10 October 2016

Langage et Cognition

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De Wit, A. (2016), ‘The relation between aspect and inversion in English‘. English Language and Linguistics 20(1): 107-128.

De Wit, A. & Brisard, F (2014), ‘Zero verb marking in Sranan‘. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 29(1): 1-48.

De Wit, A. & Brisard, F. (2014). ‘A Cognitive Grammar account of the semantics of the English present progressive’, Journal of Linguistics 50(1): 49-90.

Deliens, G., Antoniou, K., Clin, E., Ostashchenko, E., Kissine, M. (2018) Context, facial expression and prosody in irony processing, Journal of Memory and Language 99: 35-48.

Deliens, G., Papastamou, F., Ruytenbeek, N., Geelhand, P., & Kissine, M. (2018) Selective Pragmatic Impairment in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Indirect Request Versus Irony’, Journal of Autism and Development Disorders, 48: 1-15.

Deliens, G., Antoniu K., Clin E. & Kissine M., (2017), Perspective-taking and frugal strategies: Evidence from sarcasm detection, Journal of Pragmatics, 119, 33-45

Deliens, G., Stercq, F., Mary, A., Slama, H., Cleeremans, A., Peigneux, P., & Kissine, M. (2015). ‘Impact of acute sleep deprivation on sarcasm detection’, PlosOne, 10(11).

Rossi, D., Dominicy, M., & Kolinsky, R. (2015). ‘The inference of affective meanings: an experimental study’, Language and Cognition 7, pp. 351-370.

Dominicy, M. (2011). Poétique de l’évocation. Paris: Classiques Garnier.

Dominicy, M. (2010). ‘Les sources cognitives de la théorie du complot: La causalité et les faits’, in E. Danblon & L. Nicolas (Eds.), Les rhétoriques de la conspiration. Paris: CNRS Éditions, pp. 119-132.

Dominicy, M. (2009). ‘Discourse evocation: its cognitive foundations and its role in speech and texts’, in P. De Brabanter & M. Kissine (Eds.), Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models (pp. 179-210). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.

Kissine, M., Cano-Chervel, J., Carlier, S., De Brabanter, P., , Ducenne, L., Pairon, M-C., Deconinck, N., Delvenne V. et Leybaert, J. (2015). ‘Children with Autism Understand Indirect Speech Acts : Evidence from a Semi-Structured Act-Out Task’, PLosOne 10(11).

Kissine, M. et Klein, O. (2013). ‘Models of communication, epistemic trust and epistemic vigilance’, in J. P. Forgas, O.  Vincze, J. László (Eds.), Social Cognition and Communication. New York: Psychology Press, pp. 139–154.

Kissine, M. (2012). ‘Pragmatics, cognitive flexibility and autism spectrum disorders’, Mind and Language 28, pp. 1–28.

Kissine, M., De Brabanter, P. & Leybaert, J. (2012). ‘Compliance with requests by children with autism: the impact of sentence-type’, Autism, 16(5): 523-531.

Ruytenbeek, N., Ostashchenko E. & Kissine M. (2017) Indirect request processig, sentence type and illocutionary forces, Journal of Pragmatics, 119, 46-62

Ruytenbeek, N. (2016). ‘The Comprehension of Indirect Requests: Previous Work and Future Directions’, in Depraetere I. and R. Salkie (Eds.), Semantics and Pragmatics: Drawing a Line. Amsterdam: Springer.