Functional and Cognitive Linguistics (grammar and typology). University of Antwerp
Cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease: motoric, cognitive and linguistic aspects of sentence production University of Antwerp
Cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease: motoric, cognitive and linguistic aspects of sentence production. University of Antwerp
The differential role of cognitive and linguistic skills in the development of reading in Arabic language KU Leuven
The proposed longitudinal study will simultaneously target the core domains of the academic skill literacy, including word reading accuracy, fluency, phonological awareness, morphological awareness. It aims to investigate literacy development of children from kindergarten to second grade in order to learn about the predictors of and risks factors for specific reading disabilities. Firstly, there should be an identification of children at risk ...
Motoric, cognitive and linguistic writing process characteristics in Alzheimer's disease: a task validity, cross-sectional and longitudinal study. University of Antwerp
Motoric, cognitive and linguistic writing process characteristics in Alzheimer's disease: A task validity, cross-sectional and longitudinal study. University of Antwerp
Prestige as explanatory factor for borrowability: A Cognitive Contact Linguistic approach. KU Leuven
Prestige as explanatory factor for borrowability: a Cognitive Contact Linguistic approach. KU Leuven
Why do the Dutch refer to their best friend as their 'soulmate' instead of their 'zielsvriend'? Why do the French use 'pipole' to talk about 'celebrities'? More generally, why do people borrow words from other languages? The two most popular answers linguists have provided are lexical gaps and prestige. It is not hard to understand the importance of lexical gaps: new objects or concepts need new names, and borrowing words is a convenient way ...
Verbal periphrases in Greek: a typological and diachronic research from cognitive- linguistic perspective Ghent University
This project researches the use of verbal periphrases in postclassical Greek, based on a corpus of early Christian biographical (narrative) texts. The project is embedded in the theory known under the umbrella term " Cognitive Linguistics". The main objectives are: (1) definition and typology (2) description of the position in the verbal system (3) description of the use in context (pragmatics),