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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Cuneo N, Floyd S, Goldberg AE. (2024) Word meaning is complex: Language-related generalization differences in autistic adults. Cognition. 244: 105691
Cuneo N, Goldberg AE. (2023) The discourse functions of grammatical constructions explain an enduring syntactic puzzle. Cognition. 240: 105563
Goldberg AE, Ferreira F. (2022) Good-enough language production. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 26: 300-311
Floyd S, Jeppsen C, Goldberg AE. (2020) Brief Report: Children on the Autism Spectrum are Challenged by Complex Word Meanings. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Floyd S, Goldberg AE. (2020) Children make use of relationships across meanings in word learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Citron FMM, Michaelis N, Goldberg AE. (2020) Metaphorical language processing and amygdala activation in L1 and L2. Neuropsychologia. 107381
Tachihara K, Goldberg AE. (2020) Cognitive accessibility predicts word order of couples’ names in English and Japanese Cognitive Linguistics. 31: 231-249
Ziegler J, Bencini G, Goldberg A, et al. (2019) How abstract is syntax? Evidence from structural priming. Cognition. 193: 104045
Emberson LL, Loncar N, Mazzei C, et al. (2019) The blowfish effect: children and adults use atypical exemplars to infer more narrow categories during word learning. Journal of Child Language. 1-17
Tachihara K, Goldberg AE. (2019) Reduced Competition Effects and Noisier Representations in a Second Language Language Learning. 70: 219-265
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