CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS IN PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDY: STAGE MODEL OF INFORMATION PROCESSING

Carla Maretha, Yulia Wahyuningsih

Abstract


This article concerns psycholinguistics glasses metaphor is not always a tool of rhetoric or literature, but a form of strong computational ability that significantly supports human cognition by allowing similar relationship structures in different conceptual domains identifiedthe discussion of psycholinguistics regarding the intelligence of verbal linguistics of children who are explained by the picture of the stage theory where the gadget is the external stimulus and the conceptual metaphor of the keywords of friends and gadgets that are paradox Gadgets as one of some technological advances depend on the purpose and attention of parents to children.the mapping of conceptual metaphors in psycholinguistics in the domain of friends namely learning, playing, stories, and influence.


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metaphors; psycholingisitics; stage model of information processing; gadget; children

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36269/sigeh.v3i1.1459

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