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Metapsychological awareness of comprehension and epistemic vigilance of L2 communication in interlanguage pragmatic development
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
(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 ...
Towards an Alternative Relevance-Theoretic Approach to Interjections
The current relevance-theoretic approach to interjections (Wharton 2000, 2001, 2003) analyses these as procedural elements that contribute to the recovery of the higher-level explicatures of utterances. is analysis seems ...
Pragmatic failure, epistemic injustice and epistemic vigilance
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 ...
Vigilance Mechanisms In Interpretation: Hermeneutical Vigilance
(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, 2016)
The mind has developed vigilance mechanisms that protect individuals from deception and misinformation (Sperber et al. 2010). They make up a module that checks the reliability and believability of informers and information. ...
Expressive APs and expletive NPs revisited: Refining the extant relevance-theoretic procedural account
(North-Holland (Elsevier), 2018)
In the third stage in the development of the notion of procedural meaning, relevance theorists analysed expressive devices like intonation, interjections, expressive APs, expletive NPs, slurs and paralanguage. This paper ...