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Crosslinguistic influence on headedness of novel English compounds: Evidence from bilingual speakers of Te Reo Māori and English
This article explores the hypothesis that bilingual knowledge of different compounding patterns can influence the interpretation of a set of novel English noun-noun compounds. The focus of the study is on bilingual speakers ...
Figurative processes in meaning interpretation: A case study of novel English compounds
This article contributes to cognitive semantic research on the construal of figurative meaning in noun-noun compounds. Previous studies in this field have shown a predilection towards using conceptual blending theory in ...