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(p. xiii) List of Symbols and Abbreviations

(p. xiii) List of Symbols and Abbreviations

Symbols

~

negation

+>

conversationally implicate

~ +>

do not conversationally implicate

+>>

conventionally implicate

~ +>>

do not conventionally implicate

presuppose

~ ⇝

do not presuppose

||-

entail

~ ||-

do not entail

< >

Q or Horn scale

[ ]‌

I scale

{ }

M scale

K

speaker knows that

*

example sentence that follows is syntactically ill-formed or semantically anomalous

?

example utterance that follows is pragmatically anomalous

(p. xiv) Abbreviations

1

first person

2

second person

3

third person

ACC

accusative case

AD

Alzheimer’s disease

ADHD

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

AGR

agreement

ASD

autistic/autism spectrum disorder

AUX

auxiliary

CA

conversation analysis

CCSARP

Cross-Cultural Speech Act Realization Pattern

CP

cooperative principle

DA

discourse analysis

DEM

demonstrative

DET

determiner

D

distance

EBD

emotional and behavioural disorder

ERG

ergative

EXH

exhaustivity

fMRI

functional magnetic resonance imaging

FTA

face-threatening act

GCI

generalized conversational implicature

I

imformativeness

ILP

interlanguage pragmatics

L1

first language

L2

second language

LF

Logical Form

LHD

left-hemisphere damage

LOC

locative

M

manner

NEG

negative

nominative/nominalizer

NP

noun phrase

OT

optimality-theoretic

P

power

PART

particle

PCI

particularized conversational implicature

PF

Phonological Form, propositional form

PLI

pragmatic language impairment

Q

quantity

QUD

question-under-discussion

R

relation, absolute ranking

RHD

right-hemisphere damage

RT

relevance theory

SLA

second-language acquisition

SLI

specific language impairment

TBI

traumatic brain injury

TCU

turn-constructional unit

ToM

theory of mind

UC

unarticulated constituent

VP

verb phrase

The abbreviations used in the glosses of the original sources and texts are retained, except for those that have been altered for the sake of uniformity. For abbreviations that are non-conventional, language-specific, and/or idiosyncratic, consult the original examples and texts. (p. xvi)