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JournalDiscourse Studies
DatePublished - Feb 2006
Issue number1
Volume8
Number of pages17
Pages (from-to)67-83
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This article briefly considers the convergence and divergence between Discursive Psychology (DP) and Conversation Analysis (CA), in relation to cognition in talk-in-interaction. It explores the possibilities for research that begins from, rather than argues for, a post-cognitive perspective. Drawing in particular on an analysis of a single fragment of conversation, I suggest three analytic areas for researchers concerned both with talk-in-interaction and with cognition: i) the social organization of cognitive displays and embodiments; ii) the (re)production of taken-for-granted culture through 'internalized social norms'; iii) cognitions (e.g. memories) made manifest in interaction, as the cognitive infrastructure upon which talk-in-interaction depends. After post-cognitivism, research in these areas can contribute both to scholarly understanding of cognition, and to the emerging discipline of CA.

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  • cognition, conversation analysis, culture, discursive psychology, heteronormativity, interaction, surprise, EMOTION, CONVERSATION, ORGANIZATION, PSYCHOLOGY, DISCOURSE, RESOURCE, CALLS, TALK

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