Beyond Emotions in Language

Psychological verbs at the interfaces

Editors
| University of Wrocław
| John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
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This book sheds new light on the puzzle of psychological predicates in a cross-linguistic perspective by looking at them from a variety of angles at the interfaces between event structure, lexical and viewpoint aspect, syntax and information structure. The individual chapters focus on Polish and Spanish psych verbs, which manifest new overt contrasts that often remain covert in languages such as English, e.g., aspectual distinctions, the peculiarities of dative constructions, or the role of information structure in determining the word order. One of the main contributions of the book lies in positing a new typology of basic event types enriched with the initial boundary events. Moreover, due attention is devoted to dative experiencers as compared to accusative experiencers. Although couched in the generative tradition, the main insights presented in this collection are theory neutral and may be of interest to linguists of all persuasions.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 263]  2020.  xiii, 325 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii
Notes on contributors
ix–x
List of abbreviations
xi–xiii
Chapter 1. Psych verbs: Setting the scene
Bożena Rozwadowska, Arkadiusz Nowak and Anna Bondaruk
1–21
Chapter 2. Polish psych verbs as non-achievements
Bożena Rozwadowska
23–74
Chapter 3. Encoding inception in the domain of psych verbs in Polish
Adam Biały
75–112
Chapter 4. Initiators, states and passives in Spanish psych verbs
Antonio Fábregas and Rafael Marín
113–139
Chapter 5. The syntax of accusative and dative Experiencers in Polish
Anna Bondaruk
141–212
Chapter 6. The information structure of high and low datives and their psychological import
Ángel L. Jiménez-Fernández
213–244
Chapter 7. Polish impersonal middles with a dative as syntactically derived experience events
Ewa Willim
245–318
Name Index
Name Index
Subject Index
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009060 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Syntax
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020026219 | Marc record