This book provides a comprehensive review of the multiple developments that have taken place in the last 10 years on the question of the relationships between language and thought and integrates them into a coherent framework. It will be relevant for anyone working in the sciences of languages.
- Synthesizes recent research
- Provides an integrated view of cognitive architecture
- Explains the relationships between language and thought
Language and Cognitive Arquitecture: looking for a model of their inter-relationship
On not having a language
Altered language, altered thinking?
Dual theories of flexible thought
A balanced view