COGS1simulationlecture

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Unformatted text preview: Ben Bergen Associate Professor UCSD Cognitive Science Cognitive Science 1 November 30, 2010 s David Strayer s Frank Drews s Joel Cooper eenie atlock s Teenie Matlock s Srini Narayanan s Shane Lindsay s Kathryn Wheeler s people understand narratives by subconsciously simulating the situation being described. When hearing or reading about grasping, we simulate grasping, being grasped, or watching someone grasp. (Feldman & Narayanan, 2004) s If language about visible things or performable actions drives people to perform visual or motor simulation, this should interfere with actual vision or motor control s [up] The mule climbed . s [down] The chair toppled . + 560 580 600 620 * p<0.05 msec) 460 480 500 520 540 Down Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Literal Verb Literal Noun Metaphor Abstract Same Different * Verbs Nouns Metaphor Sentence meaning Response time ( s [up] The sky darkened. s [down] The floor squeaked. 560 580 600 620 * p<0.05 msec) 460 480 500 520 540 Down Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Literal Verb Literal Noun Metaphor Abstract Same Different * Verbs Nouns Metaphor Sentence meaning Response time ( 560 580 600 620 * p<0.05 msec) 460 480 500 520 540 Down Up Down Up Down Up Down Up Literal Verb Literal Noun Metaphor Abstract Same Different * Metaphor Sentence meaning Verbs Nouns Response time ( Literal s [up] The mule climbed....
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