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John Newman
John Newman
Professor of Linguistics, University of Alberta
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Give: A cognitive linguistic study
J Newman
Walter de Gruyter, 1996
4591996
The linguistics of sitting, standing and lying
J Newman
The Linguistics of Sitting, Standing and Lying, 1-421, 2002
2452002
The linguistics of eating and drinking
J Newman
The Linguistics of Eating and Drinking, 1-296, 2009
151*2009
The linguistics of giving
J Newman
The Linguistics of Giving, 1-400, 1998
1481998
A cross-linguistic overview of the posture verbs ‘sit’,‘stand’, and ‘lie’
J Newman
The linguistics of sitting, standing, and lying 51, 1-24, 2002
1212002
Give
J Newman
Give, 1996
1041996
Patterns of usage for English sit, stand, and lie: A cognitively-inspired exploration in corpus linguistics
J Newman, S Rice
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 15 (3), 351-396, 2004
1022004
Eating and drinking as sources of metaphor in English
J Newman
Cuadernos de Filologia Inglesa 6 (2), 213-231, 1997
911997
Transitivity schemas of English EAT and DRINK in the BNC
J Newman, S Rice
TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS STUDIES AND MONOGRAPHS 172, 225, 2006
892006
13 Creating and using corpora
ST Gries, J Newman
Research methods in linguistics, 257, 2014
792014
Singapore's speak Mandarin campaign
J Newman
Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development 9 (5), 437-448, 1988
701988
Three-place predicates: A cognitive-linguistic perspective
J Newman
Language Sciences 27 (2), 145-163, 2005
572005
The semantics of giving in Mandarin
J Newman
Conceptualizations and mental processing in language, 433-485, 1993
501993
N-grams and the clustering of registers
ST Gries, J Newman, C Shaoul
Empirical Language Research Journal 5 (11), 2011
442011
The origin of the German es gibt construction
J Newman
TYPOLOGICAL STUDIES IN LANGUAGE 36, 307-326, 1998
391998
Recipients and ‘give’constructions
J Newman
The dative 2, 1-28, 1998
381998
English posture verbs: An experientially grounded approach
J Newman
Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 7 (1), 30-57, 2009
362009
Idiom variation: Experimental data and a blueprint of a computational model
K Geeraert, J Newman, RH Baayen
Topics in cognitive science 9 (3), 653-669, 2017
342017
A note on quantifying ‘good’and ‘bad’prosodies
P Dilts, J Newman
Walter de Gruyter 2 (2), 233-242, 2006
312006
Understanding idiomatic variation
K Geeraert, RH Baayen, J Newman
Proceedings of the 13th Workshop on Multiword Expressions, 80-90, 2017
292017
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