We are an interdisciplinary group of researchers with backgrounds in philosophy, pragmatics, cognitive science, psychology, linguistics, and behavioural economics.

Our aim is to integrate insights from these different research domains to better understand mechanisms underlying cognitive and communicative processes.

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Maja Kasjanowicz and Mateusz Włodarczyk presented a poster "Processing standard and non-standard projective implications" at the 17th International Pragmatics Conference…
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Maciej Witek gave a talk "An action-based model of projective content recognition" at the 17th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA 2021),…
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Mateusz Włodarczyk published "Limitations of Non-Gricean Approaches to the Evolution of Human Communicative Abilities", Organon F, 2021, 1–39. https://www.organonf.com/journal/włodarczyk/ The preparation of…
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Maciej Witek published "Self-Expression in Speech Acts", Organon F, 2021, 1–34. https://www.organonf.com/journal/witek/ The preparation of this work was supported by the National…
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Maja Kasjanowicz published "Standard and Non-standard Suppositions and Presuppositions", Axiomathes (2021), https://doi.org/10.1007/s10516-021-09535-w  The preparation of this work was supported by the…
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2021.01.14 Maciej Witek gave a talk "Ironizowanie jako etiolacyjna czynność mowy" ("Ironizing as an etiolated speech action") at the Human…
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Janina Mękarska and Maciej Witek published "Echo and pretence in communicative irony", Studia Semiotyczne -- English Suplement XXXI, 2020, 149-177.…
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Cognition & Communication Research Group and the Institute of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at the University of Szczecin have a…
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