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Pragmatic failure, epistemic injustice and epistemic vigilance [Article]
Stemming from real or seeming incompetence, the pragmatic failures L2 learners and LF speakers often commit may lead to stereotyping and negative labelling as a consequence of hearers' mindreading abilities and relevance-driven ...
Metapsychological awareness of comprehension and epistemic vigilance of L2 communication in interlanguage pragmatic development [Article]
L2 learners may make interpretive mistakes at both the explicit and the implicit levels of communication. They may not construct the right lower- or higher-level explicatures, turn explicatures into unintended implicatures, ...
On the role of vigilance in the interpretation of puns [Article]
(De Gruyter, 2015)
Humans are vigilant against deception and misinterpretation thanks to a set of cognitive mechanisms that monitor their interlocutors’ benevolence, credibility, competence and preferences, as well as the plausibility and ...
Interlocutors-related and hearer-specific causes of misunderstanding: processing strategy, confirmation bias and weak vigilance [Article]
(Mouton de Gruyter, 2017)
Noises, similarities between words, slips of the tongue, ambiguities, wrong or false beliefs, lexical deficits, inappropriate inferences, cognitive overload, non-shared knowledge, topic organisation or focusing problems, ...