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August 7th (Wed)

August 8th (Thu)


Poster Session

August 7th (Wed)

15:30-16:50

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Shinya Hirasawa
[W01] Side by side as a preposition [abstract]

Tomoaki Hayashi
[W02] A Quantitative Perspective on Grammaticalization: The Case of Deverbal Prepositions in English [abstract]

Suhong Hu
[W03] Discourse Functions of “Ke(re)do(mo)” and “Copula+Ke(re)do(mo)” at the Left Periphery (LP) in Spoken Japanese: A Functional Expansion Perspective [abstract]

Mayu Kawakita
[W04] Relation between Japanese character types and grammaticalisation [abstract]

Mitsuko Takahashi
[W05] A Diachronic Dimension of Grammaticalization: With Historic Examples of Negative Adverbs in English and Japanese [abstract]

Tongshang Wang and Yuzhi Shi
[W06] THE EMERGENCE OF PASSIVE STRUCTURE WITH OBLIGATORY AGENT PHRASE IN CHINESE [abstract]

Tao Yu
[W07] Constructional integration in grammaticalization: A cross-linguistic study of complementizer in Mandarin and English [abstract]

ShirongXue
[W08] A COGNITIVE LINK BETWEEN QUANTIFICATION AND ASPECT: THE CASE OF CHINESE “YOUSUO” [abstract]

Corpus

Shuqiong Wu
[W10] A corpus-based study of the Chinese synonymous approximatives shangxia, qianhou and zuoyou [abstract]

Sachi Kato and Masayuki Asahara
[W11] Exploring metaphorical expressions in Japanese newspaper-article corpora [abstract]

Rei Kikuchi, Sachi Kato and Masayuki Asahara
[W12] Collecting figurative expressions using indicators and a semantic tagged Japanese corpus [abstract]

Haerim Hwang, Young Jung Hye and Hyunwoo Kim
[W13] How Do Different Processes of Speaking and Writing affect Syntactic Complexity in Child Second Language Production? [abstract]

Yin Zhong
[W14] Pleasing to the Mouth or Pleasant Personality: A corpus-based study of conceptualization of desserts in online Chinese food reviews [abstract]

Giedrė Junčytė
[W15] Middle marked intransitives and intransitives with the “complex formant” in Lithuanian: a corpus-based study [abstract]

Noriko Matsumoto
[W16] The Complex Interaction of Construal Operations: Multi-verb Sequences in World Englishes [abstract]

Siaw-Fong Chung, Meng-Chieh Lin and Chu-Wan Chen
[W17] The Chinese PAINLESS: A Corpus-based Analysis [abstract]

Acquisition

Di Zhang and Qianli Xu
[W18] A Study on Acquisition of Sentence-final Particles among Chinese-speaking Children [abstract]

Mary R. Espinosa-Ochoa
[W19] The relevance of anchoring and the duration of events in the early acquisition of Spanish verb morphology and its tense-aspect meaning [abstract]

Stefan Hartmann, Antje Quick, Ad Backus and Elena Lieven
[W20] Bilingual language acquisition from a usage-based perspective: A corpus study on the code-mixing of a German-English bilingual child [abstract]

Michael Pleyer
[W22] Perspectivation and Pretend Play in Language Acquisition: A Corpus Study [abstract]

Miho Takanashi
[W23] L1 Acquisition of Japanese Deictic Verbs Iku Meaning ‘to Go’ and Kuru Meaning ‘to Come’: Focusing on Motion Event Description [abstract]

Keiko Nakamura
[W24] The Expression of Motion Events in Japanese and English Narratives: A Developmental Approach [abstract]

Motion

Anna Bordilovskaya, Kiyoko Eguchi, Miho Mano and Yuko Yoshinari
[W25] Inter- and Intra-Typological Variations of the Representations of Complex Trajectories [abstract]

Kiyoko Eguchi, Miho Mano, Anna Bordilovskaya, Yuko Yoshinari and Yo Matsumoto
[W26] Cross-linguistic tendency of Path encoding: A production experiment of 14 different Paths in English, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, and Russian [abstract]

Teresa Molés-Cases
[W27] “The expression of Manner-of-motion in inter- and intratypological translation scenarios: a comic-based analysis” [abstract]

Chihkai Lin
[W28] Interaction of spatial prepositions ti7, tiam3 and tua3 and verbs in Taiwan Southern Min: From a corpus-based approach [abstract]

Thomas Siu Ho Yau
[W29] Conceptualization of motion event by Chinese-English Bilinguals: A study of difference between Cantonese and Mandarin [abstract]

Yu-Hui Liao
[W30] Motion Events in L2 Chinese: verbal and non-­verbal behaviour across languages [abstract]

Jiashen Qu
[W31] How Japanese and Chinese advanced learners of English found the frog: A SLA study on rhetorical style of motion events [abstract]

Applied

Kent Hill
[W32] Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Content and Language Integrated Learning through L2 Polysemous Lexis Research [abstract]

Yu-da Lai
[W33] Relation between Perception of Sound Symbolism and Effects of a Cognitive Linguistics-based Approach to Vocabulary Learning by Taiwanese EFL Learners [abstract]

Multimodality

Chenxi Niu and Alan Cienki
[W34] “How we marginalised onomatopoeia: Evidence from a multimodal study on Chinese child language” [abstract]

Evolution

Konstantina Margiotoudi, Matthias Allritz, Manuel Bohn and Friedemann Pulvermüller
[W35] Sound symbolic correspondences tested in human and non-human primates. [abstract]

Typology

Masaru Kanetani
[W36] So many ideophones in Japanese but less so in English: A three-tier model account [abstract]

Thomas Schlatter and Hsu-Hung Ke
[W37] Hidden Iconicity in Tones [abstract]

Evangelia Adamou and Yair Haendler
[W38] Nominal tense: An experimental approach [abstract]

Takako Hisayoshi
[W39] The One Lexical Argument Constraint- A Comparative Study of Japanese and Korean [abstract]

Shuo Yu
[W40] Semantic maps in typology: the case of resultative constructions [abstract]

Sociolinguistcs

Xiaoyu Tian and Weiwei Zhang
[W41] Chinese Causative Constructions with shi and ling: A Cross-variety Perspective [abstract]

Lou Hsuan Tsen
[W42] Revisiting Sex and Love in Language and Culture: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach [abstract]

Metaphor

Atreyee Mukherjee
[W43] Metonymy: Underspecification and Reduction [abstract]

Jun Wang and Chunyun Duan
[W44] Metaphor and Metonymy, which is more fundamental? [abstract]

Jiaming Yang and Meichun Liu
[W45] How metaphor and metonymy are used in Chinese and English ceramic discourse? [abstract]

Rong Zhou, Wei Zhang and Ying Cheng
[W46] The Schematic Function of Conceptual Metaphor for Discourse Comprehension in Chinese and English Contexts [abstract]

M. Irfan Perdana
[W48] WINTER IS COMING’: A CORPUS-BASED APPROACH TO SPATIOTEMPORAL METAPHORS IN ENGLISH AND INDONESIAN DISCOURSE [abstract]

Kaoru Ito
[W49] Emergence of Rhetorical Effect: Figurative Language and Systems Theory [abstract]

Ayumi Tamaru
[W50] Simile, metaphor, and their non-interchangeability: Beyond A is like B vs. A is B [abstract]


Poster Session

August 8th (Thu)

15:30-16:50

Categorization

Hongwei Zhan and Lei Sun
[T01] A Cognitive Semantic Analysis of Exteriority in Mandarin [abstract]

Motomi Kajitani
[T02] Similative Plurality and Its Related Functions: A Case of Japanese X toka [abstract]

Soumyadeep Mukherjee and Atreyee Mukherjee
[T03] Highlightedness in Conceptual System [abstract]

Cognitive grammar

Chaojun YANG
[T05] A Cognitive Study of Nominal Predicate Constructions in Mandarin [abstract]

Yang Yi and Yi-Na Wang
[T06] Evidential Perception Verbs and (Inter)subjectivity in English and Chinese [abstract]

Yasumi Soda
[T07] A Cognitive Analysis of Japanese Cause/Purpose Expressions: Contrast with English and Thai [abstract]

Taichi Tanaka and Woojin Jeong
[T08] The semantics of Japanese passives: When and why do they have adversative meanings? [abstract]

Savithry Namboodiripad
[T09] A gradient approach to flexible constituent order [abstract]

Construction

Yanping SHEN
[T10] A Study of Alternate Detachable Constructions in Chinese Idioms [abstract]

Meili Liu
[T11] On the argument realization of Mandarin Chinese inverted resultative constructions and its motivation [abstract]

Peng Wu
[T12] “The Cognitive Analysis and of the Productive Orientation of Subject-predicate Constructions in Mandarin” [abstract]

Tsi-Chuen Tsai and Hsiao-Ling Hsu
[T13] “It is important but not necessary”: Investigating but constructions in native vs non-native corpora [abstract]

Chuzhuo Sun
[T14] The Characteristic of Chinese Popular Constructions from a Cross-linguistic Perspective [abstract]

Takashi Ishida
[T15] Frame-Based Adjectives: A Proposal for the Third Type of Adjective [abstract]

Chiharu Uda Kikuta
[T16] A Diachronic Constructional Analysis of the Word Order Restriction Japanese: A Mismatch in Grammatical Constituency [abstract]

Martina Vokáčová and Eva Lehečková; cancelled
[T17] Logical metonymy constructions in Czech and Dutch [abstract]

Frame

Hsu-Hung Ke and Sean Key
[T18] Pictures of age: Multimodal frame semantics and different age stages [abstract]

Second language

Keeyoung Ko and Sun Hee Park
[T19] Constraint on case alternation in Korean ‘-ko siphta’ construction: A self-paced reading study by L1 Japanese speakers [abstract]

Rakhun Kim
[T20] Effects of L1 Typology to Performance of L2 Statistical Preemption: Korean EFL learners reject ‘The lifeguard swam the boy to the shore’ more strongly than Chinese EFL Learners [abstract]

Processing

Hiromi Tsuji
[T23] Does language interfere with mentalising? : The role of language processing during the false-belief task [abstract]

Faisal Aljasser
[T25] Root and pattern effects in the processing of spoken non-words in Arabic [abstract]

Multimodality

Yanyan Pan
[T26] Multimodal Metaphors and Metonymies in Dynamic Multimodal Discourse: A Case Study of China’s National Image Promotion Documentary [abstract]

Ewelina Prażmo
[T27] Multimodal fictive interaction in verbo-pictorial configurations [abstract]

Sign language

Benjamin Anible and Lindsay Ferrara
[T28] Depicting new referents in Norwegian Sign Language [abstract]

Kyoko Masuda and Angela Labarca
[T29] Developing conceptualization of JSL difficult aspect items through a Cognitive Linguistics – Sociocultural Theory approach [abstract]

Semantics

Ruben Polo-Sherk
[T30] Basics of a Theory of the Expression of Thought in Language [abstract]

Cheng Qian
[T31] An Ontology-based Cognitive Model of the Mental Lexicon [abstract]

Haruka Shimura, Naoaki Wada and Hiroko Wakamatsu
[T32] The indefinite use of the Present Perfect Progressive and its emotional effects [abstract]

Translation

Ming LIU and Zhongkui WANG
[T33] A Relevance-Theoretic Approach to Mistranslation [abstract]

Pragmatics

Ludivine Crible and Vera Demberg
[T34] Production and perception of underspecified connectives: the effect of genre [abstract]

Shihong Zhou
[T35] Confirmation/agreement Seeking in Talk-in-interaction with special reference to the interrogative particle “HAO” (嚎) in northeastern Mandarin Chinese [abstract]

Minoru Yamaizumi
[T36] A Cognitive-pragmatic Account of Specificational Sentences [abstract]

Shun KUDO
[T37] The Interpersonal Function of the Japanese Teen Slang Mazi manzi [abstract]

Nami Arimitsu
[T38] In-out orientation for expressing the self and others in Japanese: a case of “uchi” vs. “soto” [abstract]

Rie Mukai
[T39] A Cognitive Linguistic Approach to Ma in Japanese Haiku [abstract]

Ekaterina Rakhilina and Polina Bychkova
[T40] Linguistic Means for Marking Speech Acts: Discourse Formulae [abstract]

Mai Kuha and Elizabeth M. Riddle
[T41] Apologies by Individual Citizens for Political Situations [abstract]

Metaphor

Yuting Xu
[T42] Corpus-based Comparative Study of PLANT Metaphor in English and Chinese [abstract]

Brian Birdsell, Natsuko Tatsuta and Hiroaki Nakamura
[T43] Curiosity is [image]: A crosslinguistic analysis of metaphor production and interpretation using a multimodal task [abstract]

Hsiao-Ling Hsu, Huei-Ling Lai and Jyi-Shane Liu
[T44] ECONOMY metaphors in political discourse [abstract]

Pongbodin Amarinthnukrowh and Yanin Sawanakunanon
[T45] “The way we corrupt”: an experimental approach to metaphorical framing [abstract]

Aleksandra Sopina, Elaine Sigette, Fábio Krykhtine, Xiaoben Yuan and Aleksandr Volosiuk
[T46] Metaphor Interpretation: a Quest for Cross-cultural Variation [abstract]

Youngju Choi, Euisan Kim and Yeseul Jeong
[T47] How do Mirror Images in Editorial Cartoons Reflect the SELF Metaphor? [abstract]

Yanan Jin
[T48] A Synchronic Comparative Analysis of Emotion Metaphors of 悲 (bei) /SADNESS in Chinese and German memorial texts [abstract]