Language, Cognition, and Mind


This series takes the current thinking on topics in linguistics from the theoretical level to validation through empirical and experimental research. The volumes published offer insights on research that combines linguistic perspectives from recently emerging experimental semantics and pragmatics as well as experimental syntax, phonology, and cross-linguistic psycholinguistics with cognitive science perspectives on linguistics, psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence and neuroscience, and research into the mind, using all the various technical and critical methods available. The series also publishes cross-linguistic, cross-cultural studies that focus on finding variations and universals with cognitive validity. The peer reviewed edited volumes and monographs in this series inform the reader of the advances made through empirical and experimental research in the language-related cognitive science disciplines. Series Editor Chungmin Lee, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea Editorial board members Tecumseh Fitch, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria Peter Gaerdenfors, Lund University, Lund, Sweden Bart Geurts, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Noah D. Goodman, Stanford University, Stanford, USA Robert Ladd, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK Dan Lassiter, Stanford University, Stanford, USA Edouard Machery, Pittsburgh University, Pittsburgh, USA