Mapping Emotion-related Words in Psycholinguistics: A Scoping Review for the Spanish language

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  • Francisco Jose Leria Dulcic Universidad de Atacama

Palabras clave:

Indo-European languages; Spanish; Scope review; linguistic norms; emotions.

Resumen

Psycholinguistics has provided a broad spectrum of data available for many academic purposes from which one relevant area deals with the interplay between language and emotions. Thus, this review provides a framework for organizing past and guiding future research on the psycholinguistics of Spanish language associated with the affective domain. A scope review methodology was chosen for the final selection of 43 articles published from 2000 to 2019. The articles are organized according to several categories of analysis, giving some lights on the nature of the evidence, taking into consideration: subjects of study; characteristic variables under investigation, and instruments and / or approached methodologies. Finally, a brief discussion is conducted on the prospective, and applicability of this research line.

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2020-12-20

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Leria Dulcic, F. J. (2020). Mapping Emotion-related Words in Psycholinguistics: A Scoping Review for the Spanish language. EDUCATECONCIENCIA, 28(29), 424-451. Recuperado a partir de http://tecnocientifica.com.mx/educateconciencia/index.php/revistaeducate/article/view/328

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