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An ecological alternative to a “sad response”: Public language use transcends the boundaries of the skin

  • Carol A. Fowler (a1)
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Abstract

Embedding theories of language production and comprehension in theories of action-perception is realistic and highlights that production and comprehension processes are interleaved. However, layers of internal models that repeatedly predict future linguistic actions and perceptions are implausible. I sketch an ecological alternative whereby perceiver/actors are modeled as dynamical systems coupled to one another and to the environment.

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Ferreira, F. & Tanenhaus, M. (2007) Introduction to the special issue on language-vision interactions. Journal of Memory and Language 57:455–59.

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