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Salatino, D. R.
There are two parts to this work. In this Part I, we will analyze various aspects that condition the production of conventional language. For this purpose, we will describe the biological elements that intervene the production of the word and then stop at the psychological aspects of production, something that we will do through an approach to one of the most critical pragma-linguistic manifestations: ‘(dis)politeness.’ Finally, in a Part II, we will analyze one of the most known production models of those proposed by Psycholinguistics, which, that considers the processes involved in the production of language are of the psychological/cognitive type, something that also supports Cognitive Psychology. We will conclude this study with the proposal of a model of conventional language production from their ‘junction’ with natural language, that is, how one ‘transforms’ into the other; a transformation that is possible given series of bio-psychic processes and mechanisms.