Pragmatics & Cognition

(The median citation count of Pragmatics & Cognition is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Metaphor and metonymy in Chinese and American political cartoons (2018–2019) about the Sino-US trade conflict6
Word norms and measures of linguistic reclamation for LGBTQ+ slurs3
Metaphor and mental shortcuts3
The role of the body in descriptions of emotions3
Memes as multimodal metaphors3
On the interpretation of utterances with expressive expletives2
Why truth matters2
The sound of taboo2
The expressive dimension of interpersonal coordination and collaborative remembering2
An experimental study of the detection of clicks in English2
Circumnavigating taboos2
Ad hoc concepts, affective attitude and epistemic stance1
Emotion metaphors in an awakening language1
Worrying about your future1
Borrowing and the historical LGBTQ lexicon1
Narrating and focalizing visually and visual-verbally in comics and graphic novels1
Pragmatic resolutions of temporal and aspectual mismatches1
Tongan honorifics and their underlying concepts ofmanaandtapu1
Discourse-pragmatic markers, fillers and filled pauses1
Ear and belly in Warlpiri descriptions of cognitive and emotional experience1
Interpretation, relevance and the ideological effects of discursive practice1
Investigation into the linguistic category membership of the Finnish planning particle tota1
“Slurs and thick terms: When language encodes values”0
Crosslinguistic paths of pragmatic development0
On the strength of presumptions0
L1 and non-L1 perceptions of discourse markers in English0
Between placeholder and filler0
The expression of emotions in Kunbarlang and its neighbours in the multilingual context of western and central Arnhem Land0
40 years of research into children’s irony comprehension0
Mirative evidentials, relevance and non‑propositional meaning0
‘Die’ and its different situation-bound utterances in Persian0
Linguistic and paralinguistic constraints on the function of(eu) acho queas DM in Brazilian Portuguese0
Sex, Death & Politics0
New Developments in Relevance Theory0
Exploring the status of filled pauses as pragmatic markers0
The role of non-connective discourse cues and their interaction with connectives0
Emotion, Body and Mind across a Continent0
Recalling presupposed information0
Modular vs. diagrammatic reasoning0
From implicit to explicit0
When humour questions taboo0
The annotative dual-clause juxtaposition construction in Japanese0
Presupposing values0
Non-standard uses of hybrid evaluatives and the echoic view0
Linguistic and pragmatic ways of committing oneself0
A properly pragmatist pragmatics0
The three-dot sign in language contact0
Too big to bind?0
New developments in relevance theory0
Be happy when your stomach is0
“Dr. Shelby, that’s a world record!”0
Being ambivalent by exploiting indeterminacy in the explicit import of an utterance0
Mathematics, relevance theory and the situated cognition paradigm0
Obscene language and the renegotiation of gender roles in post-Soviet contexts0
Feeling through your chest0
An overview of the Japanese copuladaas an utterance-final expression in conversation0
Monolingual and bilingual children’s performance learning words from ostensive teaching0
Reply to commentaries0
Sex, death & politics – taboos in language0
Managing turns, building common ground, planning discourse0
A new perspective on the Basque kopla zaharrak from the Moroccan ayyus0
Discourse-pragmatic markers, fillers and filled pauses0
The body and the verb0
Onomatopoeia, translation and relevance0