Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2020, 4 Yuliya 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
2014, 2 Julija L. Kuznecova Robots, evolution, and construction grammar. 110-119
2013, 4 Julija L. Kuznecova, Laura A. Janda Prefixes from the point of view of cognitive linguistics and typology (an answer to the paper by A.A. Zaliznjak and I.L. Mikaeljan). 87-96
2013, 1 Dina B. Nikuličeva P. Durst-Andersen. Bag om sproget. Det kulturmentale univers i sprog og kommunikation. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2011. 200 s. 136-140
2012, 6 Laura A. Janda Russian prefixes as a verb classifier system. 3-47
2010, 6 Julija L. Kuznecova, Tatyana V. Veleyshikova Modern studies in corpus linguistics: new approaches 108-124
2010, 5 Marina R. Shumarina N.D. Golev (ed.). Everyday metalinguistic consciousness: ontological and gnoseological features. Kemerovo; Barnaul: Atlaic university press, 2009. 140-143