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Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics

A listserv dedicated to empirical testing of hypotheses in Cognitive Linguistics is now open. This e-list, the Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics List (EMCL-L), developed out of the Workshop on Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics held at Cornell University, May 2003.

EMCL-L is intended as a forum for researchers interested in all aspects of empirical work in Cognitive Linguistics. This includes, but is not limited to, experimental methods, statistics, and issues relating to the ways that Cognitive Linguistics theory can be tested empirically. Feel free to post questions, observations, TOC's etc. concerned with empirical methods.

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    Updated 1 Nov 2007

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