MENTAL PROCESSES

SIMON F.R.
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SIMON F.R.
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There are three main types of processes in Grammar: Material (doing), Mental (experiencing or sensing) and Relational (being or becoming). This map represents the type of "mental processes"
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MENTAL PROCESSES
1 What is it?
1.1 Processes "through which we organise our mental contact with the world"
2 types
2.1 perception
2.1.1 encoded by verbs such as
2.1.1.1 see, hear, feel, notice, taste ...
2.2 cognition
2.2.1 encoded by verbs such as
2.2.1.1 know, understand, believe, recognise, think, doubt, remember,...
2.3 affective
2.3.1 encoded by verbs expressing
2.3.1.1 positive affects
2.3.1.1.1 like, love, please, delight
2.3.1.2 negative affects
2.3.1.2.1 dislike, hate, destest
2.4 desiderative
2.4.1 expressed by verbs such as
2.4.1.1 want, desire, wish
3 PARTICIPANTS INVOLVED IN THESE PROCESSES
3.1 PHENOMENON
3.2 conscious EXPERIENCER (SENSER)
3.2.1 someone who sees, thinks, likes, dislikes or desires
3.2.1.1 she is not an Agent, since there is not a voluntary action
4 Characteristics
4.1 encoded by stative verbs
4.2 imperative forms are excluded
4.3 non volitional action
5 Reference: ANGELA DOWNING. ENGLISH GRAMMAR. A University Course.Third edition, 2015
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