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Developing Temporal Systems

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The Spanish Verbs Estar (To Be) and Ser (To Be) in Child-Directed Speech

española. Las construcciones sintácticas fundamentales. Relaciones temporales, aspectuales y modales (pp. 2359–2523). Madrid: Espasa. Hamblin, C. L. (1973). Questions in Montague English. Foundations of Language , 10 (1), 41–53. doi: 10.1007/sl0624-005-2562-y Hanks, W. F. (1990). Referential practice: Interaction and space among the Mayas . Chicago: Chicago University Press. Hernández Pina, F. (1984). Teorías psico-sociolingüísticas y su aplicación a la adquisición del español como lengua materna [ Psycho-sociolinguistic theories and their

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Developing Theory of Mind Twenty-Five Years After the Publication of “Z Badań Nad Kompetencją Komunikacyjną Dziecka” (Edited by B. Bokus and M.Haman)

. Psychological Science , 9 (2), 131–134. Hughes, C., & Leekam, S. (2004). What are the links between theory of mind and social relations? Review, reflections and new directions for studies of typical and atypical development. Social Development , 13 (4), 590–619. Hyde, D. C., Aparicio Betancourt, M., & Simon, C. E. (2015). Human temporal- parietal junction spontaneously tracks others' beliefs: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Human Brain Mapping , 36 (12), 4831–4846. Hyde, D. C., Simon, C. E., Ting, F., & Nikolaeva, J. I. (2018). Functional

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Levels of Coordination in Early Semantic Development

-tld: Tracking-learning-detection applied to faces. In Image Processing (ICIP), 2010 17th IEEE International Conference on (pp. 3789–3792). IEEE. Kaye, K. (1979). Thickening thin data: the maternal role in developing communication and language. In M. Bullowa (Ed.), Before speech. The beginning of interpersonal communication (pp. 191–206). Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. Kaye, K., & Fogel, A. (1980). The temporal structure of face-to-face communication between mothers and infants. Developmental Psychology , 16 (5), 454–464. doi:10

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Whorfian potential in child language

words. Cognitive psychology, 92, 87-100. Tulving, E. (1985). How many memory systems are there? American Psychologist, 40, 385-398. Ünal, E. & Papafragou, A. (2016). Interactions between language and mental representations. Language Learning, 66(3), 554-580. Van Valin, R. D. (2005). The syntax-semantics-pragmatics interface: An introduction to Role and Reference Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Weist, R.M. (1991). Spatial and temporal location in child language. First Language, 11, 253

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The Dialogical Self: Research and Applications

, S., Sosnowska, K., Talik, W., & Wróbel, M. (2010). Wewnętrzna aktywność dialogowa i jej psychologiczne korelaty [Internal dialogical activity and its psychological correlates]. Czasopismo Psychologiczne , 16, 113-127. Oleś P. K., Brygoła E., & Sibińska M. (in print). Temporal Dialogues and Their Influence on Affective States and Meaning of Life. International Journal of the Dialogical Science. Oleś, P. K. & Hermans, H. J. M. (2008). The Dialogical Self: Between Exchange and Dominance. Lecture at The X

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Humor as interactional affordances: an ecological perspective on humor in social interaction

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In adopting new theoretical advancements within linguistics and ecological psychology, this paper investigates humor from an ecological perspective in naturally occurring social interaction. In doing so, it is claimed that the notions of language as coordination and values-realizing can provide a new understanding of humor as it appears in human interaction. This argument will be unfolded as a rethinking of Wallace Chafe’s notion of nonseriousness (Chafe, 2007) that re-conceptualizes Chafe’s idea of a ‘mental state’ of nonseriousness in terms of interactional affordances and values realizing. This perspective is laid out in in-depth analyses of video recordings of two real-life examples from different settings: two siblings playing and a sequence from a couple-therapy session. It is claimed that both examples of interactional humor can be explained by re-conceptualizing humor as a distinct way of being together. Thus, the emergence of humor is enabled by a shift in the coordinative dynamics rather than by a transfer of semantic ‘content’ from a speaker to a hearer. Finally, humor is investigated as a temporal phenomenon integrating immediate ’here-and-now’ environmental features with socio-cultural expectations on a longer time-scale. In this way humor is viewed as a particular type of values-realizing activity that constrains our actions, re-directs our attention, and thereby enables us to act in a more playful and joyous manner.

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A blended quantitative-ethnographic method for describing vocal sonification in dance coaching

. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, 285. Burrell, S. (1995). Tune into “show and tell”. First Teacher, 16(1), 12-13. Butler, E. A. (2011). Temporal interpersonal emotion systems: The “TIES” that form relationships. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 15(4), 367-393. Cesari, P., Camponogara, I., Papetti, S., Rocchesso, D., & Fontana, F. (2014). Might as well jump: Sound affects muscle activation in skateboarders. PloS One, 9(3), e90156. Chollet, D., Madani, M., & Micallef, J. P. (1992). Effects of two types of

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Clustering and Switching Strategies During the Semantic Fluency Task in Men with Frontal Lobe Lesions and in Men with Schizophrenia

. Neuropsychology , 11, 138-146. Troyer, A.K., Moscovitch, M., Winocur, G., Alexander, M.P., & Stuss, D. (1998). Clustering and switching on verbal fluency: The effects of focal frontal- and temporal-lobe lesions. Neuropsychologia , 36, 499-504. Weiss, E.M., Ragland, J.D., Brensinger, C.M., Bilker, W.B., Deisenhammer, E.A., Delazer, M. (2006). Sex differences in clustering and switching in verbal fluency tasks. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society , 12, 502-509. Woods, S.P., Conover, E., Rippeth, J.D., Carey, C

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Meaning Emergence in the Ecology of Dialogical Systems

). Interactivity in health care: bodies, values and dynamics. Language Sciences , 34 (5), 532–542. Pedersen, S.B. (2015). The Cognitive Ecology of Human Errors in Emergency Medicine: An Interactivity-Based Approach. (Ph.D.-afhandling) . Odense: University of Southern Denmark. Pedersen, S.B. & Steffensen, S.V. (2014). Temporal Dynamics in Medical Visual Systems. Cybernetics & Human Knowing, 21 (1–2), 143–157. Perry, M. (2010). Socially distributed cognition in loosely coupled systems. Ai & Society , 25 (4), 387–400. Rączaszek-Leonardi, J. (2011

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