Events

Materials over last year


Journal papers (Scopus, WoS)
1. Nagel O.V. (2014). Investigating Russian derivational morphology: Russian Parallel Corpus Study. Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences. The XXV annual international academic conference, Language and culture, 20-22 October 2014. Elsevier
2. Sheketera A.A., Vityazeva Yu.A., Bogomaz S.A. (2014). Psychological safety as a factor in the intellectual development of school-leavers. Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences. The XXV annual international academic conference, Language and culture, 20-22 October 2014. Elsevier
3. Shilyaev K.S. (2014). Dogs Talking and Thinking: Key Textual Metaphor in “Jerry of the Islands” by Jack London. Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences. The XXV annual international academic conference, Language and culture, 20-22 October 2014. Elsevier
4. Rezanova Z.I., Nekrasova E.D., Shilyaev K.S. (2014). Gender-marked metaphors: influence of grammatical gender and animateness on referential choice of metaphorical name of the person in the Russian language. Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences. The XXV annual international academic conference, Language and culture, 20-22 October 2014. Elsevier
5. Vesnina G. (2014). Lad and ladit’ in lexical-semantic field ‘norm’ in Russian. Procedia. Social and Behavioral Sciences. The XXV annual international academic conference, Language and culture, 20-22 October 2014. Elsevier
6. Kustova G.I. (2014). Constructions with the union ‘ctoby’: Resources and Compliance (in Russian) “Dialogue 2014”. Annual International Conference on Computational Linguistics. Retrieved from http://www.dialog-21.ru/

Journal papers (Higher Attestation Committee, Russian citation index)
1. Miklashevski A.A. (2014). Verbal and visual information processing: an experimental study (in Russian). Tomsk State University Journal, No. 383.– p. 56-61
2. Nekrasova, E.D (2014) About multimodal perception of the text (in Russian). Tomsk State University Journal, No. 378, p. 45-48.
3. Novikova E.G. (2014). Distinctive features of the speech art form of small prose by T. Tolstaya: the speech art device of lexical-semantic syncretism (in Russian) // Tomsk State University Journal. 2014. № 384. P. 18–26.
4. Rezanova Z., Shilyaev K. (2014). Distinctive features of the key textual metaphor in the novel “Michael, Brother of Jerry” by J. London and its translation into Russian (in Russian). Topics in Cognitive Linguistics, 3.
5. Shilyaev K. (2014). Distinctive features of the key textual metaphor in the novel “Jerry of the islands” by J. London and its translation into Russian (in Russian). Tomsk State University Journal, No. 379.
6. Temnikova, I.G., Nagel, O.V. (2014). Cognition focused technologies in EFL teaching (TSU case study) (in Russian) // Language and Culture
7. Tsaregorodtseva O.V. (2014). Semantic processes in derivatives of the etymological root *ĝhel-(*ghel)/*glend(h)- ‘to shine, to sparkle’ (in Russian) // Language and Culture

Journal papers
1. Miklashevski A.A., Tsaregorotseva O.V. (2013). Influence of language stimuli on vertical attention shift (Russian). The Russian Journal of Cognititive Science, vol. 1, № -2, June 2014, Retrieved from http://www.cogjournal.ru

Peer-reviewed conference papers
1. Nekrasova E.D. (2014). Multimodal texts: the problem of the polycode (in Russian). I (XV) International conference of young researchers “Topical issues in linguistics and literary studies”, Tomsk. Russia.
2. Vesnina G.Y. (2014). History of the word pravilo and its equivalents in Slavic languages within lexic-semantic field ‘norm’ (in Russian). I (XV) International conference of young researchers “Topical issues in linguistics and literary studies”, Tomsk. Russia.
3. Vesnina G.Y. (2014). Nomination of the notion ‘norm’ in Russian and Polish: Historical aspect (in Russian). XVII International conference of students-philologists, Saint Petersburg, April 7-12th 2014: Reports theses. Saint Petersburg: Philological Faculty of Saint Petersburg State University, 2014 – pp. 196-197. Retrieved from http://spbu.ru/files/upload/Programm_verstka_konf.pdf
4. Miklashevski A.A. (2014). Actualization of frame structure «Creativity» and secondary conditionality (in Russian). Proceedings of international science conference “Language – Literature – Art: cognitive-semiotic interface”, Kiev, 2014 – p.87. Retrieved from http://www.knlu.kiev.ua/
5. Shilyaev K. Invariant structure of the key textual metaphor (in the novels by J. London) (in Russian). I (XV) International conference of young researchers “Topical issues in linguistics and literary studies”, Tomsk. Russia.
6. Rezanova Z.I. (2014). Discursive methods of studying the ways of communicative presentation of ethnocultural identity (in Russian). 2nd International scientific conference “Language and method: the Russian language in linguistic studies in the XXI century – Linguistic analysis on the brink of methodological breakdown”, Instytut Filologii Wschodniosłowiańskiej, Krakow, Poland. Retrieved from http://www.ifw.filg.uj.edu.pl/jazyk-i-metod
7. Mishankina N.A. (2014). The language of science in the ‘mirror’ of cognitive methodology (in Russian). 2nd International scientific conference “Language and method: the Russian language in linguistic studies in the XXI century – Linguistic analysis on the brink of methodological breakdown”, Instytut Filologii Wschodniosłowiańskiej, Krakow, Poland. Retrieved from http://www.ifw.filg.uj.edu.pl/jazyk-i-metod
8. Kustova G.I. (2014). Semantic processes in structures with a reflexive pronoun (in Russian). 2nd International scientific conference “Language and method: the Russian language in linguistic studies in the XXI century – Linguistic analysis on the brink of methodological breakdown”, Instytut Filologii Wschodniosłowiańskiej, Krakow, Poland. Retrieved from http://www.ifw.filg.uj.edu.pl/jazyk-i-metod
9. Kustova G.I. (2014). Shakhmatov’s lessons: syntactic phenomena at the sentence level (in Russian). International scientific conference devoted to the 150th anniversary of the birth of AA Shakhmatov . St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg State University. Retrieved from http://iling.spb.ru/confs/shaxmatov2014.html
10. Miklashevski A.A. (2014). Direct nomination in the chain associative experiment (in Russian). 52-d International science conference for young researchers “MNSK-2014″ sourcebook. Novosibirsk, Russia. Retrieved from http://issc.nsu.ru/
11. Miklashevski A.A. (2014). The image of the author of the visual text in light of frame theory (in Russian). I (XV) International conference of young researchers “Topical issues in linguistics and literary studies” (April 3-5 2014).
Posters, oral presentations, extended abstracts

1. Tsaregorodtseva O.V., Miklashevskiy A.A., Janyan A. (2014). Orientations of attention: words referring to the typical spatial location (up-down). Night Whites 2014. Abstracts. St. Petersburg, Russia. Retrieved from http://nightwhites2014.wordpress.com/abstracts/
2. Poddubny V., Polikarpov A. (2014). Evolutionary derivation of laws for multiple meaning and age- multiple meaning distributions of language signs ensembles // 20th Anniversary of IQLA and Journal of Quantitative Linguistics (JQL) International Quantitative Linguistics Conference (QUALICO), Olomouc, Czech Republic. Retrieved from http://www.iqla.org/qualico_2014/
3. Rezanova Z.I. (2014). Referential choice in the perception of gender weakly labeled metaphors: an experimental study (in Russian). The Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg), Russia.Retrieved from http://www.cogsci2010.ru/eng/attachment.aspx?Id=7978
4. Rezanova Z.I. (2014). Semantic-syntactic priming in referential choice processes
(weakly marked gender metaphors). Night Whites 2014. Abstracts. St. Petersburg, Russia. Retrieved from http://nightwhites2014.wordpress.com/abstracts/
5. Rezanova Z.I., Nekrasova E.D., Shilayev K.S., Gender-marked metaphors: influence of subject’s sex on referential choice – the book of abstracts Experimental Psycholinguistics Conference (ERP). Madrid, Spain. Retrieved from http://www.linguistic-institute.info/experimental.htm
6. Nekrasova E.D., The role of semantic component in the multimodal perception of verbal stimuli (experimental study) (Russian). Night Whites 2014. Abstracts. St. Petersburg, Russia. Retrieved from http://nightwhites2014.wordpress.com/abstracts/
7. Nekrasova E.D. (2014). Polymodal perception of verbal stimuli in conflict modalities ( experimental study) (in Russian). The Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg), Russia. Retrieved from http://www.cogsci2010.ru/eng/attachment.aspx?Id=7978
8. Mishankina N.A. (2014). Metaphorical conceptualization in scientific terminology: epistemological dimension (based on psychological terminology) (in Russian). The Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg), Russia. Retrieved from http://www.cogsci2010.ru/eng/attachment.aspx?Id=7978
9. Nagel O.V. Temnikova I.G. (2014). Visible Semantic priming and target effect across Russian and English with bilinguals of upper-intermediate level. Night Whites 2014. Abstracts. St. Petersburg, Russia. Retrieved from http://nightwhites2014.wordpress.com/abstracts/
10. Nagel O.V. Temnikova I.G. (2014). Visible semantic priming and target effect with bilinguals of advanced level. The Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg), Russia. Retrieved from http://www.cogsci2010.ru/eng/attachment.aspx?Id=7978
11. Poddubny V.V., Polikarpov A.A. (2014). Dissipative continuous stochastic model of the multiple meaning of language signs and concluded on the basis of its laws multiple meaning and age- distributions multiple meaning iconic ensembles (in Russian). Russian language: Historical Destiny and Present : V International Congress of Russian Language Researchers. Moscow, Russia. Retrieved from http://www.philol.msu.ru/~rlc2014/updates/
12. Tsaregorodtseva O. V., Miklashevski A. A., Janyan A. G. (2014). The spatial shift of attention (in Russian). The Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad (former Konigsberg), Russia. Retrieved from http://www.cogsci2010.ru/eng/attachment.aspx?Id=7978

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