Full alignment of some but not all representations in dialogue

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (2):191-192 (2004)
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Abstract

I argue that alignment of linguistic representations and situation models in dialogue are qualitatively distinct. By virtue of the isomorphy between interlocutors' linguistic representations, interlocutors align their linguistic representations fully. However, evidence about situation models is indirect and mediated through language, with the result that alignment of situation models is only partial.

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