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. Marosi , E. ( 1996 ): Magyarok középkori ábrázolásai és az orientalizmus a középkori művészetben [Mediaeval representations of Hungarians and orientalism in mediaeval art]. Néprajzi Értesítő. Annales Musei Ethnographiae Vol. 77, pp. 77

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of alexithymia and psychiatric disturbances. Psychother. Psychosom., 1992, 57 (1), 42–49. 3 Látos, M., Barabás, G., Lázár, Gy., et al.: Mental representations

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in mental representations and their use in social perception: A theory-based approach to significant-other representations and transference. In G. B. Moskowitz (ed.): Cognitive Social Psychology. The Princeton Symposium on the Legacy and Future of

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In this paper, we get integral representations for the quintic Airy functions as the four linearly independent solutions of differential equation y (4) + xy = 0. Also, new integral representations for the products of these functions are obtained in terms of the Bessel functions and the Riesz fractional derivatives of these products are given.

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–167. Aziz-Zadeh , L., Wilson , S. M., Rizzolatti , G., Iacobini , M. (2006) Congruent Embodied Representations for Visually Presented Actions and Linguistic Phrases Describing Actions. Current Biology, 16 , 1813

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Learning & Perception
Authors: Alexandra Bendixen, Tamás M. Bőhm, Orsolya Szalárdy, Robert Mill, Susan L. Denham and István Winkler

common principles of perceptual organization. Current Biology, 16, 1351–1357. Rahne, T., Sussman, E. (2009): Neural representations of auditory input accommodate to the context in a dynamically changing acoustic environment

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Morton, J. B., Munakata, Y. (2002): Active vs latent representations: A neural network model of perseveration, dissociation, and decalage. Developmental Psychobiology , 40 , 255–265. Munakata Y

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phonological representations, part II . Dordrecht, Cinnaminson : Foris . 337 – 383 . Steriade , Donca . 2000 . Paradigm uniformity and the phonetics-phonology boundary . In M

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. ( 1994 ): Méthodologie de recueil des représentations sociales . In: J. C. Abric (ed.), Pratiques sociales et representations . Paris , Presses Universitaire de France , 59 – 82 . 2

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Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Authors: Sašo Živanović and Markus Pöchtrager

The article illustrates some of the salient features of Government Phonology (GP) 2.0 by axiomatising (a subclass of) the set of possible Putonghua forms.We show that a phonological theory can profit by assuming that phonological representations are hierarchical, just like syntactic representations. A structural relation of c++command, a relative of the well-known c-command, is used heavily. The similarity with syntax is further underlined by the introduction of a phonological Binding Theory: illicit representations are prohibited by the LUxI Principles, the phonological counterpart of Principles A, B and C.

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