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Spatial features of angular drawing movements in Parkinson's disease patients.
The present study shows that drawings from Parkinson's disease (PD) patients display specific spatial features when compared to those produced by age-matched controls. Their drawings are globallyExpand
Exclamatives in the functional typology of insubordination: Evidence from complement insubordinate constructions in Spanish
Abstract Insubordination is defined as the phenomenon whereby a formally subordinate clause is conventionally used as a main or independent clause. Evans (2007) identifies three macro-functions ofExpand
An interactional account of discourse-connective que-constructions in Spanish
Abstract This paper offers an interactional analysis of discourse-connective que-constructions in Spanish. In particular, we discuss how these constructions operate at discourse level and we analyzeExpand
[The gaze and functional hemispheric activation in normal subjects].
The aim of this work was to determine whether the study of lateral and vertical conjugated eye movement could serve as an indicator of the functional hemispheric activation. Questions of vocabulary,Expand
On the interactional dimension of evidentials: The case of the Spanish evidential discourse markers
Spanish has a series of evidential discourse markers that combine the lexical semantics of visual perception with reference to inference or hearsay, for example, evidentemente ‘evidently’, por loExpand
Un caso de variación pragmático-discursiva: que inicial en tres variedades dialectales del español
Abstract This paper presents a corpus-based interactional analysis of non-embedded indicative que-clauses (IQCs) in three regional varieties of Spanish (Madrid, Spain; Santiago de Chile, Chile; andExpand
Evidentiality and Socioepistemic Status of Participants. A Case Study of Spanish por lo visto ‘seemingly’ and al parecer ‘apparently’
This paper presents an interactional approach to the evidential discourse markers por lo visto ‘seemingly’ and al parecer ‘apparently’. It is shown that these markers show a clear preference forExpand
[Different theories of memory: which to choose?].