Individual psychology and public meaning: bridging the gap with frames
Funding period : 01.07.2015 – 30.06.2019
Project D02 examines the relation between the psychological level of describing the cognition of individuals and the intersubjective level on which language (and scientific understanding) operate. More concretely, it seeks to clarify the link between the individual mental representations of language users and the public meaning of linguistic expressions. This link will be established by means of frames; the recursive structure of frames allows the representation of one and the same thing at different levels of granularity. The underlying idea of D02 is to conceive public meaning as a generalization from individual mental representations.
Head of the project
Phone: +49 211 81-03187
Phone: +49 211 81-03186
2018. Berio, L. “Language relativity and flexibility of mental representations: color terms in a frame based analysis” Proceedings of COST2016 Conference, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf forthcoming.
2017. Berio, L., Latrouite, A., Van Valin, R. and Vosgerau, G. “Immediate and General Common Ground”, Modeling and Using Context: 10th International Interdisciplinary Conference, CONTEXT2017, Paris, P. Brezillon, R. Turner, C. Penco (eds), Springer, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
submitted: Berio, L. and Vosgerau, G. “Bringing language back to the speakers: fine-grained Common Ground and reference fixing”
in preparation: Berio, L. and Schuster, A. “(Mis)communication with mentalized prototypes”
Samuel D. Taylor:
Taylor, S, and Sutton, P. (Under review). ‘A Frame-Theoretic Model of Bayesian Category Learning. Proceedings of CoSt16
Taylor, S. D., Noorloos, R., and Bakker, A. (2017), ‘Mastering as an Inferentialist Alternative to the Acquisition and Participation Metaphors for Learning’. Journal of Philosophy of Education. doi: 10.1111/1467-9752.12264.
Noorloos, R., Taylor, S. D., Bakker, A., and Derry, J. (2017). ‘Inferentialism as an Alternative to Socioconstructivism in Mathematics Education’. Mathematics Education Research Journal. doi: 10.1007/s13394-017-0189-3.
Noorloos, R., Taylor, S. D., and Bakker, A. (2014). ‘An Inferentialist Alternative To Constructivism In Mathematics Education’, In Liljedahl, P., Oesterle, S., Nicol, D., Allan, D. (Eds), Proceedings of the Joint Meeting 4 – 321 of PME 38 and PME-NA 36, Vol. 4 (Vancouver: PME), pp. 321-328.
Other Relevant Publications:
Taylor, S. D., 2015, ‘A Day at the Museum: Information and Scientific Representation’. De Filosoof Magazine.
Prof. Gottfried Vosgerau:
‘Mental representations and concepts’ (together with A. Newen)
International Workshop “Mental Representations. The foundation of cognitive science?”, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
‘The relation between cognitive and linguistic structures’ (together with W. Petersen)
EuroAsianPacific Joint Conference on Cognitive Science, Turin (Italien).
Samuel D. Taylor:
‘Concepts and Naturalism’ Spotlight Talk, OZSW 17, Landgoed Zonheuvel, Doorn, Utrecht University
‘Beyond the What is Said Debate: Towards a Theory of Communicative Success’ Fourth Philosophy of Language and Mind Conference, Bochum University
‘The Representational Action Approach to Semantics: From Utterance to Content’
Guest Speaker, Propositions and Cognitive/Linguistic Action Conference, Heinrich-Heine University Dusseldorf
‘Utterance and Content: Towards a Representational Action Approach to What is Said’
Invited Talk, Theoretical Philosophy Lecture Series, Utrecht University
‘Conceptualising the Minimalist vs. Contextualist Dispute in Truth-Conditional Semantics’
OZSW Conference 2016, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
‘What Can Frames Teach Us About Socio-Cognitive Development?’
Cognitive Structure 2016, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
‘Frames and Socio-Cognitive Development: Is a Simplicity-Theoretic Account of Changes to Cognitive Structures Possible?’
Internal Workshop “Frames and Probabilities”, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf.
2018. September Berio, L., Schuster, A. “: Mental representations in dialogue:explaining (mis)communication with mentalized frames”, Meeting of the European Society of Philosophy and Psychology, Rijeka, Croatia. Poster presentation
2018. September Berio, L. “Mental terms acquisition, negation, and conceptual development”, KogWis (Cognitive Science Annual Meeting), Darmstadt, Germany. Talk
2018. July Berio, L. “Mental terms acquisition and conceptual development”, Meeting of the Society of Philosophy and Psychology, Ann Arbor (MI), USA. Poster presentation
2018. February Berio, L. and Schuster, A., “Meaning coordination with mentalized frames”, 19th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, Szlarska Poreba, Poland. Poster Presentation
2017. September Berio, L. and Schuster, A.,“Mentalised Evolutionary Prototypes”, PLM4 (4th Philosophy of Language and Mind Conference) , Bochum, Germany. Talk.
2017. June Berio, L., Latrouite, A., Van Valin, R. and Vosgerau, G. “Immediate and General Common Ground”, Context17 Conference, Paris, France. Talk
2017. March Berio, L. and Schuster, A., “Mentalised Prototypes”, Roots of Pragmasemantics Workshop, Szklarska Poreba, Poland. Talk
2016. September . Berio, L. “Analysing the Problem of the Influence of Languageon Thought”, Cost2016,Conference, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany. Talk
2016. June. Berio, L. “Embodied Semantics and the Problem of Abstract Concepts”, MODELACT Conference, Rome, Italy. Talk
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