Общероссийский академический научный журнал
“Вопросы когнитивной лингвистики”



Автор:  Коули Стивен Дж.

Организация :  Хертфордшир (Великобритания)

Аннотация :  В статье процесс натурализации языка рассматривается на основе принципа ситуативно обусловленного ориентирующего взаимодействия.

Ключевые слова :  языковой поток, вербальные структуры, сжатая информация, распределенные когнитивные системы, язык первого порядка, язык второго порядка

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