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This quantity encompasses a cautious choice of papers serious about genuine study questions about anaphoric reference, a topic of present curiosity with a variety of linguistic subdisciplines. this can be mirrored during this booklet because it methodically covers greatly invested techniques from cognitive, neurolinguistic, formal and computational views, each one contribution representing the respective ‘state of the artwork’ on a excessive theoretical and empirical point. the amount includes 3 thematic components: Anaphors in Cognitive, textual content- and Discourse Linguistics; The Syntax and Semantics of Anaphors; and Neurolinguistic experiences at the reception of anaphoric reference. The contributions examine a number of Indo-European languages.

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Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Byron, D. 2000. Semantically Enhanced Pronouns. Ms, Department of Computer Science, University of Rochester, Rochester NY. Consten, M. 2001. Indirect Anaphora and Deixis in Texts: Domain-bound reference and coherence. Poster presentation at the International Workshop on Reference, Utrecht/NL, 11th January 2001. Consten, M. 2004. Anaphorisch oder deiktisch? Zu einem integrativen Modell domänengebundener Referenz. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer. Cornish, F. 1999. Anaphora, Discourse and Understanding.

VRAI) The artist did use all his brushes. rancis Cornish The first utterance by Speaker 1 was the same in all four conditions, and introduced the predicate which evoked the targeted referent. In the explicit conditions, there was a second initial utterance which explicitly mentioned the critical argument of the predicate (whether central or peripheral) – always in subject position. The second turn of the dialogues (uttered by Speaker 2) consisted of an utterance that referred back to the target argument from Speaker 1’s turn via a non-subject pronoun.

Rancis Cornish The first utterance by Speaker 1 was the same in all four conditions, and introduced the predicate which evoked the targeted referent. In the explicit conditions, there was a second initial utterance which explicitly mentioned the critical argument of the predicate (whether central or peripheral) – always in subject position. The second turn of the dialogues (uttered by Speaker 2) consisted of an utterance that referred back to the target argument from Speaker 1’s turn via a non-subject pronoun.

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