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Melodrama y reelaboración del pasado: la memoria de la dictadura militar en el cine argentino coproducido con España
Las representaciones de la memoria en el melodrama se han caracterizado por su noción de nostalgia. Mientras tanto, en la reconstrucción de la memoria de la última dictadura militar en Argentina se ha señalado una crisis ...
The Phonetics and Phonology of the Polish Calling Melodies
Two calling melodies of Polish were investigated, the routine call, used to call someone for an everyday reason, and the urgent call, which conveys disapproval of the addressee's actions. A Discourse Completion Task was ...
The neurocognitive signature of focus alternatives
Focus alternatives are words/phrases that can substitute for the focused constituent of an utterance. In “Carsten has picked [CHERRIES]F from the tree.”, (marked by pitch focus on cherries), the speaker wants to not only ...
Scalar Diversity, Negative Strengthening, and Adjectival Semantics
Previous research has demonstrated great variability in the rates of scalar inferences across different triggers (Doran et al., 2009; van Tiel et al., 2016). In the current study, we show that variation is more systematic ...
The Role of Literal Features During Processing of Novel Verbal Metaphors
When a word is used metaphorically (for example “walrus” in the sentence “The president is a walrus”), some features of that word's meaning (“very fat,” “slow-moving”) are carried across to the metaphoric interpretation ...
Timing of German onset and word boundary clusters
Previous studies suggest that there are special timing relations in syllable onsets. The consonants are assumed to be timed, on the one hand, with the vocalic nucleus and, on the other hand, with each other. These competing ...
Pronominierte Nominalformen im Altlitauischen
Ausnahmen zu Leskiens Gesetz?
In Old Lithuanian texts (16-17 century), there are more than a hundred definite forms of adjectives and participles with unshortened pronominal ending -jie in the masculine nominative plural, e. g. baiſuſghie ‘the dreadful ...