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Advice Giving in Psychotherapy  

Changmin Duan, Sarah Knox, and Clara E. Hill

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Jul 2018
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May 2018
Advice giving in psychotherapy has been an area of interest for theorists and practitioners for a long time. However, clear and distinct answers to questions concerning the role of advice ... More

Advice Recipients: The Psychology of Advice Utilization  

Lyn M. Van Swol, Jihyun Esther Paik, and Andrew Prahl

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Jul 2018
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May 2018
This chapter examines the psychology of advice recipients, focusing on research predominantly conducted using the Judge Advisor System, in which a participant “judge” receives advice from ... More

Assessing the Language Skills of African American English Child Speakers: Current Approaches and Perspectives  

Toya A. Wyatt

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Jul 2015
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Aug 2015
The purpose of this chapter is to provide an overview of current as well as past special education regulations, litigation, professional association guidelines, clinical models, and best ... More

Bilingualism and Child Phonology  

Conxita Lleó

The present article poses some fundamental questions related to bilingualism and to the acquisition of two phonological components, by very young children. It discusses different types of ... More

Can Prototype Representations Support Composition And Decomposition?  

Lila R. Gleitman, Andrew C. Connolly, and Sharon Lee Armstrong

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Feb 2012
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Sep 2012
This article reviews two kinds of experimental evidence from laboratories that challenge the adequacy of prototypes for representing human concepts. First, experiments suggesting that ... More

Case in Language Production  

Alissa Melinger, Thomas Pechmann, and Sandra Pappert

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Nov 2008
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Sep 2012
Speech production involves the transformation of a to-be-expressed idea, or message, into lexical and grammatical content. Given the generally recognised separation of functional and ... More

Case in Lanuge Comprehension  

Markus Bader and Monique Lamers

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Nov 2008
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Sep 2012
Research on human language comprehension has been heavily influenced by properties of the English language. Since case plays only a minor role in English, its role for language ... More

Comparative Syntax and Language Disorders  

Arhonto Terzi

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Oct 2008
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Sep 2012
This article examines the relation between the study of comparative syntax and language disorders. It aims to demonstrate ways in which research on impaired language interacts with ... More

Connectionism, Dynamical Cognition, and Non-Classical Compositional Representation  

Terry Horgan

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Feb 2012
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Sep 2012
This article addresses the issue of compositionality of mental representations from the perspective of a foundational framework for cognitive science. The dynamical cognition framework (DC ... More

Experimental and Psycholinguistic Approaches  

Harald Baayen

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Sep 2014
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Mar 2015
This chapter provides a critical overview of experimental and computational research on the processing and representation of derived words. It begins with an introductory section ... More

How the Other Half Thinks: The Psychology of Advising  

Hayley Blunden and Francesca Gino

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Jul 2018
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May 2018
This chapter integrates research on advice interactions, motivations for advising, and the psychological consequences of serving in an advisor role to develop a more comprehensive ... More

Language Pathology  

Ianthi Tsimpli, Maria Kambanaros, and Kleanthes Grohmann

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Dec 2016
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Feb 2017
Universal Grammar (UG) denotes the species-specific faculty of language, presumed to be invariant across individuals. Over the years, it has shrunk from a full-blown set of principles and ... More

Lying and Psychology  

Matthias Gamer and Kristina Suchotzki

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Lying is a very complex behavior, occurring in different forms and situations. It requires the liar not only to constantly keep the perspective of the to-be-deceived person in mind, but at ... More

Lying and Self-Deception  

Kathi Beier

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Given the definitions of lying and self-deception, it would be wrong to understand self-deception as lying to oneself. It seems, however, that any definition of self-deception gives rise ... More

Lying in Social Psychology  

Bella M. DePaulo

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
The social psychology of lying addresses some of the most fundamental questions about deception: How often do people lie? Why do they lie? To whom to they tell their lies? Do particular ... More

Lying, Testimony, and Epistemic Vigilance  

Eliot Michaelson

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Nov 2018
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Dec 2018
Knowledge, it is commonly assumed, can be and often is transmitted via testimony. How exactly this takes place, however, is a matter of controversy. One common thought is that, in order to ... More

The Phonetics and Phonology of Bilingualism  

Miguel Simonet

This chapter provides a selective overview of recent research on the phonetics and phonology of bilingualism. The central idea put forth in the chapter is that, in bilingualism and ... More

The Processing Consequences of Compositionality  

Giosuè Baggio, Michiel van Lambalgen, and Peter Hagoort

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Feb 2012
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Sep 2012
Compositionality remains effective as an explanation of cases in which processing complexity increases due to syntactic factors only. It falls short of accounting for situations in which ... More

Processing Efficiency and Complexity in Typological Patterns  

John A. Hawkins

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Nov 2010
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Sep 2012
This article provides a research programme in which typological patterns are ultimately explained in terms of language processing and use. It presents three general organizing principles ... More

Processing Sentences in Japanese  

Edson T. Miyamoto

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Nov 2008
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Sep 2012
This article reviews the research investigating how sentences are processed in Japanese, reporting a controversy involving head-final languages and summarizing related experimental results ... More

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