Bibliography

This is a list of RNT related books and articles. The page is being constantly revised, so if you don’t find your work here, or if you know of some published work that we missed, please let us know about it.

  • Bennett, D. C. 1975. Spatial and Temporal Uses of English Prepositions. An Essay in Stratificational Semantics. London: Longman. 
  • Buzilă, P. 2017. Language Contact Phenomena from a Neurocognitive Perspective. In Eugen Wohl (ed.),Tehnici şi strategii novatoare în dinamica limbajelor de specialitate.Cluj-Napoca:Casa Cărţii de Ştiinţă. Read this paper.
  • Buzilă, P. 2018. Sobre la Teoría de las Redes Relacionales como posible revolución en el estudio del lenguaje humano. In Coman Lupu (ed.), Studii Romanice.București:Editura Universității din București. Read this paper.
  • Buzilă, P. 2019. Critical Period Revisited: A Neurocognitive Approach.In Eugen Wohl (ed.),Limbaje specializate: Perspective și linii de convergență. Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană. Read this paper.
  • Buzilă, P. 2020. La desaparición de las unidades lingüísticas en la Teoría de las Redes Relacionales. Submitted for publication.
  • Buzilă, P. 2020. Teoria Rețelelor Relaționale – O teorie plauzibilă a limbajului. Submitted for publication.
  • Buzilă, P. 2020.A  Relational Network Approach to Bilingualism: How Can Neurocognitive Linguistics Contribute to Understanding Bilingual Processing? Submitted for publication.
  • Buzilă, P. 2020. A neurocognitive analysis of idiosyncratic semantic borrowings in bilingual discourse. Submitted for publication.
  • Chen, H. 2020. Discussion on the Visual Perception of Chinese Characters Based on Neurocognitive Linguistics. México y la Cuenca del Pacífico.  9 (25), 197-220. Read this paper.
  • Fleming, I. 1969. Stratificational theory: an annotated bibliography. Journal of English Linguistics, 3, 37–65.
  • García, A. M. 2010. Methodological Tenets, Plausibility and Reality in Chomskyan Biolinguistics. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 3(3), 303-324.
  • García, A. M. 2012. La Teoría de Redes Relacionales: Correlatos neurológicos de un modelo lingüístico conexionista. Onomázein 26, 221-257. Read this paper.
  • García, A. M. 2013. Relational network theory as a bridge between linguistics and neuroscience: An interview with Professor Sydney Lamb. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 8(1), 3-27. Online: http://bit.ly/19Q44G5.
  • García, A. M. 2015. A connectionist approach to functional-cognitive linguistics: Spanish pronominal clitics and verb endings in relational-network terms. Signos. Estudios de Lingüística 48(88), 197-222. ISSN: 0718-0934. Read this paper.
  • García, A. M. & Gil, J. M. 2011. A historical survey into the origins of Lambian Linguistics. LACUS Forum 36, 111-123. Read this paper. 
  • García, A. M., Sullivan, W. J. & Tsiang, S. 2017. An Introduction to Relational Network Theory: History, Principles, and Descriptive Applications (preface by M. A. K. Halliday). London: Equinox. 224 pages. ISBN: 978-1-78179-260-5. Purchase this book.
  • Gil, J. M. 2010. Sobre la posibilidad de una biolingüística neurocognitiva. Teorema, 20(1), 63-80. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2011. Relevance Theory and unintended transmission of information”, Intercultural Pragmatics, 8 (1), 1-40. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2013. A Neurocognitive Interpretation of Systemic-Functional Choice. In L. Fontaine, T. Bartlett, & G. O’Grady (eds.). Choice: critical considerations in Systemic Functional Linguistics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 179-204. ISBN 9781107036963. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2013. Borges and the brain: Visible connections with Neurocognitive Linguistics. Variaciones Borges 36, 167-184. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2014. Cómo se representa la información fonológica en el cerebro: Una explicación en términos de las redes relacionales. Revista Chilena de Fonoaudiología, Vol. 13, 17-39. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2014. On the relationships between the biological realm and the semiotic realm.  Topologik, Vol. 15, 8-26. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2015. On weak communication. Intercultural Pragmatics, 12(3), 387-404. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2016. A relational account of the Spanish Noun Phrase. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 36 (1), 22-51. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2018. Qué es la creatividad lingüística: Una explicación  neurocognitiva a partir de los nombres de comercios de Mar del Plata”, Logos, 28(1), 116-134. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2019. A relational account of communication on the basis of slips of the tongue, Intercultural Pragmatics, 16 (2), 153-183. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2019. Lectoescritura como sistema neurocognitivo. Educación y Educadores, 22 (3), 422-447. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. 2019. On Bunge’s requirement of neurological plausibility for a linguistic theory. In M. Matthews (editor) Mario Bunge: Centenary Festschrift, Cham, Springer,  717-733. ISBN 978-3-030-16673-1. Read this paper.
  • Gil, J. M. & García, A. M. 2011. The limitations of Gricean Pragmatics in the study of verbal interaction, LACUS Forum 36, 125-137. Read this paper.
  • Lamb, S. M. 1966a. Outline of Stratificational Grammar. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Lamb, S. M. 1966b. Prolegomena to a Theory of Phonology. Language, 42 (2), 536-573.
  • Lamb, S. M. 1980. A new look at phonotactics. In J. Copeland & P. Davis (eds.). Papers in cognitive stratificational linguistics (pp. 1-18). Rice University Studies, 66 (2). Houston: Rice University.
  • Lamb, S. M. 1999. Pathways of the Brain: The Neurocognitive Basis of Language. Amsterdam/Philadephia: John Benjamin. Purchase this book.
  • Lamb, S. M. 2005. Language and Brain: When Experiments Are Unfeasible, You Have to Think Harder. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 1(2), 151-176. DOI: 10.1558/lhs.2005.1.2.151
  • Lamb, S. M. 2006. Being realistic, being scientific. LACUS Forum, 32, 201-209.
  • Lamb, S. M. 2013. Systemic networks, relational networks, and choice. In L. Fontaine, T. Bartlett, & G. O’Grady (eds.). Choice: Critical considerations in Systemic Functional Linguistics,137-160. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lamb, S. M. 2016. Linguistic structure. A plausible theory. Language Under Discussion, Vol.1, Issue 1, 1-37. Read this paper.
  • Lamb, S.M. & Webster, J.J. 2004. Language and Reality: Selected Writings of Sydney Lamb. New York: Continuum. Purchase this book.
  • Lockwood, D. G. 1972.  Introduction to Stratificational Linguistics. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • Makkai, A. & Lockwood, D. G. (eds.). 1973. Readings in Stratificational Linguistics. University, Alabama: The University of Alabama Press
  • Müller, G. E. 2011. Focus adverbs in Spanish: a cognitive-functional account and some neurocognitive hypotheses. LACUS Forum 36, 241-257. 
  • Reich, P. 1970. Relational Networks. Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 15 (2), 95-11. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0008413100026347
  • Reich, P. 1970. The English auxiliaries: A relational network description. Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 16 (1), 18-50. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0008413100006666
  • Reich, P. 1985. Unintended puns.  LACUS Forum 11,314-322. 

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