Watching Fictive Motion in Action: Discourse Data from the TV News Archive

Till Bergmann
Till Bergmann

CogSci, 2015.

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Abstract:

Fictive Motion is a type of figurative language used to express static visual scenes in terms of motion, for example, ”The road runs along the river” or ”The scar runs down his back”. Previous research suggests that we mentally simulate fictive motion (Matlock 2004, Matlock u0026 Bergmann, in press), but little is known about the use of f...More

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