Category Archives: Cognitive Linguistics

Mixed-Initiative Dialogue Systems, Perception, Visualization, Simulation and Imagination

Publications pertinent to descriptive rhetoric, writing and screenplay writing include: Rhetorical Status of the Descriptive by Philippe Hamon and Patricia Baudoin, Ekphrasis and Representation by James A. W. Heffernan, Picture Theory: Essays on Verbal and Visual Representation by William J. T. Mitchell, Pictures into Words: Theoretical and Descriptive Approaches to Ekphrasis edited by Valerie Robillard and Els Jongeneel, Writing for Art: The Aesthetics of Ekphrasis by Stephen Cheeke, Descriptive Imagery by Michael Riffaterre, From Image Sequences towards Conceptual Descriptions by Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Natural Language Description of Time-varying Scenes by Bernd Neumann, Time in Language, Situation Models, and Mental Simulations by Rolf A. Zwaan, Pictorial Models and Narrative Ekphrasis by Tamar Yacobi, Action, Action Description, and Narrative by Teun A. van Dijk, Description and Event in Narrative by Peter Klaus, Description, Narrative and Representation by Ruth Ronen, Description, Narrative, and Explanation: Text-type Categories and the Cognitive Foundations of Discourse Competence by David Herman, The Poetics of Ekphrasis by John Hollander, Toward a Poetics of “Descriptized” Narration by Harold F. Mosher, Towards a Typology, Poetics and History of Description in Fiction by Ansgar Nünning, Painting, Poetry, Parallelism: Ekphrasis, Stylistics and Cognitive Poetics by Peter Verdonk, Cognitive Poetics and Imagery by Line Brandt and Per Aage Brandt, The Visuospatial Dimension of Writing by Thierry Olive and Jean-Michel Passerault, Verbal, Visual, and Spatial Working Memory in Written Language Production by Ronald T. Kellogg, Thierry Olive and Annie Piolat, Verbal, Visual, and Spatial Working Memory Demands During Text Composition by Thierry Olive, Ronald T. Kellogg and Annie Piolat, The Role of Visuospatial Sketchpad in the Written Production of Descriptive and Argumentative Texts by Jean-Michel Passerault and Jérôme Dinet, The Contribution of Different Components of Working Memory to Knowledge Transformation During Writing by David Galbraith, Sheila Ford, Gillian Walker and Jessica Ford, The Represented World: Toward a Phenomenological Theory of Description in the Novel by Alexander Gelley, Narrative Ways of Worldmaking by David Herman, The Making of Fictional Worlds: Processes, Features, and Functions by Vera Nünning, The Creation and Comprehension of Fictional Worlds by Deena S. Weisberg and Development of Beliefs About Storybook Reality by Jacqueline D. Woolley and Victoria Cox.

Publications pertinent to descriptive rhetoric and reading include: Language and Perception by George A. Miller and Philip N. Johnson-Laird, The Relationship of Language to the Formation of Concepts by Eric H. Lenneberg, Language and Simulation in Conceptual Processing by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Ava Santos, W. Kyle Simmons and Christine D. Wilson, Mental Simulation in Literal and Figurative Language Understanding by Benjamin Bergen, Imagination and Simulation in Audience Responses to Fiction by Alvin I. Goldman, Reading Imaginatively: The Imagination in Cognitive Science and Cognitive Literary Studies by Emily T. Troscianko, Fidelity Without Mimesis: Mental Imagery from Visual Description by Anežka Kuzmičová, From Text to Images through Meanings by Jayakumar S. Kandhasamy and Ming Xie, Spatial and Linguistic Aspects of Visual Imagery in Sentence Comprehension by Benjamin K. Bergen, Shane Lindsay, Teenie Matlock and Srini Narayanan, Spatial Language, Visual Attention, and Perceptual Simulation by Kenny R. Coventry, Dermot Lynott, Angelo Cangelosi, Lynn Monrouxe, Dan Joyce and Daniel C. Richardson, A Theory of Vague Adjectives Grounded in Relevant Observables by Brandon Bennett, Language and Event Perception: Steps toward a Synthesis by Robert R. Verbrugge, Understanding Scene Descriptions as Event Simulations by David L. Waltz, “Situated Events” in Fictional Worlds: The Reader’s Role in Context Construction by Catherine Emmott, Simulation and Knowledge of Action edited by Jérôme Dokic and Joëlle Proust, Perception, Action, and Word Meanings in the Human Brain: The Case from Action Verbs by Marina Bedny and Alfonso Caramazza, Spatial Representations Activated During Real-time Comprehension of Verbs by Daniel C. Richardson, Michael J. Spivey, Lawrence W. Barsalou and Ken McRae, Reading Stories Activates Neural Representations of Visual and Motor Experiences by Nicole K. Speer, Jeremy R. Reynolds, Khena M. Swallow and Jeffrey M. Zacks, Mental Imagery in the Experience of Literary Narrative: Views from Embodied Cognition by Anežka Kuzmičová, Interpreting Words, Interpreting Worlds by John Gibson, Seeing What They Read and Hearing What They Say: Readers’ Representation of the Story Characters’ World by Celia M. Klin and April M. Drumm, The Immersed Experiencer: Toward an Embodied Theory of Language Comprehension by Rolf A. Zwaan, The Experiential View of Language Comprehension by Barbara Kaup, Rolf A. Zwaan and Jana Lüdtke, Embodied Experience and Linguistic Meaning by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr., Differential Roles for Visuospatial and Verbal Working Memory in Situation Model Construction by Naomi P. Friedman and Akira Miyake, Situation Models: The Mental Leap into Imagined Worlds by Rolf A. Zwaan, Perceptual Components of Situation Models by Rebecca Fincher-Kiefer and Embodied Cognition, Perceptual Symbols, and Situation Models by Rolf A. Zwaan.

Publications pertinent to perception include: The Senses Considered as Perceptual Systems by James J. Gibson, Perceptions of Perceptual Symbols by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Perceptual Organization Influences Visual Working Memory by Geoffrey F. Woodman, Shaun P. Vecera and Steven J. Luck, Perceptual Processing Affects Conceptual Processing by Saskia van Dantzig, Diane Pecher, René Zeelenberg and Lawrence W. Barsalou, The Emergence of Semantic Meaning in the Ventral Temporal Pathway by Thomas A. Carlson, Ryan A. Simmons, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte and L. Robert Slevc, Integrating Episodic and Semantic Information in Memory for Natural Scenes by Pernille Hemmer and Mark Steyvers, Toward a Cognitive Semantics by Leonard Talmy, Episodic and Semantic Memory by Endel Tulving, Grounded Semantic Composition for Visual Scenes by Peter Gorniak and Deb K. Roy, Visual Event Perception by Gunnar Johansson, Grounding Conceptual Knowledge in Modality-specific Systems by Lawrence W. Barsalou, W. Kyle Simmons, Aron K. Barbey and Christine D. Wilson, Coming of Age: A Review of Embodiment and the Neuroscience of Semantics by Lotte Meteyard, Sara R. Cuadrado, Bahador Bahrami and Gabriella Vigliocco, A Continuous Semantic Space Describes the Representation of Thousands of Object and Action Categories across the Human Brain by Alexander G. Huth, Shinji Nishimoto, An T. Vu and Jack L. Gallant, Event Structure in Perception and Conception by Jeffrey M. Zacks and Barbara Tversky, Attention, Perception and Memory: An Integrated Introduction by Elizabeth A. Styles, Memory for Elements of a Complex Scene: Binding and the Influence of Attention by Stephanie L. Martin, Attention during Natural Vision Warps Semantic Representation across the Human Brain by Tolga Çukur, Shinji Nishimoto, Alexander G. Huth and Jack L. Gallant, Interactions between Attention and Working Memory by Edward Awh, Edward K. Vogel and Sei-Hwan Oh, Contextual Cueing of Visual Attention by Marvin M. Chun, Visual Objects in Context by Moshe Bar, Contextual Priming for Object Detection by Antonio Torralba, Imagery, Context Availability, Contextual Constraint, and Abstractness by Katja Wiemer-Hastings, Jan Krug and Xu Xu, The Role of Context in Object Recognition by Aude Oliva and Antonio Torralba, Context, Attention and Depth of Processing during Interpretation by Anthony J. Sanford, Selective Attention to the Parts of an Object by Shaun P. Vecera, Marlene Behrmann and John McGoldrick, Exploration of Complex Visual Feature Spaces for Object Perception by Daniel D. Leeds, John A. Pyles and Michael J. Tarr, The Development of Features in Object Concepts by Philippe G. Schyns, Robert L. Goldstone and Jean-Pierre Thibaut, Storage of Features, Conjunctions, and Objects in Visual Working Memory by Steven J. Luck, Geoffrey F. Woodman and Edward K. Vogel, Property Generation Reflects Word Association and Situated Simulation by Ava Santos, Sergio E. Chaigneau, W. Kyle Simmons and Lawrence W. Barsalou, Perceptual Simulation in Conceptual Combination: Evidence from Property Generation by Ling-ling Wu and Lawrence W. Barsalou, Perceptual Simulation in Property Verification by Karen O. Solomon and Lawrence W. Barsalou, Verifying Different-modality Properties for Concepts Produces Switching Costs by Diane Pecher, René Zeelenberg and Lawrence W. Barsalou, Automatic Activation of Episodic Information in a Semantic Memory Task by Gail McKoon and Roger Ratcliff, Perceptual Knowledge Retrieval Activates Sensory Brain Regions by Robert F. Goldberg, Charles A. Perfetti and Walter Schneider, Imagery and Mental Processes by Allan Paivio, Dynamics of Brain Processing During Mental Imagery by Livia Tomova, Using Imagination to Understand the Neural Basis of Episodic Memory by Demis Hassabis, Dharshan Kumaran and Eleanor A. Maguire and The Role of Imagination in Perception by Michael Pendlebury.

Publications pertinent to semiotics and imagination include: Semiosis, Cognition, Interpretation by Jerzy Pelc, Semiosis as a Multimodal Process by Ferdinando Arzarello, Speaking of Art as Embodied Imagination: A Multisensory Approach to Understanding Aesthetic Experience by Annamma Joy and John F. Sherry Jr., On Minds and Symbols: The Relevance of Cognitive Science for Semiotics by Thomas C. Daddesio, Perception, Interpretation, and the Signs of Art by Robert E. Innis, Phenomenology and Art by José Ortega y Gasset, The Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience by Mikel Dufrenne, Art and Imagination by Margaret MacDonald, Sensory Fluidity: Dialogues of Imagination in Art by Kathleen Coessens and Imagination, Philosophy, and the Arts edited by Matthew Kieran and Dominic Lopes.

Publications pertinent to the cognitive science of imagination include: Imagination as Simulation: Aesthetics Meets Cognitive Science by Gregory Currie, Handbook of Imagination and Mental Simulation by William M. P. Klein, Julie A. Suhr and Keith D. Markman, Simulation Theory and Mental Concepts by Alvin I. Goldman, Situated Simulation in the Human Conceptual System by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Imagining: A Phenomenological Study by Edward S. Casey, Cognitive Control and Episodic Memory by Anthony D. Wagner and Voluntary and Automatic Attentional Control of Visual Working Memory by Brandon K. Schmidt, Edward K. Vogel, Geoffrey F. Woodman and Steven J. Luck.

Publications pertinent to imagination and epistemology include: Imagination and Epistemology by Jonathan Ichikawa, When an Image Turns Into Knowledge: The Role of Visualization in Thought Experimentation by Miriam Reiner and John Gilbert, Interrogation of a Dynamic Visualization During Learning by Richard K. Lowe, The Philosophy and Epistemology of Simulation: A Review by Till Grüne-Yanoff and Paul Weirich, Epistemological Perspectives on Simulation by Ulrich Frank and Klaus G. Troitzsch, How Can Computer Simulations Produce New Knowledge? by Claus Beisbart, The Role of Semantics in Games and Simulations by Tim Tutenel, Rafael Bidarra, Ruben M. Smelik and Klaas Jan de Kraker, Using Semantics to Improve the Design of Game Worlds by Tim Tutenel, Ruben Michaël Smelik, Rafael Bidarra and Klaas Jan de Kraker, The Increasing Role of Semantics in Object Modeling by Willem F. Bronsvoort, Rafael Bidarra, Hilderick A. van der Meiden and Tim Tutenel, A Method for Specifying Semantics of Large Sets of 3D Models by Xin Zhang, Tim Tutenel, Rong Mo, Rafael Bidarra and Willem F. Bronsvoort and Overview: Semantic Management of 3D Objects by Claudia Ciorascu, Christophe Künzi and Kilian Stoffel.

Publications pertinent to cognitive pragmatics and imagination include: Mental Simulation in Language Comprehension and Social Cognition by Rolf A. Zwaan, Visual and Cognitive Viewpoint in an Interactional Task by Shweta Narayan, Cooperative Meaning Construction in an Interactional Task by Zachary Weinberg, Shweta Narayan and Rafael Núñez, Discourse Models as Interfaces between Language and the Spatial World by Simon C. Garrod and Anthony J. Sanford, Coupling Perception and Simulation: Steps Towards Conversational Robotics by Kai-yuh Hsiao, Nikolaos Mavridis and Deb K. Roy, Mental Imagery for a Conversational Robot by Deb K. Roy, Kai-Yuh Hsiao and Nikolaos Mavridis, Computational Models for Integrating Linguistic and Visual Information: A Survey by Rohini K. Srihari and Towards Robot Imagination through Object Feature Inference by Juan G. Victores, Santiago Morante, Alberto Jardón and Carlos Balaguer.

Publications pertinent to scientific visualization and multimedia instructional design include: A Multi-level Typology of Abstract Visualization Tasks by Matthew Brehmer and Tamara Munzner, Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative by Edward R. Tufte and E. Weise Moeller, The Role of Narrative in Multimedia Learning by Myrna E. Diamond, What Storytelling Can Do for Information Visualization by Nahum Gershon and Ward Page, Verbal Frames and Ekphrastic Figuration by Tamar Yacobi, Visualization Rhetoric: Framing Effects in Narrative Visualization by Jessica Hullman and Nicholas Diakopoulos, Narrative Visualization: Telling Stories with Data by Edward Segel and Jeffrey Heer, Narrative Visualization: Sharing Insights into Complex Data by Graham Dove and Sara Jones, A Deeper Understanding of Sequence in Narrative Visualization by Jessica Hullman, Steven Drucker, Nathalie Henry Riche, Bongshin Lee, Danyel Fisher and Eytan Adar, Space, Time and Visual Analytics by Gennady Andrienko, Natalia Andrienko, Urska Demsar, Doris Dransch, Jason Dykes, Sara Irina Fabrikant, Mikael Jern, Menno-Jan Kraak, Heidrun Schumann and Christian Tominski, Verbalization of 3D Scenes based on Natural Language Generation Techniques by Vassilios Golfinopoulos, Dimitrios Makris, Georgios Bardis, Georgios Miaoulis and Dimitri Plemenos, Incremental Natural Language Description of Dynamic Imagery by Gerd Herzog, Chen-Ko Sung, Elisabeth André, Wilfried Enkelmann, Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Thomas Rist, Wolfgang Wahlster and Georg Zimmermann, Generating Coordinated Natural Language and 3D Animations for Complex Spatial Explanations by Stuart Towns and Charles B. Callaway and James C. Lester and Visual Semantic Approach for Virtual Scene Generation by Xin Zeng.

Publications pertinent to story visualization include: The Development of a Language Interface for 3D Scene Generation by Xin Zeng and Man Ling Tan, Toward Text-to-picture Synthesis by Andrew B. Goldberg, Jake Rosin, Xiaojin Zhu and Charles R. Dyer, An Ontology-based Approach to Text-to-picture Synthesis Systems by Dmitry Ustalov and Aleksander Kudryavtsev, Reconstructing Spatial Image from Natural Language Texts by Atsushi Yamada, Tadashi Yamamoto, Hisashi Ikeda, Toyoaki Nishida and Shuji Doshita, A Visually Grounded Natural Language Interface for Reference to Spatial Scenes by Peter Gorniak and Deb K. Roy, Extraction of Visual Material and Spatial Information from Text Description for Scene Visualization by Xin Zeng, Man Ling Tan, and W. Jing Chen, From Text Descriptions to Interactive 3D Scene Reconstruction by Man Ling Tan and Xin Zeng, A New Framework for Automatic 3D Scene Construction from Text Description by Jiajie Lu, Canlin Li, Chao Yin and Lizhuang Ma, Real-time Automatic 3D Scene Generation from Natural Language Voice and Text Descriptions by Lee M. Seversky and Lijun Yin, Visual Translator: Linking Perceptions and Natural Language Descriptions by Gerd Herzog and Peter Wazinski, Learning Visually Grounded Words and Syntax for a Scene Description Task by Deb K. Roy, Perceptually Grounded Word Meaning Acquisition: A Computational Model by Claudius Gläser and Frank Joublin, A Computational Model of Embodied Language Learning by Chen Yu and Dana H. Ballard, Towards Situated Speech Understanding: Visual Context Priming of Language Models by Deb K. Roy and Niloy Mukherjee, 3D Visualization of Simple Natural Language Statement Using Semantic Description by Rabiah A. Kadir, Abdul R. M. Hashim, Rahmita Wirza and Aida Mustapha, Understanding Scenes by Vassilios S. Golfinopoulos, Multiple Scene Understanding for Declarative Scene Modelling by Vassilios S. Golfinopoulos, Georgios Bardis, Dimitrios Makris, Georgios Miaoulis and Dimitri Plemenos, Depicting Dynamics Using Principles of Visual Art and Narrations by Marc Nienhaus and Jurgen Dollner, 3D Scene Creation Using Story-based Descriptions by Xin Zeng, Qasim H. Mehdi and Norman E. Gough, A Review of Scene Visualization Based on Language Descriptions by Xin Zeng and Man Ling Tan, Shape of the Story: Story Visualization Techniques by Xin Zeng, Qasim H. Mehdi, Norman E. Gough, Virtual Human Animation in Natural Language Visualisation by Minhua Ma and Paul McKevitt and Theatrical Text to 3D Virtual Scenography by Rabiafaranjato Velonoromanalintantely, Tahiry Andriamarozakaina, Cédric Sanza, Véronique Gaildrat, Monique Martinez-Thomas and Pouget Matthieu.

Publications pertinent to computer-aided design, creativity and group creativity include: Towards a Natural Language Interface for CAD by Tariq Samad and Stephen W. Director, The Language of Design by Andy Dong, Aspects of Language Use in Design Conversation by Friedrich Glock, Analysing Conversation: Studying Design as Social Action by Ben Matthews and Trine Heinemann, Exploring the Relationship between Lexical Behavior and Concept Formation in Design Conversations by Andy Dong, Kevin Davies and David McInnes, Using Language as Related Stimuli for Concept Generation by Ivey Chiu and L. H. Shu, Concept Formation as Knowledge Accumulation: A Computational Linguistics Study by Andy Dong, A Comparative Analysis of Multimodal Communication during Design Sketching in Co-located and Distributed Environments by Ozgur Eris, Nikolas Martelaro and Petra Badke-Schaub, Interaction, External Representation and Sense Making by David Kirsh, A Framework for the Study of External Representations in Collaborative Design Settings by Erica de Vries and Cédric Masclet, Sketching and the Psychology of Design by Rudolf Arnheim, Drawing as a Means to Design Reasoning by Ellen Yi-Luen Do and Mark D. Gross, Sketches from a Design Process: Creative Cognition Inferred from Intermediate Products by Saskia Jaarsveld and Cees Leeuwen, Representing Design Intents for Design Thinking Process Modelling by Jihong Liu and Zhaoyang Sun, Shared Design Thinking Process Model for Supporting Collaborative Design by Junpeng Du, Shikai Jing and Jihong Liu, The Role of Mental Models in Collaborative Sketching by Wei Xiang, Lingyun Sun, Shi Chen, Zhiyuan Yang and Zheng Liu, Shared Understanding as a Condition for Team Design by Rianne C. Valkenburg, Team Mental Models in Design by Petra Badke-Schaub, Kristina Lauche, and André Neumann, Investigating Design Cognition in the Construction and Enactment of Team Mental Models by Andy Dong, Maaike S. Kleinsmann and Fleur Deken, Cognitive, Collaborative, Conceptual and Creative — Four Characteristics of the Next Generation of Knowledge-based CAD Systems: A Study in Biologically Inspired Design by Ashok K. Goel, Swaroop Vattam, Bryan Wiltgen and Michael Helms, Creativity, Cooperation and Interactive Design by Susanne Bødker, Christina Nielsen and Marianne Graves Petersen, Research on Computer-aided Creative Design Platform based on Creativity Model by Xiaoying Liu, Yan Li, Peiyuan Pan and Wenqiang Li, Structuring Information for Design Problem Solving by Erica de Vries, The Role of Imagination in Creativity by Dustin Stokes, Explorations of Creative Visual Synthesis in Mental Imagery by Ronald A. Finke and Karen Slayton, Creative Imagery: Discoveries and Inventions in Visualization by Ronald A. Finke, Creativity in Design: Analyzing and Modeling the Creative Leap by Nigel Cross, Creativity, Emergence and Evolution in Design by John S. Gero, Computational Models of Innovative and Creative Design Processes by John S. Gero, A Computational View of Design Creativity by William J. Mitchell, Creativity and Design as Exploration by Brian Logan and Tim Smithers, Towards a Model of Exploration in Computer-aided Design by John S. Gero, A Model of Co-evolutionary Design by Mary Lou Maher, Co-evolution as a Computational and Cognitive Model of Design by Mary Lou Maher and Hsien-Hui Tang, Creativity: Understanding Innovation in Problem Solving, Science, Invention, and the Arts by Robert W. Weisberg, Creative Cognition as a Window on Creativity by Thomas B. Ward, Metacognition in Creativity by Bonnie B. Armbruster, Concept Generation Support by Conceptual Blending: Multi-area Inspiration Search by Do Thanh Mai, Perspectives on Concept Generation and Design Creativity by Toshiharu Taura and Yukari Nagai and A Systematized Theory of Creative Concept Generation in Design: First-order and High-order Concept Generation by Toshiharu Taura and Yukari Nagai.

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Thought Experiments

Publications pertinent to thought experiments include: Thought Experiments in Methodological and Historical Contexts edited by Katerina Ierodiakonou and Sophie Roux, Thought Experiments by Roy A. Sorensen, Thought Experiments by James Robert Brown and Yiftach Fehige, Thought Experiments by Tamar S. Gendler, Thought Experiments: Determining their Meaning by Igal Galili, Thought Experiments in Science and Philosophy by Tamara Horowitz and Gerald Massey and Thought Experiments in Science, Philosophy, and Mathematics by James R. Brown.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments, epistemology and imagination include: An Epistemological Role for Thought Experiments by Michael Bishop, Imagination and Epistemology by Jonathan Ichikawa, Imagination and Insight: A New Account of the Content of Thought Experiments by Letitia Meynell, When an Image Turns Into Knowledge: The Role of Visualization in Thought Experimentation by Miriam Reiner and John Gilbert, Interrogation of a Dynamic Visualization During Learning by Richard K. Lowe, Imagery and Mental Processes by Allan Paivio, Dynamics of Brain Processing During Mental Imagery by Livia Tomova, Voluntary and Automatic Attentional Control of Visual Working Memory by Brandon K. Schmidt, Geoffrey F. Woodman, Edward K. Vogel and Steven J. Luck, Perceptual Simulation in Conceptual Tasks by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Karen O. Solomon and Ling-Ling Wu, Situated Simulation in the Human Conceptual System by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Using Imagination to Understand the Neural Basis of Episodic Memory by Demis Hassabis, Dharshan Kumaran and Eleanor A. Maguire and Episodic and Semantic Memory by Endel Tulving.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and argumentation include: Why Thought Experiments are not Arguments by Michael A. Bishop, On Thought Experiments: Is There More to the Argument? by John D. Norton and Intuition Pumps and the Proper Use of Thought Experiments by Elke Brendel.

Publications pertinent to mathematical thought experiments, argumentation and creativity include: Deiknymi by Jan Gonda, On the First Greek Mathematical Proof by Vassilis Karasmanis, On Mathematical Thought Experiments by Marco Buzzoni, Thought Experimentation and Mathematical Innovation by Eduard Glas, The Varieties of Mathematical Explanation by Paolo Mancosu and Johannes Hafner, The Meaning of Proof in Mathematics Education by David A. Reid, Proof and Proving in Mathematics Education by Maria A. Mariotti, The Role of Mental Argumentation in Mathematics Vis-à-vis Property Perception and the Operational Mode by Joanna Mamona-Downs, Necessary Realignments from Mental Argumentation to Proof Presentation by Joanna Mamona-Downs and Martin Downs, Representation of Mathematical Concepts for Inferencing and for Presentation Purposes by Martin Pollet, Andreas Franke, Armin Fiedler, Helmut Horacek, Markus Moschner and Volker Sorge, Making Actions in the Proving Process Explicit, Visible, and “Reflectable” by Kerry McKee, Milos Savic, John Selden and Annie Selden, Granularity-adaptive Proof Presentation by Christoph Benzmüller and Marvin Schiller and Interpretation of Scientific or Mathematical Concepts: Cognitive Issues and Instructional Implications by Frederick Reif.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and science include: Tracing the Development of Thought Experiments in the Philosophy of the Natural Sciences by Aspasia S. Moue, Kyriakos A. Masavetas and Haido Karayianni, Thought Experiment in the Natural Sciences by Marco Buzzoni, Galileo and the Indispensability of Scientific Thought Experiment by Tamar S. Gendler, Thought Experiments Since the Scientific Revolution by James R. Brown, Thought Experiments in Scientific Reasoning by Andrew D. Irvine, The Role of Imagistic Simulation in Scientific Thought Experiments by John J. Clement, The Nature and Role of Thought Experiments in Solving Conceptual Physics Problems by Şule Dönertaş Kösem and Ömer Faruk Özdemir, The Evidential Significance of Thought Experiment in Science by James W. McAllister, Why Thought Experiments do not Transcend Empiricism by John D. Norton, Experimentation and the Meaning of Scientific Concepts by Theodore Arabatzis, Thought Experiments and Physics Education by Hugh Helm, John Gilbert and D. Michael Watts, The Context of Thought Experiments in Physics Learning by Miriam Reiner, Thought Experiments in Science and in Science Education by Mervi A. Asikainen and Pekka E. Hirvonen, Thought Experiments in Science Education: Potential and Current Realization by John K. Gilbert and Miriam Reiner, Understanding and Teaching Important Scientific Thought Processes by Frederick Reif, Visualization: A Metacognitive Skill in Science and Science Education by John K. Gilbert, Prospects for Scientific Visualization as an Educational Technology by Douglas N. Gordin and Roy D. Pea and Mental Models: Theoretical Issues for Visualizations in Science Education by David N. Rapp.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and mental models: Mental Models and Thought Experiments by Nenad Miščević, Thought Experiments and Conceptual Revision by Ian Winchester, Mental Models, Conceptual Models, and Modelling by Ileana M. Greca and Marco A. Moreira, Model Building for Conceptual Change by David Jonassen, Johannes Strobel and Joshua Gottdenker, Model-based Reasoning in Conceptual Change by Nancy J. Nersessian, Mental Modeling in Conceptual Change by Nancy J. Nersessian and Thought Experiments and the Belief in Phenomena by James W. McAllister.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments, linguistics and pragmatics include: Thought Experiments in Linguistics by Sarah G. Thomason, Data and Evidence in Linguistics: A Plausible Argumentation Model by András Kertész and Csilla R. Kosi, From Thought Experiments to Real Experiments in Pragmatics by András Kertész and Ferenc Kiefer, The Puzzle of Thought Experiments in Conceptual Metaphor Research by András Kertész and Pragmatic Evidence, Context, and Story Design: An Essay on Recent Developments in Experimental Pragmatics by Jörg Meibauer.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and philosophy include: Thought Experiments in Philosophy by Soren Haggqvist, Philosophical Thought Experiments, Intuitions, and Cognitive Equilibrium by Tamar S. Gendler, Intuition, Imagination, and Philosophical Methodology by Tamar S. Gendler and Philosophical Thought Experiments as Excercises in Conceptual Analysis by Christian Nimtz.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and ethics include: The Gedankenexperiment Method of Ethics by Michael W. Jackson, The Role of Imaginary Cases in Ethics by Jonathan Dancy and Variations in Ethical Intuitions by Jennifer L. Zamzow and Shaun Nichols.

Publications pertinent to thought experiments and narrative include: Thought Experiments, Hypotheses, and Cognitive Dimension of Literary Fiction by Iris Vidmar, Thought Experiments and Fictional Narratives by David Davies, Fiction as Thought Experiment by Catherine Z. Elgin, Narrative Experiments and Imaginative Inquiry by Noel Gough and The Call of Stories: Teaching and the Moral Imagination by Robert Coles.

Interactive Narrative and Personality

Publications pertinent to personality, attribution and narrative include: Introduction to Personality by Walter Mischel, Theories of Personality by Calvin S. Hall and Gardner Lindzey, Toward a Cognitive Social Learning Reconceptualization of Personality by Walter Mischel, A Cognitive-affective System Theory of Personality: Reconceptualizing Situations, Dispositions, Dynamics, and Invariance in Personality Structure by Walter Mischel and Yuichi Shoda, Motivation and Personality by Abraham H. Maslow, Robert Frager and Ruth Cox, Traits, States, and Situations: A Comprehensive View by Anne Anastasi, Modeling the Personality of Participants during Group Interactions by Bruno Lepri, Nadia Mana, Alessandro Cappelletti, Fabio Pianesi and Massimo Zancanaro, Toward a Dynamic Multilevel Theory of Team Personality by Sharyn D. Gardner and Narda R. Quigley and Readers’ Trait-based Models of Characters in Narrative Comprehension by David N. Rapp, Richard J. Gerrig and Deborah A. Prentice.

Publications pertinent to digital characters and personality include: Toward a Computational Model for the Automatic Generation of Character Personality in Interactive Narrative by Julio C. Bahamón and R. Michael Young, Modeling Personality Traits for Digital Humans by Jessica Conradi and Thomas Alexander, A Methodology for Incorporating Personality Modeling in Believable Game Characters by Veronica Zammitto, Steve DiPaola and Ali Arya, Personality-driven Social Behaviors in Believable Agents by Paola Rizzo, Manuela Veloso, Maria Miceli and Amedeo Cesta, An Emergent Framework for Realistic Psychosocial Behaviour in Non Player Characters by Christine Bailey and Michael Katchabaw, Integrating Models of Personality and Emotions into Lifelike Characters by Elisabeth André, Martin Klesen, Patrick Gebhard, Steve Allen and Thomas Rist, On the Construction of Synthetic Characters with Personality and Emotion by Ary F. B. Neto and Flávio S. Corrêa da Silva and Emotion and Personality in a Conversational Agent by Gene Ball and Jack Breese.

Publications pertinent to the recognition and generation of personality in behavior, rhetoric, speech, stylistics and prosody include: Evaluating the Effect of Gesture and Language on Personality Perception in Conversational Agents by Michael Neff, Yingying Wang, Rob Abbott and Marilyn Walker, Design and Evaluation of Expressive Gesture Synthesis for Embodied Conversational Agents by Björn Hartmann, Maurizio Mancini, Stéphanie Buisine and Catherine Pelachaud, Human and Virtual Agent Expressive Gesture Quality Analysis and Synthesis by Radoslaw Niewiadomski, Maurizio Mancini and Stefano Piana, Personality-rich Believable Agents That Use Language by A. Bryan Loyall and Joseph Bates, Emotionally Driven Natural Language Generation for Personality Rich Characters in Interactive Games by Christina R. Strong, Manish Mehta, Kinshuk Mishra, Alistair Jones and Ashwin Ram, Automatic Prediction of Personality and Situations from Actual Behavior by Kyriaki Kalimeri, Learning to Adapt in Dialogue Systems: Data-driven Models for Personality Recognition and Generation by François Mairesse, Automatic Recognition of Personality in Conversation by François Mairesse and Marilyn Walker, Computational Models of Personality Recognition through Language by François Mairesse and Marilyn Walker, The Voice of Personality: Mapping Nonverbal Vocal Behavior into Trait Attributions by Gelareh Mohammadi, Alessandro Vinciarelli and Marcello Mortillaro, On Speaker-independent Personality Perception and Prediction from Speech by Polzehl Tim, Schoenenberg Katrin, Moller Sebastian, Metze Florian, Gelareh Mohammadi and Alessandro Vinciarelli, Automatically Assessing Personality from Speech by Tim Polzehl, Sebastian Moller and Florian Metze, Toward a Social Signaling Framework: Activity and Emphasis in Speech by William T. Stoltzman and Automatic Personality Perception: Prediction of Trait Attribution based on Prosodic Features by Gelareh Mohammadi and Alessandro Vinciarelli.

Publications pertinent to personality and natural language generation include: A Personality-based Framework for Utterance Generation in Dialogue Applications by François Mairesse and Marilyn A. Walker, Controlling User Perceptions of Linguistic Style: Trainable Generation of Personality Traits by François Mairesse and Marilyn A. Walker, Towards Personality-based User Adaptation: Psychologically Informed Stylistic Language Generation by François Mairesse and Marilyn A. Walker, Stylistic Decision-making in Natural Language Generation by Stephen J. Green and Chrysanne DiMarco, Language Generation and Personality: Two Dimensions, Two Stages, Two Hemispheres by Jon Oberlander and Alastair Gill, Natural Language Generation with Personality and Alignment by Carsten Brockmann and Perceptions of Alignment and Personality in Generated Dialogue by Alastair J. Gill, Carsten Brockmann and Jon Oberlander.

Interactive Narrative and Characterization

Publications pertinent to narrative, characterization and theory of mind include: Characterization in Narrative by James Garvey, Characterization in Narrative: Some Theoretical Prolegomena by Uri Margolin, A Cognitive Stylistic Approach to Characterisation by Jonathan Culpeper, Style Brings in Mental States by Lisa Zunshine, Advanced Social Cognition in the Literary Arts by Joan Peskin, Raymond A. Mar and Theanna Bischoff, The Neural Bases of Social Cognition and Story Comprehension by Raymond A. Mar, The Role of the Theory‐of‐Mind Cortical Network in the Comprehension of Narratives by Robert A. Mason and Marcel A. Just, From Actors to Agents to Persons: The Development of Character Representation in Young Children’s Narratives by Ageliki Nicolopoulou and Elizabeth S. Richner, Rethinking Character Representation and Its Development in Children’s Narratives by Ageliki Nicolopoulou, The Narrative Construction of Differing Conceptions of the Person in the Development of Young Children’s Social Understanding by Elizabeth S. Richner and Ageliki Nicolopoulou, Young Children’s Storybooks as a Source of Mental State Information by Jennifer R. Dyer, Marilyn Shatz and Henry M. Wellman, The Doer and the Deed: Action as a Basis for Characterization in Narrative by Uri Margolin and Understanding and Predicting Social Events: The Effects of Narrative Construction on Inference Generation by Kristi A. Costabile and Stanley B. Klein.

Publications pertinent to narrative dialogue, characterization and theory of mind include: Language and Characterisation: People in Plays and Other Texts by Jonathan Culpeper, The Language of Dialogue in Fiction by Nelleke Oostdijk, More on the Language of Dialogue in Fiction by Pieter de Haan, Research on Fiction Dialogue: Problems and Possible Solutions by Karin Axelsson, The Interpretation of Dialogue edited by Tulio Maranhao, Narrative Discourse and Theory of Mind Development by Nicole R. Guajardo and Anne C. Watson, Developmental Relationships between Language and Theory of Mind by Carol A. Miller and Language and Children’s Understanding of Mental States by Paul L. Harris, Marc de Rosnay and Francisco Pons.

Publications pertinent to interactive narrative and characterization include: Character-based Interactive Storytelling by Mark O. Cavazza, Fred Charles and Steven J. Mead, Directable Synthetic Characters by Mazin Assanie, From Synthetic Characters to Virtual Actors by Sandy Louchart and Ruth Aylett, Virtual Actors that can Perform Scripts and Improvise Roles by Peter Wavish and David Connah, A Dramatised Actant Model for Interactive Improvisational Plays by Martin Klesen, Janek Szatkowski and Niels Lehmann, Automated Improvisational AI Actor in E-drama by Li Zhang, Marco Gillies, John A. Barnden, Robert J. Hendley, Mark G. Lee and Alan M. Wallington and Character Development and Storytelling for Games by Lee Sheldon and Evolving Characters in Role Playing Games by Joao Leite and Luıs Soares.

Publications pertinent to digital characters include: Gameplay Design Patterns for Believable Non-player Characters by Petri Lankoski and Staffan Björk, Enhanced NPC Behaviour Using Goal Oriented Action Planning by Edmund Long, Efficient Intent-based Narrative Generation Using Multiple Planning Agents by Jonathan Teutenberg and Julie Porteous, Towards Believable Behavior Generation for Embodied Conversational Agents by Lasse Johannesson, Behavior-based Language Generation for Believable Agents by A. Bryan Loyall and Joseph Bates, Dialogue Generation in Character-based Interactive Storytelling by Marc Cavazza and Fred Charles and Towards Human-like Spoken Dialogue Systems by Jens Edlund, Joakim Gustafson, Mattias Heldner and Anna Hjalmarsson.

Mixed-Initiative Dialogue Systems and Sociocognitive Pragmatics

Publications pertinent to attention, communication and the evolution of language include: Attention and the Evolution of Intentional Communication by Ingar Brinck, The Attention System of Language by Leonard Talmy, The Psychology of Attention by Elizabeth Styles, The Role of Attention in Cognition by Herbert A. Simon, Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention edited by Michael I. Posner, Joint Attention and Language Evolution by Johan Kwisthout, Paul Vogt, Pim Haselager and Ton Dijkstra, Modelling the Coevolution of Joint Attention and Language by Tao Gong and Lan Shuai, Contextual Sources of Information and Responses to Animal Communication Signals by Daniel W. Leger, Message, Meaning, and Context in Ethology by W. John Smith, Synthetic Ethology and the Evolution of Cooperative Communication by Bruce J. MacLennan and Gordon M. Burghardt, Perceiving While Being Perceived by Patrizia Marti, Modelling Social Interaction as Perceptual Crossing: An Investigation into the Dynamics of the Interaction Process by Tom Froese and Ezequiel A. Di Paolo, Designing for Perceptual Crossing to Improve User Involvement by Eva Deckers, Stephan Wensveen, René Ahn and Kees Overbeeke, Designing for Perceptual Crossing: Applying and Evaluating Design Notions by Eva Deckers, Pierre Lévy, Stephan Wensveen, René Ahn and Kees Overbeeke and Theory of Mind as a Mechanism of Selective Attention by A. M. Leslie.

Publications pertinent to computational approaches to theory of mind include: Developmental Accounts of Theory-of-mind Acquisition: Achieving Clarity via Computational Cognitive Modeling by Paul Bello and Nicholas Cassimatis, Towards a Theory of Mind for Ethical Software Agents by Catriona Kennedy, Modeling Agents with a Theory of Mind by Maaike Harbers, Karel van den Bosch and John-Jules Meyer, Double Appraisal for Synthetic Characters by Sandy Louchart, Ruth Aylett and Joao Dias, If I Were You: Double Appraisal in Affective Agents by Ruth Aylett and Sandy Louchart, Modeling Agents with a Theory of Mind: Theory–theory versus Simulation Theory by Maaike Harbers, Karel van den Bosch and John-Jules Meyer, Cognitive Foundations for a Computational Theory of Mindreading by Paul Bello, David Griol and Ramón López-Cózar, Reasoning about Reasoning by Nested Conditioning: Modeling Theory of Mind with Probabilistic Programs by Andreas Stuhlmüller and N. D. Goodman and Bayesian Theory of Mind: Modeling Human Reasoning about Beliefs, Desires, Goals, and Social Relations by Chris L. Baker.

Publications pertinent to modeling and inferring beliefs and intentions include: Shared Representations of Belief and their Effects on Action Selection: A Preliminary Computational Cognitive Model by Paul Bello, Inferring Beliefs from Actions by Itai Arieli and Manuel Mueller-Frank, Understanding Actions in Relation to Goals by C. Foss and G. Bower, Plan Recognition in Natural Language Dialogue by Sandra Carberry, Plan Recognition and Discourse Analysis: An Integrated Approach for Understanding Dialogues by Diane Litman, The Plan Recognition Problem: An Intersection of Psychology and Artificial Intelligence by Charles F. Schmidt, N. S. Sridharan and John L. Goodson, Generalized Plan Recognition by Henry A. Kautz and James F. Allen, Techniques for Plan Recognition by Sandra Carberry, Fast and Complete Symbolic Plan Recognition by Dorit Avrahami-Zilberbrand and Gal A. Kaminka, Plan Recognition for Context Sensitive Help by Klaus-Jürgen Quast, Plan Recognition as Planning by Miquel Ramırez and Hector Geffner, Inference to the Best Plan: A Coherence Theory of Decision by Paul Thagard and Elijah Millgram, A Model of Plan Inference that Distinguishes between the Beliefs of Actors and Observers by Martha E. Pollack, A Conceptual Modelling Approach to the Implementation of Beliefs and Intentions by Ralph Meyer, Analyzing Intention in Utterances by James F. Allen and C. Raymond Perrault, Intentions in Communication edited by Philip R. Cohen, Jerry L. Morgan and Martha E. Pollack and The Perceived Intentionality of Groups by Paul Bloom and Csaba Veres.

Publications pertinent to metarepresentation include: Metarepresentation in Philosophy and Psychology by Sam Scott, Metarepresentation in Linguistic Communication by Deirdre Wilson, Metarepresentations in an Evolutionary Perspective by Dan Sperber, Metarepresentation: A Relevance-theory Approach by Eun-Ju Noh and Translation, Metarepresentation and Claims of Interpretive Resemblance by Ernst-August Gutt.

Publications pertinent to common ground and computational approaches include: Activating, Seeking, and Creating Common Ground: A Socio-cognitive Approach by Istvan Kecskes and Fenghui Zhang, Building Common Ground and Interacting through Natural Language by Arthi Murugesan, Wende K. Frost, Derek P. Brock and Dennis Perzanowski, On Three Notions of Grounding of Artificial Dialog Companions by Andy Lücking and Alexander Mehler, Verbal Practices of Perspective Grounding by Werner Kallmeyer, Dialogue Management in Spoken Dialogue Systems with Degrees of Grounding by Antonio Roque and David R. Traum, Improving a Virtual Human Using a Model of Degrees of Grounding by Antonio Roque and David R. Traum, Degrees of Grounding Based on Evidence of Understanding by Antonio Roque and David Traum, An Empirically Based Computational Model of Grounding in Dialogue by Harry Bunt, Roser Morante and Simon Keizer, Computational Models of Grounding in Collaborative Systems by David R. Traum, Common Ground and Coordination in Joint Activity by Gary Klein, Paul J. Feltovich, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw and David D. Woods and Shared Experiences, Shared Representations, and the Implications for Applied Natural Language Processing by Amanda J. Stent.

Publications pertinent to intersubjectivity include: The Intersubjective Nature of Symbols by Alex Gillespie, Intersubjectivity: Towards a Dialogical Analysis by Alex Gillespie and Flora Cornish, Approaching Dialogue: Talk, Interaction and Contexts in Dialogical Perspectives by Per Linell, Constructions of Intersubjectivity: Discourse, Syntax, and Cognition by Arie Verhagen, Enacting Intersubjectivity – A Cognitive and Social Perspective on the Study of Interactions by Hanne De Jaegher and Ezequiel Di Paolo, Solving Ambiguities with Perspective Taking by Raquel Ros, Emrah A. Sisbot, Rachid Alami, Jasmin Steinwender, Katharina Hamann and Felix Warneken, Perceptual Perspective Taking and Action Recognition by Matthew Johnson and Yiannis Demiris, Using Perspective Taking to Learn from Ambiguous Demonstrations by Cynthia Breazeal, Matt Berlin, Andrew Brooks, Jesse Gray and Andrea L. Thomaz, A Survey of Robot Learning from Demonstration by Brenna D. Argall, Sonia Chernova, Manuela Veloso and Brett Browning, Perspective Taking: An Organizing Principle for Learning in Human-robot Interaction by Matt Berlin, Jesse Gray, Andrea Lockerd Thomaz and Cynthia Breazeal and Intersubjectivity in Human–agent Interaction by Justine Cassell and Andrea Tartaro.

Publications pertinent to cognitive semantics include: Cognitive semantics by George Lakoff, Cognitive Semantics: Meaning and Cognition edited by Jens S. Allwood and Peter Gärdenfors, Blending and Coded Meaning: Literal and Figurative Meaning in Cognitive Semantics by Seana Coulson and Todd Oakley, Context-independent and Context-dependent Information in Concepts by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Categories and Concepts by Edward E. Smith and Douglas L. Medin, Concepts and Categorization by Robert L. Goldstone and Alan Kersten, Ad Hoc Categories Lawrence W. Barsalou, Deriving Categories to Achieve Goals by Lawrence W. Barsalou and Representation at Different Levels in a Conceptual Hierarchy by Wouter Voorspoels, Gert Storms and Wolf Vanpaemel.

Publications pertinent to lexical pragmatics include: From Cognitive Semantics to Lexical Pragmatics: The Functional Polysemy of Discourse Particles by Kerstin Fischer, Polysemy and the Creation of Novel Word Meanings by Gregory L. Murphy, Ad Hoc Concepts, Word Meaning and Communication by Deirdre Wilson, Ad Hoc Concepts, Linguistically Encoded Meaning and Explicit Content: Some Remarks on Relevance Theoretic Perspective by Ewa Mioduszewska, A Unitary Approach to Lexical Pragmatics: Relevance, Inference and Ad Hoc Concepts by Deirdre Wilson and Robyn Carston, Lexical Underspecification and Pragmatics by Reinhard Blutner and Lexical Pragmatics by Reinhard Blutner.

Publications pertinent to shared mental models include: Improvised Dialogues: Emergence and Creativity in Conversation by R. Keith Sawyer, The Pragmatics of Play: Interactional Strategies during Children’s Pretend Play by Keith Sawyer, Anchoring Social Symbol Grounding in Children’s Interactions by Paul Vogt and J. Douglas Mastin, Mental Models edited by Dedre Gentner and Albert L. Stevens, Mental Models: An Interdisciplinary Synthesis of Theory and Methods by Natalie Jones, Helen Ross, Timothy Lynam, Pascal Perez and Anne Leitch, Shared Mental Models by Catholijn M. Jonker, M. Birna van Riemsdijk and Bas Vermeulen, Realistic Cognitive Load Modeling for Enhancing Shared Mental Models in Human-agent Collaboration by Xiaocong Fan and John Yen, Modeling Cognitive Loads for Evolving Shared Mental Models in Human–Agent Collaboration by Xiaocong Fan and John Yen,  Shared Mental Models in Improvisational Digital Characters by Brian Magerko, Peter Dohogne and Daniel Fuller, A Formal Architecture of Shared Mental Models for Computational Improvisational Agents by Rania Hodhod, Andreya Piplica and Brian Magerko, Shared Mental Models in Improvisational Digital Characters by Brian Magerko, Peter Dohogne and Daniel Fuller, Reaching Cognitive Consensus with Improvisational Agents Rania Hodhod and Brian Magerko, A Computational Model for Finding the Tilt in an Improvised Scene by António Brisson, Brian Magerko and Ana Paiva, Tilt Riders: Improvisational Agents Who Know What the Scene Is About by António Brisson, Brian Magerko and Ana Paiva and What Are We Playing At? Theatre, Organization, and the Use of Metaphor by Joep P. Cornelissen.

Publications pertinent to lexical pragmatics and metaphor include: Lexical Pragmatics, Ad Hoc Concepts and Metaphor: From a Relevance Theory Perspective by Robyn Carston, Ad Hoc Conceptual Construction and Metaphoric Interpretation by Esther Romero and Belén Soria, Ad Hoc Concept as Source Domain in Novel Metaphor by Esther Romero and Belén Soria and Metaphor: Ad Hoc Concepts, Literal Meaning and Mental Images by Robyn Carston.

Publications pertinent to ambiguity in natural language include: Ambiguity Identification and Measurement in Natural Language Texts by Mariano Ceccato, Nadzeya Kiyavitskaya, Nicola Zeni, Luisa Mich and Daniel M. Berry, Ambiguity in Natural Language: An Investigation of Certain Problems in its Linguistic Description by Jan G. Kooij, Automatic Identification of Nocuous Ambiguity by Alistair Willis, Francis Chantree and Anne De Roeck, A Methodology for Automatic Identification of Nocuous Ambiguity by Hui Yang, Anne De Roeck, Alistair Willis and Bashar Nuseibeh, Ambiguity Management in Natural Language Generation by Hadar Shemtov and Martin Kay, Efficient Construction of Underspecified Semantics Under Massive Ambiguity by Jochen Dörre, Formal Investigations of Underspecified Representations by Christian Ebert, Generation of Paraphrases from Ambiguous Logical Forms by Hadar Shemtov, Ambiguity Preserving Machine Translation Using Packed Representations by Martin C. Emele and Michael Dorna and Lexical Disambiguation in a Discourse Context by Nicholas Asher and Alex Lascaridesy.

Publications pertinent to detecting and correcting misunderstandings include: Communication and Miscommunication by Bradley A. Goodman, Recognition and Repair of Communicative Failures: A Developmental Perspective by Francesca M. Bosco, Monica Bucciarelli and Bruno G. Bara,Repairing Conversational Misunderstandings and Non-Understandings by Graeme Hirst, Susan McRoy, Peter Heeman, Philip Edmonds and Diane Horton, The Interactional Handling of Misunderstanding in Everyday Conversations by Carla Bazzanella and Rossana Damiano, Modelling Human Clarification Strategies by Svetlana Stoyanchev, Alex Liu and Julia B. Hirschberg, Misunderstandings and Explicit/Implicit Communication by Francisco Yus, Towards Overcoming Miscommunication in Situated Dialogue by Asking Questions by Matthew Marge and Alexander I. Rudnicky, Clarification Questions with Feedback by Svetlana Stoyanchev, Alex Liu and Julia B. Hirschberg, Abductive Explanation of Dialogue Misunderstandings by Susan McRoy and Graeme Hirst and The Repair of Speech Act Misunderstandings by Abductive Inference by Susan W. McRoy and Graeme Hirst.

Publications pertinent to metacommunication include: Communication and Metacommunication in Human Development edited by Janice Koch, Angela Uchoa Branco, Jaan Valsiner and Beverly J. Irby, The Development of Social Interaction, Play, and Metacommunication in Mammals: An Ethological Perspective by Marc Bekoff, Peer Interactions, Language Development and Metacommunication by Angela U. Branco, Metacommunication: A Re-examination and Extension by William W. Wilmot, Dialogue‐Games: Metacommunication Structures for Natural Language Interaction by James A. Levin and James A. Moore and An Approach to Metacommunication in Human-computer Interaction by Maurice J. Tauber.

Publications pertinent to lexical alignment and entrainment include: Lexical Entrainment in Spontaneous Dialog by Susan E. Brennan, How Entrainment Increases Dialogical Efficiency by Robert Porzel, Annika Scheffler and Rainer Malaka, Conceptual Pacts, Syntactic Priming, and Referential Form by Kathleen Carbary and Michael Tanenhaus, Anchoring Comprehension in Linguistic Precedents by Dale J. Barr and Boaz Keysar, Linguistic Alignment in Natural Language Generation by Gabrielle M. Halberg, Adaptive Expressiveness: Virtual Conversational Agents That Can Align to Their Interaction Partner by Hendrik Buschmeier, Kirsten Bergmann and Stefan Kopp, Speaking More Like You: Lexical, Acoustic/Prosodic, and Discourse Entrainment in Spoken Dialogue Systems by Julia Hirschberg, Syntactic Alignment between Computers and People: The Role of Belief about Mental States by Holly P. Branigan, Martin J. Pickering, Jamie Pearson, Janet F. McLean and Clifford Nass, Learning Words from Context by William E. Nagy, Patricia A. Herman and Richard C. Anderson, Most Vocabulary is Learned from Context by Robert J. Sternberg, Societal Grounding is Essential to Meaningful Language Use by David DeVault, Iris Oved and Matthew Stone, Lexical Entrainment in Spoken Dialog Systems by José D. Á. Lopes, Towards Choosing Better Primes for Spoken Dialog Systems by José Lopes, Maxine Eskenazi and Isabel Trancoso and Measuring Convergence and Priming in Tutorial Dialog by Arthur Ward and Diane Litman.

Publications pertinent to mixed-initiative dialogue systems and sociocognitive pragmatics include: Reciprocal Learning via Dialogue Interaction: Challenges and Prospects by Raquel Fernández, Staffan Larsson, Robin Cooper, Jonathan Ginzburg and David Schlangen, Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models edited by Philippe de Brabanter and Mikhail Kissine, Cognitive Models and Information Transfer by Nicholas J. Belkin, Cognitive Modeling and Intelligent Tutoring by John R. Anderson, C. Franklin Boyle, Albert T. Corbett and Matthew W. Lewis, Pragmatic Meaning and Cognition by Sophia S. A. Marmaridou and Cognitive Pragmatics: The Mental Processes of Communication by Bruno G. Bara.

Interactive Narrative and Interpretation

Publications pertinent to narrative and interpretation include: Narrative Analysis by Catherine K. Riessman, Surveying Narratology by Sabine Gross, Narrative Theory and/or/as Theory of Interpretation by Tom Kindt and Hans-Harald Müller, Narrative Research: Reading, Analysis, and Interpretation by Amia Lieblich, Interpretation and Narrative Understanding by Louis O. Mink, Interpreting the Text: A Critical Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Literary Interpretation by Kenneth M. Newton, Relevance Theory and Literary Interpretation by Anne Furlong, Context, Attention and Depth of Processing during Interpretation by Anthony J. Sanford, Narratology for Interactive Storytelling: A Critical Introduction by Marc Cavazza and David Pizzi and From Narrative Games to Playable Stories: Toward a Poetics of Interactive Narrative by Marie-Laure Ryan.

Publications pertinent to cognitive narratology include: The Cognitive Turn in Narratology by Elrud Ibsch, The Neurology of Narrative by Kay Young and Jeffrey L. Saver, Literature and the Brain by Norman N. Holland, Literary Brains: Neuroscience, Criticism, and Theory by Patrick C. Hogan, Such Stuff as Dreams: The Psychology of Fiction by Keith Oatley, Conscious and Unconscious Processes in Readers’ Narrative Experiences by Richard J. Gerrig, The Cognitive Science of Fiction by Keith Oatley, “Literary Interpretation” and Cognitive Literary Studies by Tony E. Jackson, The Cognitive Paradigm in Literary Studies by Joseph M. Bizup and Eugene R. Kintgen, Narratology as a Cognitive Science by David Herman, Cognitive Approaches to Narrative Analysis by David Herman, Aspects of Literary Comprehension: A Cognitive Approach by Rolf A. Zwaan, Cognitive Processes in Reading Literary Texts: The Influence of Context, Goals and Situations by Dietrich Meutsch and Reading Imaginatively: The Imagination in Cognitive Science and Cognitive Literary Studies by Emily T. Troscianko.

Publications pertinent to narrative and theatre include: The Performance Turn in Narrative Studies by Eric E. Peterson and Kristin M. Langellier, Theatre and Children’s Pretend Play by Natalie C. Schmitt, Neural Correlates of Observing Pretend Play in which one Object is Represented as Another by Charles Whitehead, Jennifer L. Marchant, David Craik and Chris D. Frith, Metaphor and Prop Oriented Make‐Believe by Kendall L. Walton, Mimesis: Where Play and Narrative Meet by Carol F. Feldman, Mimesis as a Phenomenon of Semiotic Communication by Timo Maran, Dynamics of the Sign in the Theater by Jindrich Honzl, Semiotics of Theatrical Performance by Umberto Eco, Theatre as Sign System: A Semiotics of Text and Performance by Elaine Aston and George Savona, A Sociosemiotic Theory of Theatre by Jean Alter, The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama by Keir Elam, The Theory and Analysis of Drama by Manfred Pfister and Is There a Text on this Stage?: Theatre/Authorship/Interpretation by Gerald Rabkin.

Publications pertinent to emergent narrative include: Narrative Theory and Emergent Interactive Narrative by Sandy Louchart and Ruth Aylett, The Emergence of Narrative: Procedural Creation of Narrative in Artificial Aesthetic Artifacts by Miguel Carvalhais, The Emergent Narrative Theoretical Investigation by Sandy Louchart and Ruth Aylett, Emergent Narrative in Interactive Media by Richard Walsh, Improvisation and Performance as Models for Interacting with Stories by Joshua Tanenbaum and Karen Tanenbaum, Interactive Drama: Narrativity in a Highly Interactive Environment by Marie-Laure Ryan, Narrative Development in Improvisational Theatre by Allan Baumer and Brian Magerko, Dramatic Level Analysis for Interactive Narrative by Alyx Macfadyen, Andrew Stranieri and John L. Yearwood, Emergence and Generative Art by Gordon Monro, The Aesthetics of Emergence: Co-constructed Interactions by Melanie Baljko and Nell Tenhaaf, Traversal Hermeneutics: The Emergence of Narrative in Ergodic Media by Miguel Carvalhais, Unfolding and Unwinding, a Perspective on Generative Narrative by Miguel Carvalhais, Interactive Films and Coconstruction by Renato Verdugo, Miguel Nussbaum, Pablo Corro, Pablo Nuñnez and Paula Navarrete and Dramatic Flow in Interactive 3D Narrative by Alyx Macfadyen, Andrew Stranieri and John Yearwood.

Publications pertinent to interactive narrative as communication include: Narrative and Communication by Zoltán Kanyó, Narrative as Communication by Didier Coste, Cognitive Models of Discourse Comprehension for Narrative Generation by James M. Niehaus, The Narrative-Communication Structure in Interactive Narrative Works by Udi Ben-Arie, Narrative Meaning Creation in Interactive Storytelling by Joshua Tanenbaum and Angela Tomizu and Exploring Narrative Interpretation and Adaptation for Interactive Story Creation by Ulrike Spierling and Steve Hoffmann.

Publications pertinent to abductive reasoning and interpretation include: Abductive Reasoning, Interpretation and Collaborative Processes by Claudia Arrighi and Roberta Ferrario, Interpretation as Abduction by Jerry R. Hobbs, Mark Stickel, Paul Martin and Douglas Edwards, Context in Abductive Interpretation by Matthew Stone and Richmond H. Thomason and Abductive Reasoning for Continual Dialogue Understanding by Miroslav Janíček.

Publications pertinent to symbolism, semiotics and perceptual symbols include: The Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: The Phenomenology of Knowledge by Ernst Cassirer, Symbolism and Interpretation by Tzvetan Todorov and Catherine Porter, Semiotics and Interpretation by Robert Scholes, Perceptual Symbol Systems by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Perceptions of Perceptual Symbols by Lawrence W. Barsalou and Embodied Cognition, Perceptual Symbols, and Situation Models by Rolf A. Zwaan.

Publications pertinent to event perception and memory include: Event Perception by Barbara Tversky and Jeffrey M. Zacks, Event Perception: A Mind-brain Perspective by Jeffrey M. Zacks, Nicole K. Speer, Khena M. Swallow, Todd S. Braver and Jeremy R. Reynolds, Segmentation in the Perception and Memory of Events by Christopher A. Kurby and Jeffrey M. Zacks, Event Structure in Perception and Conception by Jeffrey M. Zacks and Barbara Tversky, Perceiving, Remembering, and Communicating Structure in Events by Jeffrey M. Zacks, Barbara Tversky and Gowri Iyer, What Constitutes an Episode in Episodic Memory? by Youssef Ezzyat and Lila Davachi, The Sensory Nature of Episodic Memory: Sensory Priming Effects due to Memory Trace Activation by Lionel Brunel, Elodie Labeye, Mathieu Lesourd and Rémy Versace, “Situated Events” in Fictional Worlds: The Reader’s Role in Context Construction by Catherine Emmott, The Role of the Reader: Explorations in the Semiotics of Texts by Umberto Eco, Deconstructing Episodic Memory with Construction by Demis Hassabis and Eleanor A. Maguire and The Construction System of the Brain by Demis Hassabis and Eleanor A. Maguire.

Publications pertinent to mental models and narrative include: Comparing Cognitive and Computational Models of Narrative Structure by David B. Christian and Robert Michael Young, How Does the Mind Construct and Represent Stories by Arthur C. Graesser, Brent Olde and Bianca Klettke, The Construction of Situation Models in Narrative Comprehension: An Event-indexing Model by Rolf A. Zwaan, M. C. Langston and Arthur C. Graesser, Dimensions of Situation Model Construction in Narrative Comprehension by Rolf A. Zwaan, Joseph P. Magliano and Arthur C. Graesser, Mental Models in Narrative Comprehension by Gordon H. Bower and Daniel G. Morrow, Updating Situation Models During Narrative Comprehension by Daniel G. Morrow, Gordon H. Bower and Steven L. Greenspan, Backward Updating of Mental Models During Continuous Reading of Narratives by Manuel de Vega, Working Memory and Situation Model Updating by Gabriel A. Radvansky and David E. Copeland, Updating a Situation Model: A Memory-based Text Processing View by Edward J. O’Brien, Michelle L. Rizzella, Jason E. Albrecht and Jennifer G. Halleran, Situational Information Contributes to Object Categorization and Inference by S. E. Chaigneau, L. W. Barsalou, M. Zamani, Situation-based Inferences During Narrative Comprehension by Daniel G. Morrow, Gordon H. Bower and Steven L. Greenspan, Inferential Processing and the Comprehension of Literary Texts by W. John Harker, Constructing Inferences during Narrative Text Comprehension by Arthur C. Graesser, Murray Singer and Tom Trabasso, Updating a Mental Model: Maintaining Both Local and Global Coherence by Jason E. Albrecht and Edward J. O’Brien, Situation Models and Levels of Coherence: Toward a Definition of Comprehension by Isabelle Tapiero, Mental Models Contribute to Foregrounding During Text Comprehension by Arthur M. Glenberg, Marion Meyer and Karen Lindem, Accessibility and Situation Models in Narrative Comprehension by Daniel G. Morrow, Steven L. Greenspan, and Gordon H. Bower and Modeling Causal Integration and Availability of Information During Comprehension of Narrative Texts by Tom Trabasso and Mark Langston.

Publications pertinent to shared mental models and improvisational theatre include: Modeling Cognitive Loads for Evolving Shared Mental Models in Human–Agent Collaboration by Xiaocong Fan and John Yen, Improvised Dialogues: Emergence and Creativity in Conversation by R. Keith Sawyer, The Pragmatics of Play: Interactional Strategies during Children’s Pretend Play by Keith Sawyer, Anchoring Social Symbol Grounding in Children’s Interactions by Paul Vogt and J. Douglas Mastin, Mental Models edited by Dedre Gentner and Albert L. Stevens, Mental Models: An Interdisciplinary Synthesis of Theory and Methods by Natalie Jones, Helen Ross, Timothy Lynam, Pascal Perez and Anne Leitch, Shared Mental Models by Catholijn M. Jonker, M. Birna van Riemsdijk and Bas Vermeulen, Shared Mental Models in Improvisational Digital Characters by Brian Magerko, Peter Dohogne and Daniel Fuller, A Formal Architecture of Shared Mental Models for Computational Improvisational Agents by Rania Hodhod, Andreya Piplica and Brian Magerko, Shared Mental Models in Improvisational Digital Characters by Brian Magerko, Peter Dohogne and Daniel Fuller, Reaching Cognitive Consensus with Improvisational Agents Rania Hodhod and Brian Magerko, A Computational Model for Finding the Tilt in an Improvised Scene by António Brisson, Brian Magerko and Ana Paiva, Tilt Riders: Improvisational Agents Who Know What the Scene Is About by António Brisson, Brian Magerko and Ana Paiva and What Are We Playing At? Theatre, Organization, and the Use of Metaphor by Joep P. Cornelissen.

Publications pertinent to possible worlds include: Possible Worlds by Marie-Laure Ryan, Possible Worlds and Accessibility Relations: A Semantic Typoloty of Fiction by Marie-Laure Ryan, Possible Worlds in Literary Theory by Ruth Ronen, A Fabula Model for Emergent Narrative by Ivo Swartjes and Mariët Theune and Language, Concepts, and Worlds: Three Domains of Metaphor by Samuel R. Levin.

Publications pertinent to figurative language, metaphor, tropes, motifs and interpretation include: Interpreting Metaphorical Statements by Xu Xu, Creativity in Interpreting Poetic Metaphors by Bipin Indurkhya, Metaphor and Art: Interactionism and Reference in the Verbal and Nonverbal Arts by Carl R. Hausman, Comprehending Figurative Referring Descriptions by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr., Beyond Metaphor: The Theory of Tropes in Anthropology edited by James W. Fernandez, Understanding Tropes: At the Crossroads Between Pragmatics and Cognition by Javier Herrero Ruiz, Figurativeness Figuring as a Condenser between Event and Action: How Tropes Generate Additional Dimensions of Narrativity by Benjamin Biebuyck, Necessary Metaphors and Contingent Metonymies: The Interpretation of Tropes by Owen Miller, Motif Definition and Classification to Structure Non-linear Plots and to Control the Narrative Flow in Interactive Dramas by Knut Hartmann, Sandra Hartmann, and Matthias Feustel and Unpacking Metaphors and Allegories by Gai Windmueller.

Publications pertinent to allegory and allegoresis include: On Symbol and Allegory by Gunnar Berefelt, Allegory as Interpretation by Morton W. Bloomfield, Interpretation and Allegory: Antiquity to the Modern Period edited by Jon Whitman, Literary History, Allegory, and Semiology by Jonathan Culler, Allegory and Representation by Stephen Greenblatt, Cognitive Mapping and the Understanding of Literature by Richard Bjornson, Cognitive Allegory by Sarah Tolmie, Assembling Spaces: The Conceptual Structure of Allegory by Michael Sinding, Interpretation, Allegory, and Allegoresis by Peter Berek, The Allegorical Impulse by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr., Allegory and Allegoresis, Rhetoric and Hermeneutics by Rita Copeland and Stephen Melville, Allegory: The Theory of a Symbolic Mode by Angus Fletcher and Allegory, Blending and Possible Situations by Peter Crisp.

Publications pertinent to intention and interpretation include: Intentionalism in Aesthetics by Paisley Livingston, Literary Intention, Literary Interpretations, and Readers by John Maynard, Intention, Interpretation and the Computational Structure of Language by Matthew Stone,Authorial Intentions in Text Understanding by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr., Narrative Theory and the Intentional Stance by David Herman, Art and Intention: A Philosophical Study by Paisley Livingston, Interpretation and Construction: Art, Speech, and the Law by Robert Stecker, Reading for the Plot: Design and Intention in Narrative by Peter Brooks, Actual Intentionalism vs. Hypothetical Intentionalism by Gary Iseminger, Interpretation and Intention: The Debate between Hypothetical and Actual Intentionalism by Noël Carroll, Meaning, Intent, and the Implied Author by Mari-Laure Ryan, The Implied Author: Concept and Controversy by Tom Kindt and Hans-Harald Müller, Interpretation without Intention by Joseph Raz, Intention Interpretation edited by Gary Iseminger, Intentions in Meaningful Experiences by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr., Incorporating Authorial Intent into Generative Narrative Systems by Mark O. Reidl, An Epistemic Dilemma for Actual Intentionalism by Saam Trivedi, Intentions and Potential Intentions Revisited by Xiaocong Fan and John Yen and Decision as Choice of Potential Intentions by Xiaocong Fan.

Publications pertinent to validity of interpretations include: Validity in Interpretation by Eric D. Hirsch, Validity in Interpretation and the Literary Institution by K. M. Newton and Conflicting Readings: Variety and Validity in Interpretation by Paul B. Armstrong.

Publications pertinent to significance, texture and aesthetics include: Beyond Interpretation: The Cognitive Significance of Reading by David S. Miall, Texture: A Cognitive Aesthetics of Reading by Peter Stockwell, Aspects of a Phenomenological View of Narrative by H. G. Ruthrof, Phenomenology and Literary Aesthetics by Renato P. Oropeza, The Cognitive Poetics of Literary Resonance by Peter Stockwell,

Publications pertinent to modeling readers and players include: The Reader in History: The Changing Shape of Literary Response by Jane P. Tompkins, Cognition and the Implied Reader by Robert Scholes, Singular Text, Multiple Implied Readers by Brian Richardson and Player Modeling in the Interactive Drama Architecture by Brian S. Magerko.

Interactive Narrative and Focalization

Publications pertinent to narrative and focalization include: Point of View in Fiction: The Development of a Critical Concept by Norman Friedman, Situation Models and Point of View in Narrative Understanding by Daniel Morrow, Constructing Literary Character and Perspective: An Approach from Psychology and Blending Theory by Marcus Hartner, Subjectivity, Perspectivization, and Modality from a Cognitive Linguistic Point of View by José Sanders and Wilbert Spooren, Point of View, Perspective, and Focalization: Modeling Mediation in Narrative edited by Peter Hühn, Wolf Schmid and Jörg Schönert, Reading Narrative: The Implications of Using Focalization in Narrative Fiction by Maryam Beyad and Fatemeh Nemati, Focalization and Digital Fiction by David Ciccoricco, The Teller and the Observer: Narration and Focalisation in Narrative Texts in Recent Literary Theory by Marjet Berendsen, Means of Meaning Making in Literary Art: Focalization, Mode of Narration, and Granularity by Peer F. Bundgaard, An Analysis of Narratives: Identifying Central, Supportive, and Distracting Content by Richard C. Omanson, Focalization: The Subject and the Act of Shaping Perspective by Tomás Kubícek, Sensory Imagination and Narrative Perspective: Explaining Perceptual Focalization by Thor Grünbaum, Shifting Perspectives: Readers’ Feelings and Literary Response by David S. Miall and Don Kuiken, Narrative Perspective and the Interpretation of Characters’ Motives by Willie van Peer and Henk Pander Maat, Understanding and Predicting Social Events: The Effects of Narrative Construction on Inference Generation by Kristi A. Costabile and Stanley B. Klein, Narratological Focalization Models: A Critical Survey by Eva Broman, Toward a Computational Model of Focalization in Narrative by Byung-Chull Bae, Yun-Gyung Cheong and R. Michael Young, Focalization in Graphic Narrative by Silke Horstkotte and Nancy Pedri and Visual Narrative Structure by Neil Cohn.

Publications pertinent to focalization and film include: Narration and Point of View in Fiction and the Cinema by Seymour Chatman, Story and Discourse: Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film by Seymour Chatman, Point of View in the Cinema: A Theory of Narration and Subjectivity in Classical Film by Edward R. Branigan, Narrative Comprehension and Film by Edward R. Branigen, Focalisation in Film Narrative by Celestino Deleyto and Focalization, Ocularization and Auricularization in Film and Literature by Sabine Schlickers.

Publications pertinent to cinematography include: Cinematography by Kris Malkiewicz and M. David Mullen, Cinematography: Theory and Practice: Image Making for Cinematographers and Directors by Blain Brown, Real-time Cinematic Camera Control for Interactive Narratives by Dan Amerson, Shaun Kime and R. Michael Young, Expressive Autonomous Cinematography for Interactive Virtual Environments by Bill Tomlinson, Bruce Blumberg and Delphine Nain, The Virtual Cinematographer: A Paradigm for Automatic Real-time Camera Control and Directing by Li-wei He, Michael F. Cohen and David H. Salesin, Camerabots: Cinematography for Games with Non-player Characters as Camera Operators by James Kneafsey, Camplan: A Camera Planning Agent by Nicolas Halper and Patrick Olivier and Virtual Camera Planning: A Survey by Marc Christie, Rumesh Machap, Jean-Marie Normand, Patrick Olivier and Jonathan Pickering.

Publications pertinent to visual analogy, metaphor and blending include: Visual Intelligence and Analogical Thinking by Paul Messaris, Metaphor in Pictures by John M. Kennedy, Metaphoric Mappings: The Art of Visualization by Donna Cox, Visual Meaning: A Social Semiotic by Jewitt Carey, Visual Metaphor by Noel Carroll, A Conceptual Structure of Visual Metaphor by Daniel Serig, A Conceptual Analysis of Form and Content in Visual Metaphors by Stuart J. Kaplan, Metaphoric Thought and Devices in Pictures by John M. Kennedy, Christopher D. Green and John Vervaeke, The Identification of Target and Source in Pictorial Metaphors by Charles Forceville, Cognitive Poetics and Imagery by Line Brandt and Per A. Brandt, Pragmatic Forces in Metaphor Use: The Mechanics of Blend Recruitment in Visual Metaphors by Tony Veale, Non-verbal and Multimodal Metaphor in a Cognitivist Framework: Agendas for Research by Charles Forceville, The Perception of Moving Images by Julian Hochberg, From Thought to Modality: A Theoretical Framework for Analysing Structural-conceptual Metaphors and Image Metaphors in Film by Maarten Coëgnarts and Peter Kravanja, The Film Experience as Cognitive Structure by John M. Carroll, Film, Language, and Conceptual Structures. Thinking Film in the Age of Cognitivism by Johannes A. A. Simons, Metaphor and Film by Trevor Whittock, The Cognitive Semiotics of Film by Warren Buckland, The Discourse of Pictures: Iconicity and Film Studies by Stephen Prince, Intersemiotic Texture: Analyzing Cohesive Devices between Language and Images by Yu Liu and Kay L. O’Halloran and Interdependence, Interaction and Metaphor in Multisemiotic Texts by Kay L. O’Halloran.

Publications pertinent to focalization in interactive, emergent narrative include: Interaction and Expressivity in Video Games: Harnessing the Rhetoric of Film by Laurent Cozic, Stephen Boyd Davis and Huw Jones, Perspective as Participation by Richard J. Gerrig, Narrative Theory and Emergent Interactive Narrative by Sandy Louchart and Ruth Aylett, Cognitive Models of Discourse Comprehension for Narrative Generation by James M. Niehaus, An Empirical Study of Cognition and Theatrical Improvisation by Brian Magerko, Waleed Manzoul, Mark Riedl, Allan Baumer, Daniel Fuller, Kurt Luther and Celia Pearce, Shared Mental Models in Improvisational Theatre by Daniel Fuller and Brian Magerko, Updating Situation Models during Narrative Comprehension by Daniel G. Morrow, Gordon H. Bower and Steven L. Greenspan, Focalization in 3D Video Games by Michael Nitsche, Perspective in Contemporary Computer Games by Jan-Noël Thon and Narrative Meaning Creation in Interactive Storytelling by Joshua Tanenbaum and Angela Tomizu.