Lera Boroditsky
Lera Boroditsky
Associate Professor of Cognitive Science, UCSD
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TitleCited byYear
Does language shape thought?: Mandarin and English speakers' conceptions of time
L Boroditsky
Cognitive psychology 43 (1), 1-22, 2001
16482001
Metaphoric structuring: Understanding time through spatial metaphors
L Boroditsky
Cognition 75 (1), 1-28, 2000
16242000
Time in the mind: Using space to think about time
D Casasanto, L Boroditsky
Cognition 106 (2), 579-593, 2008
9922008
The roles of body and mind in abstract thought
L Boroditsky, M Ramscar
Psychological science 13 (2), 185-189, 2002
8632002
Russian blues reveal effects of language on color discrimination
J Winawer, N Witthoft, MC Frank, L Wu, AR Wade, L Boroditsky
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (19), 7780-7785, 2007
7492007
Individuation, relativity, and early word learning
D Gentner, L Boroditsky
Language acquisition and conceptual development 3, 215-256, 2001
7392001
Sex, syntax, and semantics
L Boroditsky, LA Schmidt, W Phillips
Language in mind: Advances in the study of language and thought, 61-79, 2003
6402003
Metaphors we think with: The role of metaphor in reasoning
PH Thibodeau, L Boroditsky
PloS one 6 (2), e16782, 2011
5962011
As time goes by: Evidence for two systems in processing space→ time metaphors
D Gentner, M Imai, L Boroditsky
Language and cognitive processes 17 (5), 537-565, 2002
3892002
Do English and Mandarin speakers think about time differently?
L Boroditsky, O Fuhrman, K McCormick
Cognition 118 (1), 123-129, 2011
3532011
How language shapes thought
L Boroditsky
Scientific American 304 (2), 62-65, 2011
3482011
Cross‐cultural differences in mental representations of time: Evidence from an implicit nonlinguistic task
O Fuhrman, L Boroditsky
Cognitive science 34 (8), 1430-1451, 2010
2842010
Remembrances of times East: absolute spatial representations of time in an Australian aboriginal community
L Boroditsky, A Gaby
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1635-1639, 2010
2652010
On the experiential link between spatial and temporal language
T Matlock, M Ramscar, L Boroditsky
Cognitive science 29 (4), 655-664, 2005
2382005
Linguistic relativity
L Boroditsky
Encyclopedia of cognitive science, 2006
2252006
Space and time in the child’s mind: Evidence for a cross‐dimensional asymmetry
D Casasanto, O Fotakopoulou, L Boroditsky
Cognitive science 34 (3), 387-405, 2010
2222010
Natural language metaphors covertly influence reasoning
PH Thibodeau, L Boroditsky
PloS one 8 (1), e52961, 2013
1692013
How linguistic and cultural forces shape conceptions of time: English and Mandarin time in 3D
O Fuhrman, K McCormick, E Chen, H Jiang, D Shu, S Mao, L Boroditsky
Cognitive science 35 (7), 1305-1328, 2011
1542011
Who dunnit? Cross-linguistic differences in eye-witness memory
CM Fausey, L Boroditsky
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (1), 150-157, 2011
1462011
How does our language shape the way we think
L Boroditsky
What’s next, 116-129, 2009
1312009
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