Philosophy, linguistics and cognitive psychology
This subgroup covers:
- investigations into how - and to what extent - representational states and processes are involved in tacit grammatical knowledge, pre-conscious utterance interpretation and perceptual processing.
- Experimental work on how children acquire their communicative language capacities, with a focus on figurative language capacities as well as - and connected to - how children develop an understanding of belief.
- Falkum, I. L., Recasens, M. & Clark, E. 2017. The moustache sits down first: On the acquisition of metonymy. Journal of Child Language. 44(1), pp 87-119. Published online January 2016.
- Smith, N. V. & Allott, N. (2016). Chomsky: Ideas and Ideals (3rd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
I. L. Falkum, F. Köder, P. Rubio-Fernandez, N. Allott, B. Ramberg,
- Acquiring Figurative Meanings: A Study in Developmental Pragmatics (FRIHUMSAM 240324, 2015-2019)
- Saying enough without saying too much (FRIHUMSAM 230718, 2014-2018)
- Reflective Mind (FRIHUMSAM 213068, 2012-2016) (25%: Allott part)