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Articulation contributes to valence sound symbolism.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of experimental psychology. General [J Exp Psychol Gen] 2022 May; Vol. 151 (5), pp. 1107-1114. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Oct 25.

Abstract:Vowels are sound-symbolically associated with valence. Specifically, words containing /i/ (vs. /o/) are judged more suitable to denote positive (vs. negative) objects. Here, we examine the psychological processes driving valence sound symbolism by test...

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A Plea for Accuracy.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):JAMA [JAMA] 2022 Jan 11; Vol. 327 (2), pp. 187.

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"Big" Sounds Bigger in More Widely Spoken Languages.

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Source(s):Cognitive science [Cogn Sci] 2021 Nov; Vol. 45 (11), pp. e13059.

Abstract:Larger communities face more communication barriers. We propose that languages spoken by larger communities adapt and overcome these greater barriers by increasing their reliance on sound symbolism, as sound symbolism can facilitate communication. To t...

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Neural circuits and symbolic processing.

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Source(s):Neurobiology of learning and memory [Neurobiol Learn Mem] 2021 Dec; Vol. 186, pp. 107552. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Nov 08.

Abstract:The ability to use symbols is a defining feature of human intelligence. However, neuroscience has yet to explain the fundamental neural circuit mechanisms for flexibly representing and manipulating abstract concepts. This article will review the resear...

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Myths, Superstitions, and Popular Beliefs: Do They Still Impact Our Practice?

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Source(s):Annals of surgery [Ann Surg] 2021 Dec 01; Vol. 274 (6), pp. e641-e642.

Abstract:Competing Interests: The authors report non conflicts of interest.

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Feather in the Cap.

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Source(s):International journal of surgical pathology [Int J Surg Pathol] 2021 Oct; Vol. 29 (7), pp. 731. Date of Electronic Publication: 2020 Jul 22.

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Sound symbolism shapes the English language: The maluma/takete effect in English nouns.

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Source(s):Psychonomic bulletin & review [Psychon Bull Rev] 2021 Aug; Vol. 28 (4), pp. 1390-1398. Date of Electronic Publication: 2021 Apr 05.

Abstract:Sound symbolism refers to associations between language sounds (i.e., phonemes) and perceptual and/or semantic features. One example is the maluma/takete effect: an association between certain phonemes (e.g., /m/, /u/) and roundness, and others (e.g., ...

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A curved honulo improves your short-term and long-term memory.

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Source(s):Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale [Can J Exp Psychol] 2022 Sep; Vol. 76 (3), pp. 201-209. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Apr 28.

Abstract:During his distinguished career, Bill Hockley contributed to memory research in many ways, with work characterized by rigorous and innovative experimental designs. One of the areas he has explored is that of memory for associative information. We echo ...

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Here Be Dragons!

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Source(s):International journal of surgical pathology [Int J Surg Pathol] 2021 Sep; Vol. 29 (6), pp. 638. Date of Electronic Publication: 2020 Jul 08.

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