Mental lexicon and language consciousness: similaritiea and discrapencies in research methodology
The article discusses the similarities and differences between the research methodology of the mental lexicon and language consciousness. Most studies of language consciousness do not differ in any significant way from studies of the mental lexicon, and this is not recognized or is hushed up by their authors. The problem of their differentiation is connected ...
Some aspects of the cognitive theory of polysemy
The article focuses on polysemy as a conceptual phenomenon. The author gives a brief overview of the works of Russian and foreign linguists specializing in the study of Polysemy. Special attention is given to the representation of polysemy in mental lexicon.
Русский язык: Грамматическое учение о слове. М., 1972.
Феномен многозначности и способы его описания ...
The “living” word in the light of modern cognitive studies (Dedicated to the anniversary of Alexandra Zalevskaya)
... nature and structure of the word in human mental space. The author distinguishes between the word as an asset of an individual (the “living” word) and the word as found in a dictionary. It is concluded that there is a dramatic difference between the mental lexicon and a dictionary as a lexico¬graphic unit.
1. Анохин К. В. Когнитом: в поисках общей теории когнитивной науки // Шестая международная конференция по когнитивной ...
Semantic diffusion: the bilingual aspect
This article deals with the problem of semantic diffusion on the level of polysemantic and paronymic lexical units. A hypothesis on the storage of lexical-semantic variations of a polysemantic word in the mental lexicon of native speakers in diffusive way is developed on the basis of experimental research.
1. Английская синонимика: введение в теорию синонимии и методику изучения синонимов ...
Metaphorisation as a pattern of term formation in Russian and English within the semantic field “Insurance”
.... М., 1988. С. 173—204.
Страховой бизнес. М., 2005.
Zhebrunova L. A.
terminological system, composite term, nomination, metaphorisation, cognitive linguistic characteristics,
source domain of the mental lexicon, attributive characteristics, action characteristics.