Взаимодействие временной референции и вида в русском языке: данные пациентов с афазией и здоровых испытуемых
М.: Буки Веди, 2013
Journal of Neurolinguistics 2013 Vol. 26 P. 113-128
Cross-linguistic data suggest that the grammatical categories of tense and aspect are not generally impaired in individuals with aphasia (see Bastiaanse et al., 2011 for a review). Rather, and more specifically, verb forms expressing reference to the past or conveying perfective semantics are more impaired than verb forms expressing reference to the non-past (present or future) or conveying ...
Added: March 21, 2013
Aphasiology 2014 Vol. 28 No. 10 P. 1178-1197
Background: A verb’s instrumentality and name relation to an associated instrument noun are among the factors influencing verb retrieval in speakers with aphasia. Previous data on the effects of these factors are equivocal, possibly due to language- and taskspecific factors. Aims: The present study aimed to investigate the nature of the instrumentality and verbnoun name ...
Added: March 24, 2015
Aphasiology 2010 P. 28-55
Verb production has been shown to be impaired in individuals with agrammatic Broca’s aphasia. Several theories linked this deficit to problems with the implementation of grammatical information the verb contains. In particular, the number and the type of arguments associated with a verb were suggested as causes of production difficulties in agrammatic speakers. The influence ...
Added: November 11, 2012
Neuropsychologia 2014 Vol. 57 P. 20-28
Background: Agrammatic speakers have problems with grammatical encoding and decoding. However, not all syntactic processes are equally problematic: present time reference, who questions, and reflexives can be processed by narrow syntax alone and are relatively spared compared to past time reference, which questions, and personal pronouns, respectively. The latter need additional access to discourse and ...
Added: November 18, 2013
Phonology 2019 Vol. 36 No. 1 P. 61-90
This paper re-examines theoretical constructs used in the analysis of Russian word stress employing data from speakers with acquired surface dyslexia, a symptom which is characterized by an impaired lexical access and preserved grapheme-phoneme correspondence rules. Russian stems have been traditionally analysed as lexically accented or unaccented, with a default rule deriving surface stress in ...
Added: December 4, 2018
Scando-Slavica 2014 Т. 60 № 2 С. 212-230
The article focuses on imperfective imperatives at the early stages of Russian child and child-directed speech. Its goal is to explore the factors determining the choice of aspect in the imperative. Results showed that the distribution of perfective and imperfective verb tokens in parental speech does not directly influence the percentage of perfectives and imperfectives in child language. Children ...
Added: October 29, 2016
Development and standardization of a Multiple-Choice Test of Auditory Comprehension for aphasia in Russian
Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology 2009 No. 2 P. 83-98
Added: November 11, 2012
Семантический компонент ‘комплетив’ и «полексемный» подход к акциональной классификации в русском языке
Вопросы языкознания 2019 № 3 С. 7-44
The paper discusses two related aspectological topics. First section examines the ‘completive’ — i. e. ‘attainment of the internal limit’ — meaning (together with its counterpart ‘incompletive’, i. e. ‘non-attainment of the internal limit’). Its localization in the semantic structure of the utterance is determined: between aspect proper and actionality proper. Also, ‘completive’ can be included under ...
Added: September 28, 2019
Scando-Slavica 2012 Vol. 58 No. 2 P. 231-291
Nearly two thousand perfective verbs in Russian are formed via the addition of so-called "empty prefixes" (čistovidovye pristavki) to imperfective base verbs. The traditional assumption that prefixes are semantically "empty" when used to form aspectual pairs is problematic because the same prefixes are clearly "non-empty" when combined with other base verbs. Though some scholars have ...
Added: February 11, 2013
Language Acquisition 2013
Aspect processing and its interaction with time reference production and comprehension has been a point of interest of theoretical linguistics, psycholinguistics as well as neurolinguistic research. The present study indispensably takes into account all three perspectives addressing the question of aspect and time reference comprehension in Russian language in its relation with the analogous neurolinguistic ...
Added: December 17, 2013
Quantitative Analysis of Pitch Movement in Spontaneous Speech of Regional Russian Native Speakers / НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP BRP "Linguistics". 2018. No. 66.
The paper deals with the intonation of native speakers of several regional variants of Russian. I analyze how simple characteristics of pitch movement are connected to biological sex, age, place of living, and type of spontaneous text. According to my primary hypothesis, the distribution of pitch in “low”, “middle” and “high” parts of the pitch ...
Added: October 20, 2018
Брянск: РИО БГУ, 2016
Данный словарь состоит из трёх частей: немецко-русский словарь пословиц и поговорок, русско-немецкий словарь пословиц и поговорок и тематичекский словарь немецких пословиц и поговорок. Для специалистов гуманитарного профиля, преподавателей и студентов, а также всех, кто интересуется вопросами лексикологии, переводоведения и сравнительной типологии. ...
Added: January 13, 2017
В кн.: Двенадцатая Конференция по типологии и грамматике для молодых исследователей. Тезисы докладов (Санкт-Петербург, 19–21 ноября 2015 г.). .: СПб.: Издательство Нестор-История, 2015.. С. 69-72.
Исследование особенностей русских двувидовых глаголов при помощи корпусных методов ...
Added: November 22, 2015
В кн.: Проблемы функциональной грамматики. Предикативные категории в высказывании и целостном тексте.. Т. 6: Предикативные категории в высказывании и целостном тексте.: М.: Издательский дом ЯСК, 2017.. С. 308-331.
The subject of the current chapter is the functions of perfective and imperfective imperatives of give-verbs dajand davaj. It is known that in the Russian language these forms are frequent and possess a wide functional range. Further grammaticalization of these forms shows a divergence, which can not be completely explained by the perfective-imperfective opposition in the imperative ...
Added: October 26, 2018
Вопросы психолингвистики 2019 № 1(39) С. 82-101
One of the under-researched areas of linguistic globalization is the expansion of American English communication norms into other cultural contexts. This phenomenon is especially obvious in the service sector where the interaction of English and Russian is quite intensive. The impact of Global English reveals itself, among other things, in the individual-focused customer communication and ...
Added: October 5, 2020
Modeling lemma frequency bands for lexical complexity assessment of Russian texts | МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ ЗОН ЧАСТОТНОГО СЛОВАРЯ ДЛЯ ОЦЕНКИ ЛЕКСИЧЕСКОЙ СЛОЖНОСТИ РУССКИХ ТЕКСТОВ
Компьютерная лингвистика и интеллектуальные технологии 2020 Vol. 19(26) P. 76-92
The paper is devoted to the problem of modeling general-language frequency using data of large Russian corpora. Our goal is to develop a methodology for forming a consolidated frequency list which in the future can be used for assessing lexical complexity of Russian texts. We compared 4 frequency lists developed from 4 corpora (Russian National Corpus, ...
Added: November 1, 2020
Processing lexical ambiguity in sentential context: Eye-tracking data from brain-damaged and non-brain-damaged individuals
Neuropsychologia 2014 No. 64 P. 360-373
The purpose of the present study was to identify general and syndrome-specific deficits in the lexical processing of individuals with non-fluent and fluent aphasia compared to individuals without cognitive, neurological or language impairments. The time course of lexical access, as well as lexical selection and integration was studied using a visual-world paradigm in three groups ...
Added: December 17, 2013
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 2013 Vol. 94 P. 179-180
Agrammatic speakers have problems with grammatical encoding and decoding. However, not all syntactic processes are equally problematic: present-time-reference/who-questions/reflexives can be processed by narrow syntax alone and are relatively spared compared to past-time-reference /personal pronouns/which-questions that need additional access to discourse and information structures to link to their referent outside the clause (Avrutin, 2006). Linguistic processing ...
Added: November 17, 2013
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 2012 Vol. 61 P. 291-292
Inefficient lexical processing has been found in both fluent and non-fluent aphasia, although different underlying mechanisms were proposed for those two clinical populations (Prather et al., 1997). Individuals with non-fluent aphasia were suggested to have delayed initial lexical activation, while problems of individuals with fluent aphasia concerned inhibition of irrelevant activation. The current study was ...
Added: November 19, 2013
, in: Proceedings of the Forth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Vol. 1.: Tomsk: ., 2010.. P. 38-39.
People suffering from agrammatic aphasia are known to have problems with different kinds of verbal inflection. Tense inflection is mostly more impaired than subject-verb agreementinflection. Problems with tense could either be morphosyntactic or morphosemantic in nature. Indications for the latter come from studies in which the past was found to be more impaired than present ...
Added: November 18, 2013
Neuropsychologia 2020 Vol. 147 Article 107591
Background Implicit-statistical learning (ISL) research investigates whether domain-general mechanisms are recruited in the linguistic processes that require manipulation of patterned regularities (e.g. syntax). Aphasia is a language disorder caused by focal brain damage in the left fronto-temporal-parietal network. Research shows that people with aphasia (PWA) with frontal lobe lesions manifest convergent deficits in syntax and ISL mechanisms. ...
Added: September 15, 2020
Scando-Slavica 2015 Vol. 61 No. 1 P. 73-99
The Russian subjunctive particle by can be used in constructions that lack any finite verb form, such as constructions with infinitives, predicative adverbs, predicative adjectives, nouns and other nominal parts of speech. I compare the properties of these constructions and argue that all verbless subjunctives share a common semantic component – a positive evaluation of ...
Added: July 8, 2015
Journal of Memory and Language 2012 Vol. 66 No. 1 P. 307-325
Time reference in Indo-European languages is marked on the verb. With tensed verb forms, the speaker can refer to the past (wrote, has written), present (writes, is writing) or future (will write). Reference to the past through verb morphology has been shown to be particularly vulnerable in agrammatic aphasia (Bastiaanse, 2008; Yarbay Duman & Bastiaanse, ...
Added: November 11, 2012