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‘Figurative language understanding in LCCM Theory’. 2010.
Cognitive Linguistics 21-4: 601-662.
‘From the spatial to the non-spatial: The ‘state’ lexical concepts of in, on and at. 2010.
In V. Evans & P. Chilton (eds.). Language, Cognition & Space. Published by Equinox.
‘Semantic representation in LCCM Theory’.2009.
In New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics, edited by V. Evans and S. Pourcel. Published by John Benjamins.
How Words Mean:
Lexical concepts, cognitive models and meaning construction, 2009, Oxford University Press.
‘Towards a Cognitive Compositional Semantics: An Overview of LCCM Theory’. 2007.
In Further Insights into Semantics and Lexicography, edited by Ulf Magnusson, Henryk Kardela and Adam Glaz. pp. 11-42. Lublin, Poland: Wydawnictwo UMCS.
The Structure of Time:
Language, meaning and temporal cognition.2004, John Benjamins.
Evans, V. and Tyler, A.:
The Semantics of English Prepositions: Spatial Scenes, Embodied Meaning, and Cognition.
2003. Cambridge University Press.
Green, M. and Evans, V.:
Cognitive Linguistics: An Introduction. 2006.
Lawrence Erlbaum (Taylor & Francis), Edinburgh University Press.
A Glossary of Cognitive Linguistics. 2007.
University of Utah Press ( N. America ) and Edinburgh University Press (rest of world).
Lexical Concepts, Cognitive Models and Meaning-Construction. 2006. Cognitive Linguistics 17/4, 491-534