Adele Eva Goldberg

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Cognitive linguistics, construction grammar
"Adele Eva Goldberg" OR " Adele E Goldberg"


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George Lakoff grad student 1992 UC Berkeley
 (Argument Structure Constructions)


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Ben Ambridge collaborator University of Liverpool
Ray Jackendoff collaborator Princeton
Laura A. Michaelis collaborator
Olya Gurevich collaborator 2006-2007
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Citron FMM, Michaelis N, Goldberg AE. (2020) Metaphorical language processing and amygdala activation in L1 and L2. Neuropsychologia. 107381
Ziegler J, Bencini G, Goldberg A, et al. (2019) How abstract is syntax? Evidence from structural priming. Cognition. 193: 104045
Johnson MA, Turk-Browne NB, Goldberg AE. (2016) Neural systems involved in processing novel linguistic constructions and their visual referents. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 31: 129-144
Citron FM, Güsten J, Michaelis N, et al. (2016) Conventional metaphors in longer passages evoke affective brain response. Neuroimage
Goldberg AE, Michaelis LA. (2016) One Among Many: Anaphoric One and Its Relationship With Numeral One. Cognitive Science
Robenalt C, Goldberg AE. (2016) Nonnative Speakers Do Not Take Competing Alternative Expressions Into Account the Way Native Speakers Do Language Learning. 66: 60-93
Goldberg AE. (2015) Subtle Implicit Language Facts Emerge from the Functions of Constructions. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 2019
Robenalt C, Goldberg AE. (2015) Judgment evidence for statistical preemption: It is relatively better to vanish than to disappear a rabbit, but a lifeguard can equally well backstroke or swim children to shore Cognitive Linguistics. 26: 467-503
Goldberg AE, Boyd JK. (2015) A-adjectives, statistical preemption, and the evidence: Reply to Yang (2015) Language. 91: e184-e197
Goldberg AE. (2015) Tuning in to the verb-particle construction in English Approaches to Complex Predicates. 110-141
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