Applied Psycholinguistics. Positive effects and ethical perspectives: Volume I
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Susanna Annese, Ilaria Anzoise, Janusz Arabski, Annalisa Baicchi, Louis Begioni, Clara Maria Benedetti, Eleonora Brivio, Matteo Cantamesse, Antonio Joao Carvalho Ribeiro, Maria Catricalà, Amelia Maria Cava, Francesca Cilento-Ibarra, Michela Cortini, Gianvito D'Aprile, Paolo Della Putta, Silvia Dell'Orco, Rose Filazzola, Onici Claro Flores, Rosangela Gabriel, Carlo Galimberti, Annarita Guidi, Sarter Heidemarie, Rossitsa Kyuchoukova, Maria Beatrice Ligorio, Feldia Fedela Loperfido, Rosita Maglie, Marcus Maia, Mauro Maldonato, Terri Mannarini, Denise Milizia, José Morais, Maria-Alice Parente, Mariacristina Petillo, Susan Petrilli, Sandra Petroni, Maria-da-Graça L.C. Pinto, Diane Ponterotto, Lilian Cristine Scherer, Leonor Scliar-Cabral, Maity Siqueira, Tatiana Slama-Cazacu, Victoria Sportelli, Mara Springer, Stefania Stame, Annarita Taronna, Lauren Tonietto, Marta Traetta, Natalia Ufimtseva, Frans H. van Eemeren, Aline Villavicencio, Riccardo Giorgio Zuffo
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pp. 468,      1a edizione  2012   (Codice editore 1240.370)

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In breve
Applied psycholinguistics is a scientific domain where scholars aim at illustrating how research can encourage communication processes among people, groups and cultures. This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the IX Congress of the International Association of Applied Psycholinguistics and suggests new possible interdisciplinary routes in the field, since it takes into account the ethical ties and the moral expectations related to human discursive practices.
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Applied psycholinguistics is a scientific domain where scholars aim at illustrating how research can encourage communication processes among people, groups and cultures. This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at the IX Congress of the International Association of Applied Psycholinguistics (Isapl) which was hosted by the University of Bari (Italy), and suggests new possible interdisciplinary routes in the field, since it takes into account the ethical ties and the moral expectations related to human discursive practices.
The volume assembles key note addresses by the Isapl honorary presidents, Tatiana Slama Cazacu and Leonor Scliar Cabral and the plenary lectures by some of the main international scholars in the field both of psycholinguistics and other sciences of language: Janusz Arabski, José Morais, Heidemarie Sarter, Natalia Ufimtseva, Frans Van Eemeren, Augusto Ponzio and Susan Petrilli. This section is further enriched by the roundtable sessions which have focused on the discussion of specific research questions, such as psycholinguistic research in the workplace, psycholinguistics and the use of rhetorical figures, psycholinguistics and persuasion, psycholinguistics and intersubjectivity.

Giuseppe Mininni is Full Professor of Psychology of Communication at Bari University. He has been a founder of International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics and his main interests of research concern dialogue, argumentation and metaphor in mass media communication.
Amelia Manuti is Assistant Professor in work and organizational Psychology at the University of Bari. Her main research interests include the relation between sense making processes and discursive practices within the organizational context according to a critical approach.

Indice


In memoriam of the ISAPL founder
Giuseppe Mininni , In the beginning was the context
Plenary lectures
Tatiana Slama-Cazacu, Psycholinguistic research against malignant communication: On Intoxication
Leonor Scliar-Cabral, Positive effects of Psycholinguistic and Neuroscience findings today
José Morais, Dyslexia and poor reading: Cognitive and ethical issues
Heidemarie Sarter, Language and Emotion
Natalia Ufimtseva, Culture as a system of consciousness
Frans H. van Eemeren, Strategic Manoeuvring in Argumentative Discourse
Janusz Arabski , New Perspectives on Gender Differences in Language Acquisition and Learning
Susan Petrilli, Augusto Ponzio,
Semioethics and Communication
Plenary Roundtable - Prof. Tatiana Slama-Cazacu: Scientist, Teacher, Humanist
Leonor Scliar-Cabral , The dynamic-contextual method for understanding Fernando Pessoa
Stefania Stame
, On Slama-Cazacu's "context" and other recontextualized contexts
Maria-da-Graça L.C. Pinto
, My very first contact with Prof. Dr. Tatiana Slama-Cazacu: Porto, 1983
Diane Ponterotto,
Current questions in cognitive linguistics and the heritage of applied psycholinguistics
Rossitsa Kyuchoukova , The formation of bilingual personalities through an integrated approach
Symposium - The dialogical building of intersubjectivity in online contexts: Methodological approaches and application fields
Feldia Fedela Loperfido, Maria Beatrice Ligorio, Chronotopes and polyphony as discursive tools to collaboratively build I-positioning
Carlo Galimberti, Eleonora Brivio, Matteo Cantamesse, Francesca Cilento-Ibarra,
Construction of Intersubjectivity in psychosocial interactions
Marta Traetta, Susanna Annese,
Intersubjectivity in group contexts: Discursive reformulations as dialogical device
Symposium - Applied Psycholinguistics at work: Communicative interactions in the workplace
Amelia Manuti, Giuseppe Mininni , Applying psycholinguistics to organizational research: Identity and change management
Gianvito D'Aprile, Terri Mannarini
, The psychosocial dimensions and correlates of Corporate Social Responsibility
Michela Cortini, Riccardo Giorgio Zuffo,
Opportunities and risks of organizational weblogs: preliminary considerations
Workshop - The attraction of words: Teaching the languages of persuasion
Annarita Taronna, How to approach persuasion in advertising across languages: Exploring semantic universals vs. culture-specifics, creative vs. traditional models
Rosita Maglie,
(Ad)diction to Fashion from a Trans-Linguistic/Cultural and Visual Perspective
Carlaina Brown, Rose Filazzola, Victoria Sportelli,
Authentic scientific texts: A persuasive tool in English for Science and Technology
Paper session - Power and Manipulation
Maria Catricalà, Annarita Guidi , The semantic motivation of idioms in written advertising: A case study from English as a Foreign Language
Amelia Maria Cava,
A corpus-based approach in Science
Denise Milizia , How to get the message across: A corpus-driven analysis of political discourse
Mariacristina Petillo,
Representing Apulia in English and Italian tourism texts: A linguistic and cultural overview
Victoria Sportelli
, The Power of Pictorial Persuasion in English for Science and Technology
Symposium - Language and cognition: Speech and reading processing
Rosangela Gabriel, Lilian Cristine Scherer, Onici Claro Flores , Reading comprehension performance according to age and education level
Onici Claro Flores,
Reading and textual implicits: How children aged six to eleven years old read
Lauren Tonietto, Aline Villavicencio, Maity Siqueira, Maria-Alice Parente,
An investigation of verb semantic development in Brazilian children
Symposium - Consciousness of language and language of consciousness
Mauro Maldonato, Silvia Dell'Orco, On the language of consciousness. Unawareness, decisions and rationality
Ilaria Anzoise,
Symbolization and collective representations
Mara Springer, Consciousness and Language. Edelman's Neural Darwinism versus Chomskyan Cognitivism
Symposium - Psycholinguistic dimensions of Portoguese: Coreference, garden-path sentemces, text comprehension and bilinguism
Marcus Maia, The processing of causative alternation structures by Karaja/Portuguese bilinguals
Antonio João Carvalho Ribeiro,
Good-enough comprehension of brazilian portuguese garden-path sentences
Symposium - Conceptualising movement: A cross linguistic/cross cultural perspective on motion verbs
Diane Ponterotto, Conceptualizing movement: A cognitive and cross-linguistic perspective on motion verbs
Diane Ponterotto,
Metaphorical aspects of motion verbs: A contrastive view of English and Italian
Annalisa Baicchi
, Ception and the Connected Cognitive Entity. The case of motion events
Louis Begioni
, Temps opératif et opérations mémorielles du langage en psychomécanique: vers de nouvelles perspectives théoriques
Clara Maria Benedetti,
Moving with difficulty while creating a path: The English Way-construction
Paolo Della Putta,
The activation of the sensorimotor system during perception of motion verbs: The role of the mirror neuron system
Sandra Petroni
, Moving through Electronic Space: The Role of Metaphor in ICT Discourse


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