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IX International Conference Language, Culture and Mind

University of Almería

 

Monday 4 July 2022

 

19:00

Informal Welcome

20:00

Tour and Tapas

 

Tuesday 5 July 2022

 

9:00-10:00

Conference Check In (Health Sciences Building Hall)

10:00-10:30

 

Inauguration Ceremony (Sala de Conferencias)

 

10:30-11:30

 

Plenary: Prof. Vittorio Gallese (University of Parma, Italy)

“Narrative as body. Embodied simulation and its relationship with fiction”

 

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

12:00-12:30

PARK, E.

Flourishing EFL Language Learning and Teaching through Technology Use

 

GHOSH & PAUL

LOVE is WATER, LOVE is SKY: Conceptual Metaphor analysis of love in Bangla

 

 

12:30-13:00

CUÉLLAR    

Multimodality in Teaching English as a Second Languagein Spanish Higher Education Institutions: Ted-Ed lessons and coursera vs Blackbaord

 

GEORGIOU

Extensive use of militaristic and alarming language during the COVID-19 era by the media can negatively impact public health

SKRYNNIKOVA

Communicating risks of climate change through metaphors

 

PLOUMIDI

Consonant deletions in child Greek

 

13:00-13:30

MELLADO

The effects of working memory on digital L2 writing

 

IBÁÑEZ

On the use of Covid-19-related terms in Twitter in Spanish and in English during the strict lockdown periods of February to April 2020: A sociolinguistic comparative    analysis based on computational lexical tools.

AUGÉ

The depiction of the global and national impacts of climate change in international discourse: Are we in the “same boat”?

 

MENDOZA, MARTÍN & MORENO-NÚÑEZ

Interacciones triádicas tempranas durante el primer año de vida: Análisis descriptivo de sus componentes  musicales.

 

13:30-14:00

BRANNON

Code-Switching, Emotion, and the Body in Spanish and English in Mexico and the United States

 

PARK, J.

The meaning of ideophones in Korean newspaper headlines

 

TEICH, LEAL & JOST

The Metaphorical Etymological Network Structure of the English Language

 

PADRINO BOLAÑOS & MORENO-NÚÑEZ

Longitudinal analysis of musicality in early triadic interactions

 

14:00-16:00

 

Lunch break

 

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Room 9

16:00-16:30

CIFONE

Exploring cultural conceptualizations in EFL textbooks

PAREDES

Effects of discursive presentational variables on the comprehension of scientific texts

 

STRIEDL

Do German, English and French speakers differ systematically in their conceptualisations of landscape?

MASTROFINI

On Light Nouns: A cognitive and cultural analysis in English and Italian

 

MA & SINHA

Event-based time in archaic Chinese scripts

 

16:30-17:00

HUANG        

Corn and Corn Pollen in a Traditional Navajo Ceremony: Metaphors and Language Learning

 

MARTÍNEZ

Storyworld possible selves and hybrid mental reference in narrative discourse: The subjectification funtion of evidential seem

 

ZHOU, MUSOLFF & HIJAZO-GASCÓN

The Conceptualisations of ‘Old Age’ in English and Chinese

 

PÁEZ

The Architecture of Information Structure: Nesting propositions, degrees of focus, and iconicity in multimodal expressions

 

SINHA & MA

The meaning of the metonymy ‘the west’: history, culture, politics

 

17:00-17:30

LOPEZ-OZIEBLO, ALHMOUD & NOGUEROLES

Teaching the Spanish marker ‘se’: Gesture-enriched content and conceptual processing in online learning.

 

MÁRMOL

Exploring intersemiotic convergence in online newspapers: A cognitivemultimodal approach

 

SUÁREZ CAMPOS

Comparing conceptual metaphor and metonymy for ANGER in Spanish and Bulgarian

 

STARKO

Sensory experience in categorization: The verbal prefix za– in Ukrainian, Polish, and Russian

 

GONTIER & JIMÉNEZ

The constructive role of linguistic and conceptual metaphors and visual diagrams in cosmology and cosmography formation

17:30-18:00

KOSMALA

Touching the table as an interactional resource: Haptic feedback in the midst of French students’ conversations

 

 

PÉREZ VARGAS

La interdisciplinariedad de la metáfora conceptual: Hacia             una afirmación de la relación entre lenguaje y cognición

 

CERQUEGLINI

The vertical axis in Traditional aṣ-Ṣāniʿ Arabic: Language, cognition, and culture

 

ARIÑO-BIZARRO & IBARRETXE-ANTUÑANO

Culture or language? That’s the question in the attribution of causal responsibility in Spanish

18:00-18:30

 

Coffee break

 

18:30-19:30

 

Plenary: Arie Verhagen (Leiden University, The Netherlands)

TitleIcons of symbols: sign theory and the sources of perspectivization in discourse”

 

21:00

 

Flamenco Dinner and Performance  (Peña Flamenca El Morato)

(PREVIOUS REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

 

 

Wednesday 6th July 2022

 

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

9:00-9:30

OSORIO & DAOUSSI

Gestualidad y estructuración rítmica en Francés L2: Enfoque verbo-tonal

 

TAXÉN

On the Dialectics between Contextualizing and Context

 

DROZDZ & TARASZKA-DROZDZ

The world through the vegetable prism – a comparative study of English, Polish, and French

 

SCHNELL

Language in multimodal interaction – Context aware interpretation in verbal and visual modalities – a cognitive pragmatic approach

9:30-10:00

GARCÍA TERCERO

Pensar para hablar en alemán como lengua extranjera: Implicaciones didácticas de la adposición entlang y de la expresión de cruce de fronteras

DÍAZ-PERALTA

Metáfora y marcos culturales cognitivos en el discurso político de los medios de comunicación

 

ESBRÍ-BLASCO

Analyzing metaphorical extensions of cooking terms: A frame-basedapproach

 

POULTON & HILL

Linguistic descriptions and cultural models of olfaction in Umpila and English

 

10:00-10:30

ACHIPIS

Sobre el simbolismo sonoro sinestésico y convencional en adolescentes hablantes bilingües del español y el inglés del Montessori British School de Bogotá siguiendo los registros escritos de las encuestas virtuales

PIÑERO

Estrategias léxicas para la construcción de la identidad ideológica en el discurso político español: El caso del sustantivo gente

 

ÁVILA MUÑOZ

Categorías conceptuales compartidas de los estudiantes andaluces: Una aproximación léxico-cognitiva

 

SALZINGER

Can’t touch this – Figurative language and embodiment in warm and cold smells

 

10:30-11:00

SÁIZ & CASTILLO

Aprendizaje experiencial de la lengua en contextos de desplazamiento

SALDAÑA

Textos emocionalmente multivalentes

 

LAGO CAAMAÑO

Alimentación y malestar en el léxico disponible del gallego

 

ROSENQVIST

Seeing with Color: Insights from Psychophysics

 

 

11:00-11:30

 

Coffee break

 

 

11:30-12:30

 

 

Plenary: Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano (University of Zaragoza) (Sala de Conferencias)

“Much more than sense perception”

 

 

12-30-13:30

 

General Assembly (Sala de Conferencias)

 

13:30-16:00

Lunch break

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

16:00-16:30

TIAN & KE

A diachronic study of social evaluation towards women in Chines eco-referential appositive construction

DABROWSKA, PASCUAL, MACÍAS & LLOMPART

Literacy-related effects on individual mental grammars

 

RUSEVA

On time-perception according to Yogasūtra, Yogasūtrabhāṣya, and Buddhist Yogācāra momentariness doctrine

TZIMOPOULOU, HARTMAN & PARADIS

Participant descriptions of everyday sounds: The case of verb constructions

16:30-17:00

PALIICHUK

A transportation effect of sensory human trafficking storytelling

 

FERNÁNDEZ

Mindshaping and Depression: An evolutionary perspective

 

DA SILVA SINHA & KAMAIURÁ

Hands, fingers and toes: Embodied numerical systems in Awetý and Kamaiurá

BAGLI

“Love’s sweet voice is calling”: A figurative account of taste-sound Intrafield expressions

 

17:00-17:30

BISCETTI

Detecting socio-cultural change through linguistic choices: The case of the Advice for the Cure of the Plague by the Royal College of Physicians of London (1636 vs 1665 editions)

COLAS, KARCH, CARTA, MOULIN-FRIER& OUDEYER

Towards a Vygotskian Autotelic Artificial Intelligence:
The Internalization of Cognitive Tools from Rich Socio-Cultural Worlds

SCHRÖDER

Multisensory conceptualizations of time in intercultural
communication: A cognitive-interactional approach

 

GALAC & ZAYNIEV

Paths of linguistic synesthesia across cultures: A contrastive analysis of cross-sensory metaphors in Europe and Central Asia

 

17:30-18:00

ZHENGHUA

Multifactorial analysis on the choosing of correspondence strategies of “dajia” in English

 

VIERA

Technologies of language and communication used by children with cerebral palsy

 

ILLÁN

Beyond time and space: Emergent meanings in spatiotemporal metaphors

 

BEEKHUIZEN

Expressive variation: A comparative perspective on lexis and praxis

 

 

18:00-18:30

 

Coffee break

 

 

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

18:30-19:00

ALMEIDA

“Strawberry Fields forever” and Almeria: Untangling a metonymical-metaphorical web of embodied representations

BELÍO-APAOLAZA

Aproximación cognitiva a los gestos emblemáticos

 

KEZIC

Fictive motion revisited: The case of going un-V-en and going without NP

 

FULTNER

“Breathe Into Your Back Body”: Sensory Experience and Communication in Yoga

 

19:00-19:30

DOMÍNGUEZ & GOTOPO

Semantics, cognition and metaphtonymy in Yanesha medicinal phytonyms

 

CASTRO-PRIETO & JIMÉNEZ-CASTRO

Lexical representation of emotions in tourism discourse

 

LESUISSE

Mind the manner: Exploring Dutch, French and English non-verbal conceptualization of static locative events

 

SILVESTRE-LÓPEZ

Conceptual metaphors in pedagogical meditation discourse

 

19:30-20:00

MALCA & DOMÍNGUEZ

Name signs in Peruvian Sign Language 1: Construction, metonymy, and typology

 

DICHTER

Phenomenal Concepts for A Posteriori Physicalists

 

RHEE & EOM

Functional competition and complementation among             multiple forms: The case of layered Korean terminatives

 

SILVESTRE-LÓPEZ, PINAZO,SANZ-TAUS, ARAHUETE, PÉREZ-DÍAZ & BARRÓS-LOSCERTALES

Using metaphors to “observe” thoughts:Metaphorical language effects in meditation instructions

 

21:30

 

Conference dinner: Restaurante Catamarán

(PREVIOUS REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

 

 

Thursday 8 July 2022

 

 

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Room 9

9:00-9:30

WANG & XIANG

When gestures also argue: Multimodal viewpoint shift as a rhetorical strategy in American political talk shows

 

SANTÉ DELGADO

Speech acts in the wake of love: Mind styles and dialogic interactions in Jane Austen

 

 

DANINO

"Our bodies, our selves": Linguistic and discursive analysis of interoception and proprioception in birthing stories

IRURTZUN

Ritual Languages as Natural Conlangs

 

9:30-10:00

VILLANUEVA & VILLEGAS

The reproduction of multimodal communication systems: An evo-devo model of music transmission

 

SHTOK

Culture bound differences in text interpretation of K. Ishiguro’s “Family Supper” – a comparative cross-cultural survey research

GÓRAL & GUERRA

Event-based time in human cognition and culture: Comparing ancient Canarian cave art and Copernicus astronomical table from Olsztyn Castle

 

KARBANOVA

Song, Meaning-Making in a Dialogue

 

PARISSE, CAËT, BLONDEL, DANET & MORGENSTEN

The choreography of dining and interacting in family dinners

 

10:00-10:30

ROSKOVÁ

La multimodalidad de las perífrasis verbales españolas

 

YU JI

Applying a weighted- entropy framework to model the evolution of basic color and smell terms in ancient Chinese poetry data

 

YÁNIZ

«Un navarro (no) es un pistacho»: Análisis multimodal de
intervenciones ecoicas disentivas en la conversación coloquial

 

ESPREE-CONAWAY

Ecological vocabulary in Kayan and the biocultural evolution of language

 

PIRES GONÇALVES, VIGIDAL DE PAULA & SILVA GUIMARAES

Tensions in the language of psychological theories and systems in the process of building an indigenous psychology: The case of the Indigenous Support Network.

10:30-11:00

CASANOVA

Multimodalidad y enantiosemia: Significados pragmático-emocionales de la construcción expresiva f

 

BORT-MIR

A comparative analysis of the cognitive simulation of the         audience’s falling in love experience in Outlander between Diana Gabaldon’s novel (Book 1) and the British-American TV drama series (Season 1)

CASTRO

The forgotten view of the origin of language in Herder

 

HAMILTON

A Message in A Bottle: Sensory Experience and Rhetoric in Wine Reviews

 

BAGCHI & GHOSH

Visual Perception Verbs in Bangla: A Cognitive Semantic Study

 

 

11:00-11:30

 

Coffee break

 

 

11:30-12:30

 

Plenary: Rukmini Bhaya Nair, IIT Delhi, India (Sala de Conferencias)

Kuboaa: Towards an Understanding of Hunger Sensations and Cognitions”

 

 

 

12:30

 

Closing ceremony