You can download most of my pre-publication drafts from this list. Other publications can be obtained from me, HAL, or Isidore.

2022. new! Changes in the midst of a construction network: a diachronic construction grammar approach to complex prepositions denoting internal location. Cognitive Linguistics. url; companion files (OSF)

to appear. (with Philippe Monneret). Cognitive Linguistics and a usage-based approach to the study of semantics and pragmatics. In M. Díaz-Campos (Ed). The Handbook of Usage-Based Linguistics. Blackwell Publishing.

to appear. (with Philippe Gréa). Arbre formel ou forêt conceptuelle ? Corela.

2021a. (with Caroline Rossi and Lucía Gómez Vicente). AFLiCo Lecture Series 2020, CogniTextes 21. url

2021b. (with Jacques François, Michel Achard, Dominique Legallois and Aliyah Morgenstern). Introduction. In J. François (Ed). L’expansion pluridisciplinaire des Grammaires de Constructions, pp. 7-18. Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen.

2021c. It is important to note that partially productive patterns may count as constructions. In J. François (Ed). L’expansion pluridisciplinaire des Grammaires de Constructions, pp. 233-264. Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen. pdf

2020a. (with Cameron Morin and Jack Grieve). Dialect syntax in Construction Grammar: theoretical benefits of a constructionist approach to double modals in English. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 34 “The Wealth and Breadth of Construction-Based Research”, pp.252-62. publisher; pdf

2020b. Multivariate Exploratory Approaches. In Magali Paquot and Stefan Th. Gries (Eds.), Practical Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, pp. 435-469. New York: Springer. pdf

2019a. (with Anne Lacheret, Serge Fleury, and Frédéric Isel) The distribution of prosodic features in the Rhapsodie corpus. In A. Lacheret, S. Kahane and P. Pietrandrea (Eds.), Rhapsodie: A prosodic and syntactic treebank for spoken French, pp. 315-338. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. HAL

2019b. Can word vectors help corpus linguists? Studia Neophilologica (91)2, pp. 219-240. publisher; pdf

2018. (with Seongmin Mun, G. Choi, and K. Lee). PreechVis: Visual profiling using multiple-word combinations. Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (IVAPP2018, Funchal, Portugal), pp. 97-107. pdf

2017a. Corpus Linguistics and Statistics with R: Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Linguistics. New York: Springer. publisher

2017b. (with Seongmin Mun and Kyungwon Lee). A visual approach for text analysis using multiword topics. In A. Puig and T. Isenberg (Eds.), EuroVis ‘17: Proceedings of the Eurographics/IEEE VGTC Conference on Visualization. pdf

2015. (with Antoine Chambaz) Predicting is not explaining: targeted learning of the dative alternation. Journal of Causal Inference, 4(1), pp. 1-30. (Editor’s Choice free access featured article). pdf

2015. A lesson from associative learning: asymmetry and productivity in multiple-slot constructions. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 12(2). pdf

2015. Forms and meanings of intensification: a multifactorial exploration of quite and rather. Anglophonia 20(2). url

2015. Le statut de la fréquence dans les grammaires de constructions: `simple comme bonjour’ ? Langages 197(1), pp. 99-128. pdf

2014. Visualizing distances in a set of near synonyms: rather, quite, fairly, and pretty. In D. Glynn and J. Robinson (Eds.), Corpus Methods for Semantics: Quantitative Studies in Polysemy and Synonymy, pp. 145-178. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf

2012. C’est de la bombe ! Qualitative count-to-mass conversion in French copular subject-predicate constructions. In M. Bouveret and D. Legallois (Eds.), Constructions in French, pp. 201-232. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf

2011a. Le programme socio-pragmatique des grammaires de constructions: bilan and perspectives. Intellectica 56, pp. 99-123. pdf

2011b. Quelles alternatives linguistiques à la théorie des faces ? Le cas du japonais. In N. Berlinguez–Kôno and B. Thomann (Eds.), Japon Pluriel 8: la modernité japonaise en perspective, 33–42. Paris: Philippe Picquier. pdf

2010a. (with Philippe Gréa) Grammars in Construction(s), CogniTextes 5. url

2010b. (with Pascale Leclercq). Les verbes anglais. Paris: Larousse.

2008. (with Jean-Rémi Lapaire and Jean-Baptiste Guignard) Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif/From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cognition (two volumes, 739 pages). Bordeaux, Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux. publisher

2008. Cognitive Arguments for a Fuzzy Construction Grammar. In G. Desagulier, J.B. Guignard and J.R. Lapaire (Eds.), Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif/From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cognition, 125–150. Bordeaux: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux. pdf

2007. Figures and forces en linguistique cognitive: pour une redéfinition du concept de représentation dans une Grammaire de Constructions Floue. TLE (Théorie, Littérature, Enseignement) 24, pp. 95–113. pdf

2006. (with Pascale Leclercq). Tout sur les verbes anglais. Paris: Larousse.

2005. Grammatical blending and the conceptualization of complex cases of interpretational overlap: the case of want to/wanna. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 3, pp. 22–40. pdf

2003. Want to/wanna: Verbal Polysemy versus Constructional Compositionality. Berkeley Linguistics Society 29, 91–102. pdf