Neurocognitive Trends in the Structural-Functional Model of the Lexical-Semantic Way of Word Formation

Authors

  • Svitlana Shestakova Sumy National Agrarian University
  • Kateryna Dubinina Khmelnytskyi National University
  • Inessa Anikina Pavlo Tychyna Uman State Pedagogical University
  • Natalia Myronova Kyiv National Linguistic University
  • Olha Muratova Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages of the State Higher Education Institution "Donbas State Pedagogical University"
  • Tetiana Radionova Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages of the State Higher Education Institution "Donbas State Pedagogical University"

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18662/brain/13.3/365

Keywords:

lexical-semantic way of word formation, transfer, names of business associations, newly formed proper names, ergonyms and pragmonyms, special terms

Abstract

The article analyzes traditional views of Ukrainian linguists on the consideration/disregard of neurocognitive factors in the lexical-semantic way of word formation (hereinafter “LSWWF”). The relevance of the article lies in a pronounced divergence in the views, as well as in the contradictions in the interpretation of polysemy as a result of this type of word formation. Research methods include analysis of definitions and basic theories, comparison, extrapolation of a neuroscientific perspective on the cognitive nature of metaphorical generation of new meanings on traditional (structural and functional) approaches to linguistic phenomena. The article proves that Ukrainian linguistics involves prerequisites and basics of cognitive subject-based explanation of secondary semantics, present since the Soviet period, and lacks categorical and methodological tools for its interpretation. Besides, the authors of the article suggest some compromise solutions to these contradictions without completely abandoning traditional views on word formation. The international relevance of the article is seen in its attempts to reconsider the significant traditional achievements of Eastern European linguistics (on the example of Ukraine) in the context of objective natural neurocognitive views on key linguistic processes, in particular LSWWF.

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2022-09-30

How to Cite

Shestakova, S., Dubinina, K., Anikina, I., Myronova, N., Muratova, O., & Radionova, T. (2022). Neurocognitive Trends in the Structural-Functional Model of the Lexical-Semantic Way of Word Formation. BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 13(3), 236-251. https://doi.org/10.18662/brain/13.3/365

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