BRYOR SNEFJELLA
BRYOR SNEFJELLA
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Concreteness and psychological distance in natural language use
B Snefjella, V Kuperman
Psychological science 26 (9), 1449-1460, 2015
492015
It’s all in the delivery: Effects of context valence, arousal, and concreteness on visual word processing
B Snefjella, V Kuperman
Cognition 156, 135-146, 2016
142016
Historical evolution of concrete and abstract language revisited
B Snefjella, M Généreux, V Kuperman
Behavior research methods 51 (4), 1693-1705, 2019
82019
National character stereotypes mirror language use: A study of Canadian and American tweets
B Snefjella, D Schmidtke, V Kuperman
PloS one 13 (11), e0206188, 2018
42018
How emotion is learned: Semantic learning of novel words in emotional contexts
B Snefjella, N Lana, V Kuperman
Journal of Memory and Language 115, 104171, 2020
12020
Searching for neurophysiological evidence for semantic prosody: An ERP study using generalized additive mixed models
B Snefjella, J Connolly
International Journal of Psychophysiology 100 (108), 167, 2016
12016
Semantic Norm Extrapolation is a Missing Data Problem
B Snefjella, I Blank
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Words in the Wilds
B Snefjella
2019
FREQUENCY AND FACT: LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD THROUGH A CORPUS OF WORLD-ENGLISHES
B Snefjella
2014
Generating a Historical Concreteness Lexicon
B Snefjella, M Genereux, V Kuperman
Using Twitter to examine geo-linguistic variation at the national border
D Schmidtke, V Kuperman, B Snefjella
Effects of Contextual Valence, Arousal, and Concreteness on Visual Word Recognition
B Snefjella, V Kuperman
Context 1, 01, 0
National Character Stereotypes Correspond to a Nation’s Distinctive Words
B Snefjella, D Schmidtke, V Kuperman
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