Human Cognitive Processing

The book series <em>Human Cognitive Processing: Cognitive Foundations of Language Structure and Use</em> is a forum for interdisciplinary research on the grammatical structure, semantic organization, and communicative function of language(s), and their anchoring in human cognitive faculties. Accordingly, the series will publish works addressing the nature of cognitive systems and processes involved in speaking and understanding natural language(s) – including their connections to general knowledge, behavior, and perception – and the relation between language and thought.<p>The series is open to any type of theoretical and methodological approach to the above questions and to research from any discipline concerned with them, including but not restricted to cognitively oriented branches of linguistics, semiotics, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, artificial intelligence and computer science, and neuroscience. Publications in the series may be monographs or thematic collective volumes, in the English language.</p>

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