UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


Contents of UCLWPL 21 (2009)

Edited by Kate Scott & Beata Zacharska
Semantics and Pragmatics
Nicholas Allott and Hiroyuki UchidaNatural language indicative conditionals are classical
Robyn CarstonRelevance theory: contextualism or pragmaticism?
Ingrid Lossius FalkumA pragmatic solution to the polysemy paradox
Thiago N GaleryObject individuation and identity in cognition
Alison Hall‘Free’ enrichment and the nature of pragmatic constraints
Josie O'DonoghueIs a metaphor (like) a simile? Differences in meaning, effects and processing
Kate ScottA procedural analysis of 'this' and 'that'
Deirdre WilsonIrony and metarepresentation
Language Acquisition
Neil ParrEarly verbs: a case of pragmatic bootstrapping?
Ad Neeleman and Hans Van De KootScope Inversion
Sam Steddy and Vieri Samek-LodoviciOn the ungrammaticality of Remnant movement in the derivation of Greenberg's Universal 20
Reiko VermeulenOn the syntactic typology of topic marking: a comparative study of Japanese and Korean