Benjamin K. Bergen

Affiliations: 
University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 
 Cognitive Science University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
Mental simulation in language understanding
Website:
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~bergen/
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George Lakoff grad student 1996-2001 UC Berkeley
 (Of sound, mind, and body: Neural explanations for non-categorical phonology.)
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Walker EJ, Bergen BK, Núñez R. (2017) The spatial alignment of time: Differences in alignment of deictic and sequence time along the sagittal and lateral axes. Acta Psychologica. 175: 13-20
Sato M, Schafer AJ, Bergen BK. (2015) Metaphor priming in sentence production: concrete pictures affect abstract language production. Acta Psychologica. 156: 136-42
Bergen B, Binsted K. (2015) Embodied grammar and humor Cognitive Linguistics and Humor Research. 26: 49-67
Bergen B. (2015) The Cognitive foundations of language Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. 39: 10-30
Troyer M, Curley LB, Miller LE, et al. (2014) Action verbs are processed differently in metaphorical and literal sentences depending on the semantic match of visual primes. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 982
Marghetis T, Núñez R, Bergen BK. (2014) Doing arithmetic by hand: hand movements during exact arithmetic reveal systematic, dynamic spatial processing. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 67: 1579-96
Walker EJ, Bergen BK, Núñez R. (2014) Disentangling Spatial Metaphors for Time Using Non-spatial Responses and Auditory Stimuli Metaphor and Symbol. 29: 316-327
Sato M, Bergen BK. (2013) The case of the missing pronouns: does mentally simulated perspective play a functional role in the comprehension of person? Cognition. 127: 361-74
Bergen B, Medeiros-Ward N, Wheeler K, et al. (2013) The crosstalk hypothesis: why language interferes with driving. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 142: 119-30
Parrill F, Bergen BK, Lichtenstein PV. (2013) Grammatical aspect, gesture, and conceptualization: Using co-speech gesture to reveal event representations Cognitive Linguistics. 24: 135-158
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