Sam Glucksberg

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Sam Glucksberg"


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Joseph H. Danks grad student (Neurotree)
Uri Hasson grad student Princeton (Neurotree)
Boaz Keysar grad student Princeton
Michael McCloskey grad student 1978 Princeton (Neurotree)
Roger J. Kreuz grad student 1983-1987 Princeton
Zachary C. Estes grad student 2001 Princeton
Catrinel Haught grad student 2005 Princeton
Susanna T. Reynolds grad student 2005 Princeton
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Prasada S, Khemlani S, Leslie SJ, et al. (2013) Conceptual distinctions amongst generics. Cognition. 126: 405-22
Glucksberg S, Danks JH. (2013) Experimental psycholinguistics: An introduction: Psychology library editions: Psycholinguistics Experimental Psycholinguistics: An Introduction: Psychology Library Editions: Psycholinguistics. 3: 1-233
Rubio-Fernández P, Glucksberg S. (2012) Reasoning about other people's beliefs: bilinguals have an advantage. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38: 211-7
Khemlani S, Leslie SJ, Glucksberg S. (2012) Inferences about members of kinds: The generics hypothesis Language and Cognitive Processes. 27: 887-900
Leslie SJ, Khemlani S, Glucksberg S. (2011) Do all ducks lay eggs? The generic overgeneralization effect Journal of Memory and Language. 65: 15-31
Glucksberg S. (2008) Understanding Figurative Language: From Metaphor to Idioms Understanding Figurative Language: From Metaphor to Idioms. 1-144
Glucksberg S, Haught C. (2006) Can Florida become like the next Florida? When metaphoric comparisons fail. Psychological Science. 17: 935-8
Glucksberg S, Haught C. (2006) On the relation between metaphor and simile: When comparison fails Mind and Language. 21: 360-378
Hasson U, Glucksberg S. (2006) Does understanding negation entail affirmation?. An examination of negated metaphors Journal of Pragmatics. 38: 1015-1032
Glucksberg S. (2004) Dialogue: Can two be cheaper than one? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27: 199
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