

Chair: Laurence Romain

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 10:50-11:15
    Tobias Ungerer
    Using structural priming to test links between constructions: Caused-motion sentences prime resultatives [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:20-11:45
    Stefan Hartmann
    Empirical approaches to competing future constructions: Converging evidence from corpus and experimental studies [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 11:50-12:15
    Laurence Romain and Maarten Lemmens
    The status of alternations: a lexical-constructional interface [abstract]

August 8th (Thu) Early afternoon, Room 301

Session 2: Construction

Chair: Seiko Fujii

  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:15-13:40
    Jaakko Leino
    Ordered and unordered constructions: The role and representation of word order in Construction Grammar [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 13:45-14:10
    Thomas Herbst
    Constructionists are not at all easy to please [abstract]
  • Aug 8th [Thu] 14:15-14:40
    Seiko Fujii and Russell Lee-Goldman
    Frame-based constructional approach to argument structure satisfaction via unselected adjuncts [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 101

Session 2: [THEME] Language at the mid-level of understanding: The curious case of linguistic representations

Organizers: Petar Milin and Dagmar Divjak [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Introduction
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    John Newman
    Questioning the lemma in usage-based linguistics [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Dagmar Divjak and Petar Milin
    (The) unbearable lightness of (the) English articles [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 101

Session 3: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Jane Klavan
    Linguistic representations of constructional alternations: A case study from Estonian [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Nick C Ellis
    Essentials of a Theory of Language Cognition [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Discussion

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 103

Session 1: [THEME] Evolinguistics

Organizer: Koji Fujita [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Koji Fujita
    Syntax, Cooperation and Self-Domestication [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Koji Hoshi
    A Possible Link between Cognitive Linguistics and the Lennebergian View on Biological Evolution of Language [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Kazumi Taniguchi
    On the Emergence of Grammar and Image Schemas: A Cognitive Linguistic View [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Haruka Fujita
    On the Co-evolution of Internalization and Externalization in Human Language [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 103

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Franklin Chang
    Using the P-Chain to understand the Evolution of Language [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Ryoko Uno
    Shared Intentionality and the Emergence of Sentence Types in Natural and Artificial Languages [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Takashi Hashimoto
    Filling a gap between pre-linguistic and linguistic pragmatics: An experimental semiotic approach to the formation of symbolic communication systems with intention sharing [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    discussion

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 104

Session 1: Categorization

Chair: Verena Minow

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Verena Minow and Julia Salzinger
    “Wen hassen wir? #dasperfektedinner” Conceptualization and categorization of in-group and out-group belonging on Twitter [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Terry Shortall
    Saussure revisited: the delineation of langue and parole using a prototype-category model [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 104

Session 2: Motion

Chair: Yukinori Kimoto

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Ali Alshehri Use and Understanding of Intrinsic Frames of Reference[abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Léna Masson-Collin
    Motion events across languages: a parallel-corpus investigation of English, French and Japanese spatial expressions [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Yu Deng and Juanjuan Chen
    Move or not Move: An ERP Study on the Processing of Fictive and Actual Motion Events [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Gaïdig Dubois
    A force-dynamic account of the Finnish verbs of REMAINING: when staying can involve a shift in force dynamics [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 104

Session 3: Motion

Chair: Joel Olofsson

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Kyosuke Yamamoto and Kiyoko Takahashi
    Segmentation of complex motion events in two verb-serializing languages [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Joel Olofsson
    Cough and joke. Concomitance co-event in Swedish motion constructions. [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Natalya I. Stolova
    Motion Events from Latin to Romance: Role of Linguistic Resources in Typological Shift [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 105

Session 1: [THEME] Causation in discourse and cognition: Crosslinguistic perspectives

Organizers: Kazuhiro Kawachi, Anja Latrouite, and Jürgen Bohnemeyer [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Introduction
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Erika Bellingham
    Integrating event descriptions in multi-predicate constructions: frame semantics and construal in the English means construction [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Guanghao You, Moritz Daum and Sabine Stoll
    Extracting lexical causatives from discourse [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 105

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Françoise Gallez and Sabine De Knop
    The caused motion construction revisited: theoretical and cross-linguistic perspectives [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Ilona Tragel and Kairit Tomson
    Estonian causative constructions from the construction grammar perspective [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Anja Latrouite and Robert D. Van Valin, Jr.
    Causational Interpretation based on Immediate and General Common Ground Frames [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Natalia M. Zaika
    Additional meanings of causal markers in polypredicative constructions [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 105

Session 3: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Dmitry Gerasimov
    Causal markers derived from speech act verbs in the languages of the world [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Sergey Say
    Nominal causal constructions: causal chains and syncretism (a typological study) [abstract]

to be continued


August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 108

Session 1: [THEME] Cross-theoretical Perspectives on Frame-based Lexical and Constructional Analyses: Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Studies

Organizers: Toshio Ohori and Kyoko Hirose Ohara [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Introduction
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Paul Sambre
    Multilingual FrameNet and Calabria’s mafia: video documentaries as conceptual windows on a transnational economic crime scenario [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Paul Sambre, Geert Brône and Cornelia Wermuth
    Verbal genericity and null instantiation in Italian and German cut and break sequences: a multimodal socio-cognitive approach [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 108

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Nathan Hamlitsch
    A constructional approach to borrowed bound morphemes in Japanese: With an emphasis on cultural frames [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Mana Kitazawa and Kyoko Hirose Ohara
    Interpretation predicates and contents in frame integration: the case of sasou in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Miriam R. L. Petruck and Lori Levin
    Frame Semantic Parsing Needs Constructions [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 108

Session 3: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Daisuke Nonaka
    When alternating verbs fail to alternate: the case of the locative alternation in English [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Kyoko Ohara
    Frames-and-Constructions Analysis of Japanese and English Bilingual Children’s Books [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Collin Baker
    Beyond N, V, and Adj: Frame Semantics and the Closed-class Lexicon [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    Discussion w/ M. Hilpert

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 204

Session 1: Corpus

Chair: Bert Cappelle

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Michael Barlow and Suzanne Kemmer
    Subjective/Objective Construal and Individual Preferences [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Bert Cappelle, Pascal Denis and Mikaela Keller
    Making sense of fake’s fickleness: The role of context [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 204

Session 2: Change

Chair: Kiyoko Toratani

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Kiyoko Toratani
    Naturalization of the Japanese loanword sushi in English [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Kayo Danjo
    Pejorative derivation from spatiality: A comparative case study of Japanese burabura, daradara and German herum [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Yoshikata Shibuya
    A corpus-based diachronic analysis of register variation in English comparatives [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Vladimir Glebkin
    Semantic change from sociocultural perspective [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 204

Session 3: Construction

Chair: Diego Oliveira

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Ayako Shiba
    Interaction Between Text Genres and Constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Satu Siltaloppi
    Greetings from the festival – how listing is used in a signed postcard [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    Diego Leite de Oliveira
    Transitive constructions under negation in Russian: a usage-based approach to the genitive-accusative competition [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 205

Session 1: Metaphor

Chair: Antonio Barcelona

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Antonio Barcelona
    Metonymy-guided discourse inferencing. A qualitative study [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Tetsuta Komatsubara
    Cognitive and cultural preferences of metonymy in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Chiarung Lu
    Dynamic Metonymy: perspectives from lexical semantics and Blending theory [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 205

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: Tetsuta Komatsubara

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Tore Nesset
    Two stars in the bassoon sky: metaconstructional compounds and metaphor extraction in Norwegian [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    KJ Nabeshima
    The legacy of Primary Metaphor Theory: What to take home and what to build on [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Xuri Tang
    Developing Metaphoric Concepts with Constructions: A Corpus Based Analysis [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Ning Yu and Jie Huang
    Difficulty as Weight and Solidity in English and Chinese [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 205

Session 3: Metaphor

Chair: Ning Yu

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Krista Teeri-Niknammoghadam
    Why ‘ahead of Christmas’ but not ‘ahead of Friday’? On semantics of Finnish FRONT adposition constructions in SEQUENCE IS RELATIVE POSITION ON A PATH metaphor of time [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Yuichiro Ogami
    On the Experiential Bases of the Two Meanings of Temporal “Saki” in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg and Poppy Siahaan
    Linguistic and co-speech gestural patterns of spatiotemporal metaphors in Indonesian [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    Jie Fu and Gerard Steen
    Metaphor Use in Aphasia: Evidence from AphasiaBank (Mandarin) [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 206

Session 1: Applied linguistics

Chair: Maki Kubota

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Yizhou Lan and Sugene Kim
    Making the most of peer review: Is going Anonymous the way forward for Asian learners of English? [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Kun Yang and Min Wang
    Developmental trajectory of L2 syntactic representation: Evidence from structural priming [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Maki Kubota
    “The effect of individual factors on second language lexical attrition in bilingual returnee children” [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 206

Session 2: Applied linguistics

Chair: Mutsumi Ogawa

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Ying-Hsueh Hu
    Cross-linguistic Effects in the Teaching and Learning of English Count/Mass Nouns by Mandarin Chinese Speakers [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Mutsumi Ogawa, Tomohiko Shirahata, Koji Suda, Takako Kondo and Hideki Yokota
    Language Proficiency and Instructional Effects: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach to the Count-Mass Distinction [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Thomas Siu Ho Yau and Helen Zhao
    Bi-directional Transfer in Second Language Idiom Comprehension [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Robert H. Taferner
    The Effects of Conceptual and Semantic Crosslinguistic Influence in Explicit L2 Instruction of Temporal Adpositions [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 206

Session 3: Applied linguistics

Chair: Katrin Kohl

    • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
      Diego Dardon
      Can Verbal Short-Term Memory Training Lead to Greater Gains in L2 Vocabulary Learning? [abstract]
    • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
      Ana Werkmann Horvat, Marianna Bolognesi, Katrin Kohl and Aditi Lahiri
      Demolishing walls and myths: Cognitive salience of literal and metaphorical meanings in L1 and L2 speakers [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Vera Zabotkina
    Cognitive mechanisms of linguistic creativity [abstract]

 


August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 207

Session 1: Multimodality

Chair: Masaaki Kamiya

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Rafał Augustyn
    Creating an aura of mystery in multimodal film setting: A cognitive analysis of Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Sabina Tabacaru and Ray Becker
    I’m surprised to hear you say that: The use of raised eyebrows in oral and written contexts [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Sabina Tabacaru and Sheena Van Der Mark
    Crosslinguistic perspectives on the use and meaning of emoji in Asia and Europe [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 207

Session 2: Multimodality

Chair: Elise Stickles

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Amanda Brown and Masaaki Kamiya
    The Role of Gesture in Scopal Ambiguity: A Comparison of Japanese and English [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Maíra Avelar, André Lisboa and Beatriz Graça
    Spatial deixis and gestures in Brazilian Portuguese and American English: a crosslinguistic multimodal analysis [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Elise Stickles, Tasha N. Lewis and Matthew Kirkhart
    The effects of spatial manipulation and mental imagery skills on gesture production [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 207

Session 3: Multimodality

Chair: Keiko Abe

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Iju Hsu
    Watch! The Olfactory Time Machine! – A Study of Synesthetic Metaphors in Japanese Winespeak-themed Manga [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Sayaka Abe
    Connecting language, vision and force: Analyzing emotional forces of FRUSTRATION in Japanese manga [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Xiufeng ZHAO
    A Multimodal Cognitive Poetic Study of Postmodern Picturebook: The Stinky Cheeseman and Other Fairly Stupid Tales [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    Cameron Romney
    Online image searches as indicators of lexical nuance between Japanese and English [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Morning, Room 208

Session 1: [THEME] Minority Languages & Cognitive Linguistics: towards a two way relationship

Organizers: Simon Devylder and Alice Gaby [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 10:50-11:15
    Introduction
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:20-11:45
    Evangelia Adamou, Eréndira Calderón and Stefano De Pascale
    How to speak “geocentric” in an “egocentric” language: A multimodal study among Ngigua-Spanish bilinguals and Spanish monolinguals in a rural community of Mexico [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 11:50-12:15
    Sherman Wilcox, Yufuko Takashima and Eikoh Kuroda
    Signed Languages as Minority Languages [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 208

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Alice Gaby and Lesley Woods
    Ethics and collaboration between cognitive linguists and speakers of minority languages [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Laura A. Janda and Lene Antonsen
    North Sámi Possessive Constructions in the Era of Truth and Reconciliation [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Simon Devylder
    Paamese sand drawings: insights into the polysemiotic nature of human communication and revitalization efforts of an endangered practice [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Maïa Ponsonnet, James Bednall and Isabel O’Keeffe
    The respective roles of culture and grammar in shaping emotion metaphors The case of the Gunwinyguan family (Australian, non-Pama-Nyungan)Forename Surname [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 208

Session 3: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Hannah Sarvasy, Alba Tuninetti, Carmen Kung and Paola Escudero
    EEG in PNG: A report on the neurolinguistics of clause chain processing [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25 start at 15:30 
    Stef Spronck
    Finding a new place for pragmatics in CL through minority languages [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55 start at 16:00
    Discussion
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25 start at 16:30
    Discussion

August 9th (Fri) Early afternoon, Room 301

Session 1: [THEME] Integrating iconicity: recent work and future directions

Organizers: Mark Dingemanse and Arie Verhagen [abstract]

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:15-13:40
    Thomas Schwaiger
    The not so self-evident iconicity of reduplicative word-class derivation [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 13:45-14:10
    Thomas VAN HOEY and Chiarung LU
    Reduplication as a trigger of intersubjectivity: Mandarin Chinese ideophones and reduplication in the CHILDES corpora [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:15-14:40
    Mutsumi Imai and Junko Kimura
    Sensitivity to sound symbolism in Japanese Hard-of-Hearing children [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 14:45-15:10
    Aleksandra Ćwiek, Christoph Draxler, Susanne Fuchs, Shigeto Kawahara, Bodo Winter and Marcus Perlman
    Comprehension of Non-Linguistic Vocalizations across Cultures [abstract]

August 9th (Fri) Late afternoon, Room 301

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 9th [Fri] 15:30-15:55
    Andrew D.M. Smith and Stefan Hoefler
    Iconicity and the origins of symbolism and grammar [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:00-16:25
    Jonas Nölle, Riccardo Fusaroli and Kristian Tylén
    Beyond iconicity: aspects of metonomy and indexicality in sign grounding [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 16:30-16:55
    Irene Mittelberg
    Iconicity – embodiment – image schemas: Towards a spectrum of different sources and levels of gesturally enacted schematicity [abstract]
  • Aug 9th [Fri] 17:00-17:25
    Thomas Van Hoey, and Jonas Nölle
    Integrating Iconicity (general discussion)

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 101

Session 1: [THEME] Cognitive perspectives on Linguistic Creativity

Organizers: Thomas Hoffmann and Alexander Bergs [abstract]

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Introduction
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Graeme Trousdale
    Linguistic creativity and musical improvisation: some similarities and differences [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Peter Uhrig
    Creative Intentions: The thin line between ‘creative’ and ‘wrong’ [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 101

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Mark Turner
    Conceptual Blending as a Source of Creativity in Constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Thomas Hoffmann
    Constructionist Approaches to Creativity [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Discussion

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 103

Session 1: Phonology

Chair: Yoshihiko Asao

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Clemens Poppe
    Cognitive phonology and the accented-unaccented opposition in Japanese [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Xizhuo Chen and Yun Nan
    Modularity or non-modularity of pitch deficits in Congenital Amusics? A developmental perspective is the key [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Saeed Rahandaz
    Progressive Assimilation in Cognitive Phonology: A Case from Iranian Azerbaijani [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 103

Session 2: Grammar and semantics

Chair: Naoaki Wada

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Svetlana Sokolova
    From lexical triggers to contextual cues: Sentence complexity and aspectual choice in Russian narrative sequences [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Dandan Zhang
    [YAO + V] in Chinese / [Aller + V] in French: prospective aspect or tense of future? [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Naoaki Wada
    On the so-called volitional use of will: Semantic or pragmatic or both? [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 104

Session 1: Cognitive grammar

Chair: Akira Machida

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Abhisek Sarkar
    Understanding Control and Modality: Comparative study between English and Bangla Modals [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Li Yapei
    The syntactic realizations of the epistemic predicate likely and its Chinese equivalent ke’neng: A corpus-based cognitive study [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Yi-Na Wang and Yinmei Li
    Subjectivity of Chinese and English Topic Constructions: A Grounding Analysis [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 104

Session 2: Grammar

Chair: Seongha Rhee

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Charlotte Maekelberghe
    A cross-linguistic perspective on ‘nominal’ vs. ‘verbal’ construal in English and German. [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Lidan Lu
    A Cognitive Study of Deadjectival Nominalization as Shell Nouns in German Language based on German News Corpus [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Lan Wu
    Crossover Effects in English and Chinese [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 105

Session 1: [THEME] Causation in discourse and cognition: Crosslinguistic perspectives (2nd day)

Organizers: Kazuhiro Kawachi, Anja Latrouite, and Jürgen Bohnemeyer [abstract]

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Andrea Ariño-Bizarro and Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano
    Causality in Spanish [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Yen-Ting Lin
    Causality in Cognition and Language in Taiwanese Southern Min [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Kazuhiro Kawachi, Erika Bellingham, Jürgen Bohnemeyer and Sang-Hee Park
    Iconicity in usage: A cross-linguistic study of causative event descriptions [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 105

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Natalia Levshina
    Causatives of the world, unite! How efficiency can explain cross-linguistic generalizations [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Jürgen Bohnemeyer
    Predictability and informativeness in iconicity of complexity: A Gricean perspective [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Discussion

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 108

Session 1: Construction

Chair:Yoshikata Shibuya

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Hyunwoo Kim and Gyu-Ho Shin
    Effects of verb frequency and L1 transfer in L2 processing of English dative constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Kim Ebensgaard Jensen and Yoshikata Shibuya
    Variation in constructional productivity: The case of English modal constructions [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Olli O. Silvennoinen
    Not only contrastive but also mirative? Additive negation constructions in English [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 108

Session 2: Construction

Chair: Toshio Ohori

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Haowen Jiang
    Speaking of speaking: Construction-coerced change of semantic roles for verbs of speaking in Puyuma (Austronesian) [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Yvon Keromnes
    As simple as that? A corpus-based contrastive analysis of the [ADJ as NP] and related constructions in English, French and German [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Dan McColm
    Exploring recent changes to the Dutch way-construction using a web-based corpus [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 204

Session 1: Semantics

Char: Emiko Kihara

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25; Moved from Aug 8th
    Esther Serwaah Afreh and Harriet Appiah Kyeremeh
    METAPHORS OF FORMAL LEARNING, EDUCATION AND KNOWLEDGE AMONG GHANAIAN STUDENTS: THE CASE OF KNUST
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Yusuke Sugaya
    Cross-Linguistic Differences in Taking Another’s Perspective: The Case of Adjectives Production [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Yusuke Tanaka
    How Do People Understand Linguistic Empathy? The Case of Japanese Giving Verbs [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 204

Session 2: Semantics

Chair: Nathan Hamlitsch

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Thomas Poulton
    Smelling in English: From perception to description [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Katie Hoemann, Margherita de Luca and Lisa Feldman Barrett
    Network Analysis as a Means of Assessing Translatability of Emotion Words [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Mai Kumamoto
    Conceptualization of negative social emotions in French. A Behavioral Profile Approach to honte, honteux, culpabilité and coupable. [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 205

Session 1: Corpus

Chair: Laura Janda

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Mariana Montes, Dirk Geeraerts, Dirk Speelman and Kris Heylen
    Checking the adequacy of second-order vector space models of meaning [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Mayuki Matsui and Tore Nesset
    Addressing the address function: A corpus study of the Russian new vocative [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Michal Láznička and Vojtěch Janda
    Grammatical profiling of Czech nouns: what do cases tell us about nouns’ meanings [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 205

Session 2: Corpus

Chair: Sadayuki Okada

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Sugene Kim and Robert Yeates
    A corpus-based discourse analysis of the linking adverbial besides [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Sadayuki Okada
    On the rise of truncated causal adjuncts in English [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 206

Session 1: Pragmatics

Chair: Dennis Tay

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    M. Sandra Peña-Cervel and Francisco J. Ruiz de Mendoza-Ibáñez
    On hyperbolic scenarios, hyperbolic load, and the potential communicative impact of hyperbolic uses of language [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Yuichi Asai
    Onomatopoeia as Signs of Naturalness: Semiotics on the Language and Environment Nexus [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Dennis Tay
    A factor analysis of metaphor functions in psychotherapy [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 206

Session 2: Metaphor

Chair: María Sandra Pena-Cervel

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Anu Kalda and Mari Uusküla
    Culture and context in translating perception metaphors: Using eye-tracking methology in English-Estonian empirical research [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Carina Rasse
    Conceptual metaphors in poetry interpretation: A psycholinguistic approach [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    M. Sandra Peña-Cervel
    Exploring some metonymy-related figures of thought in the light of cognitive modeling [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 207

Session 1: Pragmatics

Chair: Elizabeth Riddle

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Mai Kuha, Elizabeth M. Riddle, and Mary Theresa Seig
    The Social Construction of Public “Apologies” [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Xiaoben Yuan and Aleksandra Sopina
    FRAMES, METAPHORS AND MORALITY: MULTIMODAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF THE WHALING CONFLICT [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Julien Perrez, François Randour and Min Reuchamps
    The evolution of metaphors over time: a longitudinal analysis of metaphor usage by Belgian politicians over the period 1980-2017 [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 207

Session 2: Pragmatics

Chair: Kyoko Ohara

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Qiuyan LU
    The function of theme / rheme in the French Presidential New Year Speech [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Bin Zhang
    Interaction of Metaphor and Political Frames in the Language Critique Activity “Unwort des Jahres” (the Non-Word of the Year) [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 208

Session 1: Multimodality

Chair: Sabina Tabacaru

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Min-Yi Kuo
    A Multimodality Analysis of The Taiwanese History Textbook From 1985 To 2018: The Developing Representation of Colonial Japan [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Molly Xie Pan
    A Comparative Study of Two Approaches to Metaphor Identification in Video Ads [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Kukka-Maaria Wessman
    Multimodal and verbal Finnish internet memes [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 208

Session 2: Sign language

Chair: Inez Beukeleers

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Yufuko TAKASHIMA and Eikoh KURODA
    The MEAN constructions in Japanese Sign Language: from causality to inferred evidentiality [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Lindsay Ferrara
    Linking conversational moves through pointing actions in signed language interaction [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Inez Beukeleers and Myriam Vermeerbergen
    On the role of eye gaze in depicting and enacting: A case study of Flemish Sign Language narratives [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Early morning, Room 301

Session 1: [THEME] Cross-linguistic perspectives on gesture: Recurrency as a basis for comparison

Organizers: Simon Harrison and Cornelia Müller [abstract]

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:00-09:25
    Keiko Tsuchiya
    Open hand oblique in female Japanese politicians’ speech [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 09:30-09:55
    Simon Harrison
    Exploring bodily, collaborative, and coupled contexts for recurrent gestures associated with negation: Insights from communicative events in Chinese [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:00-10:25
    Dominique Boutet, Aliyah Morgenstern, and Christophe Parisse
    A cross-linguistic approach to the formal and functional features of recurrent gestures: shrugging in 5 languages. [abstract]

August 10th (Sat) Late morning, Room 301

Session 2: [THEME] (cont.)

  • Aug 10th [Sat] 10:45-11:10
    Lopez-Ozieblo Renia
    Gesturing to indicate time in L2 speakers of English [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:15-11:40
    Lena Hotze
    Recurrent gestures and multimodal patterns in kindergarten children [abstract]
  • Aug 10th [Sat] 11:45-12:10
    Discussion w/ S. Kita