Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2023, 4 Andrej A. Kibrik Thought-Based Linguistics: How Languages Turn Thoughts into Sounds. Wallace Chafe’s concluding book 157-168
2023, 2 Alexey I. Vinyar Beyond syntacticocentric and lexicalist: Event-structural force-dynamic approach to noun incorporation and promotion to direct object in Amguema Chukchi 114-143
2022, 5 Tomi Koivunen, Riku Erkkilä The interaction between spatial cases and relational nouns in the Uralic languages of the Volga–Kama area 64-85
2022, 5 Riku Erkkilä How to distinguish between semantically close cases: A case study of Mordvin illative and lative 86-107
2022, 2 Andrej A. Kibrik [Review of:] T. Tenbrink. Cognitive Discourse Analysis: An introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020 151-156
2021, 5 Tore Nesset [Review of:] H. Diessel. The grammar network. How linguistic structure is shaped by language use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019 137-141
2020, 4 Yulia V. Nikolaeva [Review of:] A. Cienki, O. Iriskhanova (eds.). Aspectuality across languages: Event construal in speech and gesture. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018. xviii + 221 p. ISBN 9789027201249. 132-140
2019, 4 Sergey Yu. Boroday Language and cognition: A postrelativist research program 106-136
2016, 5 Anastasia B. Makarova The phenomenon of peripheral overlap in semantic networks: Russian prefixes PRI- and POD- 79-94
2016, 3 Irina G. Ovchinnikova, Tatyana V. Akhutina A. A. Kibrik, A. D. Koshelev (comps. and eds.). A. V. Kravchenko, Yu. V. Mazurova, O. V. Fedorova (eds.). Yazyk i mysl’: Sovremennaya kognitivnaya lingvistika [Language and thought: Contemporary cognitive linguistics]. Moscow: Yazyki slavyanskoi kul’tury, 2015. 848 p., ill. (Language and Reasoning). ISBN 978-5-9906039-9-8. 131-140