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2016
Krawczak K, Fabiszak_Małgorzata, Hilpert M. 2016. A corpus-based, cross-linguistic approach to mental predicates and their complementation: Performativity and descriptivity vis-à-vis boundedness and picturability. Folia Linguistica 50(2): 475–506.
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Fabiszak_Małgorzata, Krawczak K. 2016. Categorization in discourse and grammar – An Introduction.” In: Fabiszak, Małgorzata; Krawczak, Karolina; Rokoszewska, Katarzyna (eds.)  Categorization in Discourse and Grammar. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 9-17.
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Fabiszak_Małgorzata, Krawczak K, Rokoszewska K. (eds.) 2016. Categorization in Discourse and Grammar. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang Verlag. Pp. 336.
URL: http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=86389&concordeid=266424
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Fabiszak M, Hilpert M, Krawczak K. (eds.) 2016. From Methodology back to Theory: How does corpus-based research feed back into functional linguistic theories?. Berlin: de Gruyter. Pp. 238.
URL: https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/flin.2016.50.issue-2/issue-files/flin.2016.50.issue-2.xml
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Krawczak K. 2016. Objectivity, subjectivity and intersubjectivity: Integrating two Cognitive-Functional theories. Functions of Language 23(2): 179-213.
URL: https://benjamins.com/#catalog/journals/fol.23.2.02kra/details
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Fabiszak_Małgorzata, Hilpert M, Krawczak K. 2016. Usage-based cognitive-functional linguistics: From theory to method and back again. Folia Linguistica 50(2): 345–353.
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2015
Krawczak K. 2015. Near-synonymous epistemic stance predicates in English: A quantitative corpus-driven study of subjectivity.” In: D. Glynn & M. Sjölin (eds.)  Subjectivity and Epistemicity. Stance strategies in discourse and narration. Lund: Lund University Press, 311–339.
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Krawczak K. 2015. Negative self-evaluative emotions from a cross-cultural perspective: A case of ‘shame’ and ‘guilt’ in English and Polish.” In: Kosecki, Krzysztof; Badio, Janusz (eds.)  Empirical Methods in Language Studies. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 117-136.
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Krawczak K, Glynn D. 2015. Operationalizing mirativity: A usage-based quantitative study of constructional construal in English. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 13(2): 253-282.
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2014
Krawczak K. 2014. Shame, embarrassment and guilt: Corpus evidence for the cross-cultural structure of social emotions. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 50(4): 441–475.
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Krawczak K. 2014. Shame and its near-synonyms in English: A multivariate corpus-driven approach to social emotions.” In: I. Novakova; P. Blumenthal; Siepmann, D. (eds.)  Les émotions dans le discours. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 83–94.
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Fabiszak_Małgorzata, Hebda A, Kokorniak I, Krawczak K. 2014. The semasiological structure of Polish myśleć ‘to think’: A study in verb-prefix semantics.” In: Glynn, Dylan; Robinson, Justyna A. (eds.)  Corpus Methods for Semantics: Quantitative studies in polysemy and synonymy. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Company, 223–251.
URL: https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/hcp.43/main
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2013
Krawczak K. 2013. Epiphenomenal Semantics: Cognition, Context and Convention (republication of 2010). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag. Pp. 193.
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2012
Krawczak K, Kokorniak I. 2012. A corpus-driven quantitative approach to the construal of Polish think. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 48(3): 439–472.
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Krawczak K, Glynn D. 2012. Context and Cognition. A corpus-driven approach to parenthetical uses of mental predicates.” In: Kosecki, J.; Badio, J. (eds.)   Cognitive Processes in Language. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, PAGES.
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2011
Krawczak K. 2011. Review of: Pishwa, H. (ed.). 2009. Language and Social Cognition. Expression of the social mind. Language and Cognition 3/2: 336-343.
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2010
Krawczak K. 2010. (Inter)subjectivity and Objectivity. Meaning at a crossroads.” In: Stelmaszczyk, P. (ed.)  Philosophy of Language and Linguistics. Vol II. The Philosophical Turn. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 169-178.
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Krawczak K. 2010. Epiphenomenal Semantics: Cognition, context and convention. Łódź: SWSPiZ. Pp. 203.
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Krawczak K. 2010. Embodiment and other wonders we think by.” In: Humphries, C.; Kossek, J.; Gomola, A. (eds.)  English Language, Literature and Culture. New Directions in Research. Bielsko-Biała: ATH, 289-304.
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Krawczak K. 2010. Review of: Zlatev, J.; Racine, T.; Sinha, C.; Itkonen, E. (eds). 2008. The Shared Mind: Perspectives on intersubjectivity. John Benjamins. Language and Cognition 2/2 285-292.
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2007
Krawczak K. 2007. Review of: Athanasiadou, A.; Canakis, C.; Cornillie, B. (eds.). 2006. Subjectification. Various paths to subjectivity. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
URL: http://www.cognitivelinguistics.org/Reviews/athanasiadou
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Krawczak K. 2007. Meaning as an epiphenomenon of cognition, social interaction and intercognition.” In: Fabiszak, M. (ed.)  Language and meaning. Cognitive and functional perspectives. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 187-198.
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2005
Krawczak K. 2005. A holistic, socio-cognitive model of language and language change: a diachronic semasiological story of 'bedlam'. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 41: 153-166.
URL: http://ifa.amu.edu.pl/sap/files/41/10Krawczak.pdf
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