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 William Croft - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
William Croft (1956), American linguist and professor of linguistics. His major works include Radical Construction Grammar: Syntactic Theory in Typological Perspective (2001), Explaining Language Change: An Introduction to Current Approaches (2003), and Typology and Universals (1990). His fields of specialization are linguistics, grammatical theory, and cognitive linguistics.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Croft, William Causation   Causation
Croft, William Conceptual Space   Conceptual Space
Croft, William Verbs   Verbs

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-02-28