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- Towards a dialogic syntax by Du Bois, John W.
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- First steps toward a usage-based theory of language acquisition
- Cognitive Grammar and gesture: Points of convergence, advances and challenges by Kok, Kasper I. and Cienki, Alan
- Extracting prototypes from exemplars What can corpus data tell us about concept representation? by Divjak, Dagmar and Arppe, Antti
- The processing of verb-argument constructions is sensitive to form, function, frequency, contingency and prototypicality by Ellis, Nick C./ O'Donnell, Matthew Brook and Römer, Ute
- Cognitive Sociolinguistics meets loanword research: Measuring variation in the success of anglicisms in Dutch by Zenner, Eline/ Speelman, Dirk and Geeraerts, Dirk
- The emergence of disjunction: A history of constructionalization in Chinese by Jing-Schmidt, Zhuo and Peng, Xinjia
- Machine Meets Man: Evaluating the Psychological Reality of Corpus-based Probabilistic Models by Divjak, Dagmar/ Dąbrowska, Ewa and Arppe, Antti
- Why cognitive linguistics requires embodied realism
- Embodying metaphors: Signed language interpreters at work by Nilsson, Anna-Lena
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- From cognitive-functional linguistics to dialogic syntax by Du Bois, John W. and Giora, Rachel
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