publications

book

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

peer-reviewed journals

to appear. Can word vectors help corpus linguists?

2015. “Forms and meanings of intensification: a multifactorial comparison of quite and rather.” Anglophonia – French Journal of English Linguistics.

2015. “A lesson from associative learning: asymmetry and productivity in multiple-slot constructions.” Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory (de Gruyter).

2015. “Predicting is not explaining: targeted learning of the dative alternation.”, with A. Chambaz. Journal of Causal Inference 4(1)(de Gruyter).

2015. “Le statut de la fréquence dans les grammaires de constructions : simple comme bonjour ?” Langages 197, 99-128.

2011. “Le programme sociopragmatique des grammaires de constructions, bilan et perspectives.” Intellectica 56(2), 99-123.

2007. “Figures et forces en linguistique cognitive : pour une redéfinition du concept de représentation dans une Grammaire de Constructions Floue”. TLE (Théorie, Littérature, Enseignement) 24. Presses Universitaires de Vincennes.

2005. “Grammatical blending and the conceptualization of complex cases of interpretational overlap: the case of want to/wanna. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics, vol. 3. In F. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibañez (ed). Amsterdam, Philadelphie : John Benjamins.

book chapters/collective volumes

to appear. It is important to note that partially productive patterns may count as constructions.

2014. “Visualizing distances in a set of near synonyms: rather, quite, fairly, and pretty.” In Glynn, D. & J. Robinson, Corpus Methods for Semantics. Quantitative Studies in Polysemy and Synonymy. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing. DOI: 10.1075/hcp.43.06des

2012. “Qualitative count-to-mass conversion in French copular subject-predicate constructions.” In M. Bouveret et D. Legallois (eds), Constructions in French. John Benjamins Publishing. DOI: 10.1075/cal.13.12des

2008. “Cognitive Arguments for a Fuzzy Construction Grammar”. Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif. Bordeaux: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux.

conference proceedings (peer-reviewed)

2011. “Quelles alternatives linguistiques à la théorie des faces ? Le cas du japonais”. Japon pluriel 8 : La modernité japonaise en perspectiveProceedings of the 8th Conference of the French Society for Japanese Studies. “Japon pluriel”, Philippe Picquier Publishing.

2003. “Want to/wanna: Verbal Polysemy versus Constructional Compositionality”. Berkeley Linguistics Society 29, pp. 91-102.

unpublished

2007. Quelques remarques sur l’origine des Grammaires de Constructions et le statut des représentations en linguistique.

textbooks (secondary education)

2006. Tout sur les verbes anglais. Paris : Larousse.
2010. Les verbes anglais. Paris : Larousse.