List of accepted papers

List of accepted papers for IACS 2016

(in order of submitting)

  • Shekoufeh Mohammadi Shirmahaleh. Iconic Metaphor in Language and Literature: Identification and Interpretation
  • Leila Sadeghi Esfehani. The Interaction of Visual and Verbal Modes in the Contemporary Persian Poetry Discourse, through a Cognitive Poetics Approach
  • Hannah Little and Bart de Boer. Did the pressure for discrimination trigger the emergence of combinatorial structure?
  • Roman Godlewski. Quoting as Pretending a Sign in Light of a General Theory of Communication
  • Ying Yang. Multimodal Argumentative Discourse Analysis(MADA): a Pragma-dialectical Approach
  • Lars Elleström. Cross-modal iconicity: The Bridge between Image and Metaphor
  • Massimo Leone. The Playfulness of Nature: Cognitive Constraints and Cultural Biases in Visual Pattern Recognition
  • Torkild Thellefsen and Bent Sørensen. The detective use signs too – introducing the semeiotic gap
  • Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak. Modalities of the sacrophere is a semiotactic of wayside shrines
  • Fabian Bross. The Origin of the Headshake
  • Francesco Bellucci. Peircean Cognitive Semiotics (theme session):
    • Marta Caravà. A Semiotic Turn in Cognitive Science?
    • Claudia Cristalli. Semiotics, Logic Materialiter. The relevance of psychophysics in Peirce’s account of reasoning
    • Francesco Bellucci. Diagrams as Cognitive Technologies
  • Rafał Augustyn and Agnieszka Mierzwińska-Hajnos. Blending multimodal inputs (theme session):
    • Ewelina Prażmo. Meaningful Forms. Cognitive Analysis of the Semantic Contribution of a Font Type to a Text
    • Agnieszka Libura. Blending Refugees Problem. An Analysis of  Humorous Conceptual Integration
    • Joanna Jabłońska-Hood. Multimodality and its Impact on the Notion of Linguistic Disparity that Creates Humour
    • Agnieszka Mierzwińska-Hajnos. Words, Images and Beyond: On a Multimodal Character of Conceptual Blends Appearing in the 2015 Polish Political Campaign Posters
    • Rafał Augustyn. Multimodality in Science Communication: How to Create a Successful Blend?
  • Hubert Kowalewski. The “Maxwellian style” of research in cognitive semiotics
  • Alan Yelsey. Introducing “Dynamic Cognitive Semiotics” as an Emerging Field for Inquiry, Research and Development
  • Mirko Farina. Taxonomising phenotypic plasticity: the crucial role of cultural plasticity in the evolution and development of human cognition
  • Todd Oakley. Conceptual Blending and the Amalgamated Mind: A “Pivot” Toward Philosophy of Distributed Cognition
  • Piotr Giza. Sign Use and Cognition in Automated Scientific Discovery: Are Computers Only Special Kinds of Signs?
  • Elzbieta Chrzanowska-Kluczewska. Verbal and Pictorial Narrativity – a Case of Intermediality
  • Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja. Multiple Cognitive Signs of the Shaman Drums as Sami’s Worldview, Identity, and Cultural Heritage
  • Michael May. Construal of perspective in graph comprehension: A cognitive semiotics of scientific literacy and objectivity
  • Göran Sonesson. Semiosis in History. The Emergence of Alter-Culture
  • Devon Schiller. Faces Seen, Heard, and Felt: The Intermodal Media Archive in Facial Measurement Training
  • Gábor Simon. How mimetic is poetry? Rethinking the nature and the origin of poetic iconicity
  • Marco Bagli. Sweet, sweet love: from wild honey to semantic prototypes.
  • Giuseppe Maiorano. Water, Air, Earth and Fire: detecting the origins of human oral language from the imitation of environmental sounds.
  • Mihailo Antović. From Concepts to Connotation: Toward Multilevel Grounding in Music Semiotics
  • Xueqiao Li. Humor comprehension in depressed and healthy participants – evidence from brain research and eye tracking studies
  • Anastasia Sharapkova. Shifting the meaning through social interaction: a case of noble and its synonyms in Medieval literature
  • Skirmantas Junevicius and Eugenija Juneviciene. Categorization and Meaning-Making
  • Konrad Żyśko. Can conceptual blending reconcile two opposing parties? A construction of semiotic expressions as blends during Marsz Wolności i Solidarności and protests of Komitet Obrony Demokracji in Poland.
  • James Grayot. Mind-shaping and social cognition: Implications for mental representation
  • Barbara Fultner. The Role of the Imagination in Semiosis
  • Shuo Cao and Huili Wang. Chinese Prefer Co-present Similar Items in Metaphorical Advertisements
  • Dimitry Okropiridze. Cognition as a Hyper-Cartesian Phenomenon and a Hypo-Hegelian Fact. A Cognitive Semiotics Model beyond Dualism and Dialectics.
  • Joel Parthemore. Consciousness, conceptual agency, and the “unbinding” problem
  • Przemek Zywiczynski and Slawomir Wacewicz. Pantomime in language evolution
  • Henryk Kardela. Liberating the signified from the signifier: Remarks on Ernst Cassirer’s philosophy of language as a system of symbolic forms
  • Victor Rosenthal. Semiotic institution of inner life
  • Maíra Avelar. The emergence of multimodal metaphors in the political-religious discourse: a comparative analysis
  • Liudmila Fedorova. Transformation of Meaning in a Writing Sign: from pictogram to phonogram
  • Jean Lassegue. Are objective sciences really off-culture productions?
  • Magdalena Krzosek. Timbre characterization as the basis of inquiry on multisensory experience
  • Aline Dornelas and Esther Pascual. When ‘Alô!’ means telephone: An elicitation study of fictive speech by autistic children and controls
  • Algirdas Budrevicius. On the Account of the Nature of Meaning: Approach Based on the Insights into Aristotle’s and Aquinas’ Theory of Being and Cognition
  • Andrei Marasoiu. Blaming dirty looks
  • Jonas Nölle, Stefan Hartmann, Peeter Tinits and Michael Pleyer. Investigating the emergence of overspecification in an Iterated Learning setup
  • Kalevi Kull. Learning, phenomenal present, and semiosis
  • Alin Olteanu. Towards a (bio-)semiotics of sexuality
  • Niklas Johansson. Sound symbolic implications for deictic words as a cognitively fundamental word class
  • Gisela Bruche-Schulz. Meaning in systems of complexity. On a ‘feel’ and foundational experience
  • Gareth Roberts and Betsy Sneller. Appropriation in an alien language: An experimental-semiotic study of sociolinguistic meaning
  • Piero Polidoro. Left-right orientation in images: aesthetic preference and cognitive processes
  • Jens Allwood and Elisabeth Ahlsén. Dimensions of context – Classifying approaches to the context of Communication
  • Marlene Staib, Jonas Nölle, Riccardo Fusaroli and Kristian Tylén. Investigating motivations for iconicity and systematicity in emergent sign systems
  • Jack Wilson and Hannah Little. A Neo-Peircean Framework for Experimental Semiotics
  • Claudio Julio Rodríguez Higuera. Top-down Complementarity in the Study of Biosemiosis
  • Lin Jinfeng. Comparison of concepts [HUMAN] [BODY] [SOUL] [SPIRIT] in Russian and Chinese language picture of the world
  • Katarzyna Stadnik. The word vis-à-vis the visual image: Remembering as a shared sociocultural practice
  • Joanna Jabłońska-Hood. Is visual humour iconic?
  • Kristian Tylén and Svend Østergaard. The social route to abstraction
  • Hongjun Chen and Qiuyue Lei. Contextual Effects on Metaphor Processing of Chinese Four-Character Idioms: An ERP Study
  • Monica Tamariz and Jon Carr. Co-evolutionary interactions between signals and meanings: an experimental approach
  • Kuoshu Wang and Iwen Su. To See is To Smell: How Odor Messages Are Represented by Visual Messages in Perfume Titles and Bottles
  • Johanne Stege Bjørndahl and Brandon Mells. Cooperating hands: Gesture as an interactional semiotic resource in collective ideation
  • Tyler James Bennett. Semiotics for conceptual metaphor and blending
  • Aleksei Semenenko. Semiotics of non-sense: How can something that does not exist have meaning?
  • Alistair Deakin and Gareth Lewis. The Hybrid Future of Applied Semiotics
  • Pedro Atã, Daniella Aguiar and Joao Queiroz. Niche explorers: a situated account of creativity in dance and literature
  • Anu Vastenius, Jordan Zlatev and Joost Van de Weijer. Constituent order in pictorial representations of events is influenced by language
  • Senay Guner Cebioglu and Tanya Broesch. Maternal narratives as a context for the socialization of self
  • Letícia Vitral and João Queiroz. The epistemic role of intermedial visual artworks
  • Mihaly Szivos. Emergence and semiotic pragmatics
  • Aleksandra Pasławska. Visual semiotics: decoding pictorial signs in contemporary advertising
  • Paul Wilson and Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk. Compassion and Sympathy in British English and Polish: A Cultural Linguistic Perspective
  • Nicole Rossmanith. Jointly structuring shared spaces of meaning and action or the development of semiotic processes in infant-caregiver-object interactions over the first year of life.
  • Vlado Susac.Metaphor identification problem or can we extract water from the lake?
  • Andrzej Kapusta and Jolanta Kociuba. Decision making in mental illness
  • Jamin Pelkey and Stéphanie Walsh Matthews. Xtreme Posture: Semiosic Primitives and the Primacy of Movement
  • Esa Itkonen. “The whole is more than the sum of its parts” – true, walse or meaningless?
  • Anna Stanisz. Conventional and unconventional conceptualisation of love (david richo’s how to be an adult in love. Letting love in safely and showing it recklessly)
  • Albert Johnstone. Nonsymbolic Thinking
  • Marcin Trybulec. Ethnography of external representations reconsidered
  • Katarzyna Karska and Magdalena Goguł. Conceptual metaphors in radiology.
  • Donna West. Seeing the Unseeable: Abductions as Creative Firstnesses
  • Elżbieta Magdalena Wąsik. Exposing the dialogical nature of the linguistic self in interpersonal and intersubjective relationships from the first-person, second-person and third-person-perspective
  • Zdzisław Wąsik. Epistemology as a semiotic cartography of human cognition
  • Francesco-Alessio Ursini. An Ontology of Space
  • Valentyna Ushchyna. Situated conceptualization of risk: Towards a socio-cognitive semiotics of stancetaking in risk discourse situation
  • Roberto Bottini, Daniel Casasanto, Andrea Nadalini and Davide Crepaldi. Conscious Vs Unconscious Semantics: Insights From Metaphorical priming
  • Iryna Kotova. Heroes and Antiheroes in American Film Discourse and Narrative
  • Kseniya Leontyeva. Enactivism, cognitive semiotics and translation studies: to the benefits of cooperation
  • Douglas Niño. Tracking Imagination: Executive Function, Pretense Play and Conceptual Blending
  • Peter Coppin. “Artifact evolution” of the axiomatic method from a “primordial soup of pictures” (with implications for “visual” language design)
  • Ines Rekhis and Jammoussi Jawhar. Semiotic analysis of the interpretations of hybrid photographic image
  • Cesar Diaz. An agentive account of the “commode story” in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs
  • Carlos Andres Perez. Horizon: a key phenomenological concept for cognitive linguistics.
  • Jordan Zlatev. Embodied Intersubjectivity and Cognitive Linguistics
  • Tommi Vehkavaara. Making semiotic concepts for cognitive semiotics – many rather than one concept of sign
  • Massimiliano Cappuccio. Embodied Representation of Deictic Intentions: Pointing as an Instrumental Gesture
  • Piotr Konderak. Metacognition, metasemiosis and consciousness
  • Joanna Raczaszek-Leonardi and Terrence W. Deacon. A variety of semiotic relations in the process of language acquisition
  • Joanna Rączaszek-Leonardi, Michał Denkiewicz, Julian Zubek, Agnieszka Dębska, Alicja Radkowska, Joanna Komorowska-Mach, Piotr Litwin, Adrianna Kucińska, Magdalena Stępień, Krystyna Komorowska, Riccardo Fusaroli and Kristian Tylén. Language as a coordinative tool in wine recognition and description: influences from two time-scales
  • Terrence Deacon and Hajime Yamauchi. The semiotic basis of universal grammar
  • Tim Adamson. Conflation and the Essence of Thinking