Fritz Günther
Fritz Günther
Department of Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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Vector-space models of semantic representation from a cognitive perspective: A discussion of common misconceptions
F Günther, L Rinaldi, M Marelli
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (6), 1006-1033, 2019
LSAfun-An R package for computations based on Latent Semantic Analysis
F Günther, C Dudschig, B Kaup
Behavior Research Methods 47 (4), 930-944, 2015
Latent semantic analysis cosines as a cognitive similarity measure: Evidence from priming studies
F Günther, C Dudschig, B Kaup
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (4), 626-653, 2016
Application of latent semantic analysis to divergent thinking is biased by elaboration
B Forthmann, O Oyebade, A Ojo, F Günther, H Holling
The Journal of Creative Behavior 53 (4), 559-575, 2019
Enter sandman: Compound processing and semantic transparency in a compositional perspective.
F Günther, M Marelli
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (10 …, 2019
‘Understanding’differs between English and German: Capturing systematic language differences of complex words
F Günther, E Smolka, M Marelli
Cortex 116, 168-175, 2019
Immediate sensorimotor grounding of novel concepts learned from language alone
F Günther, T Nguyen, L Chen, C Dudschig, B Kaup, AM Glenberg
Journal of Memory and Language 115, 104172, 2020
Symbol grounding without direct experience: Do words inherit sensorimotor activation from purely linguistic context?
F Günther, C Dudschig, B Kaup
Cognitive science 42, 336-374, 2018
Understanding Karma Police: The perceived plausibility of noun compounds as predicted by distributional models of semantic representation
F Günther, M Marelli
PloS one 11 (10), 2016
Data-driven computational models reveal perceptual simulation in word processing
MA Petilli, F Günther, A Vergallito, M Ciapparelli, M Marelli
Journal of Memory and Language 117, 104194, 2021
Semantic transparency is not invisibility: A computational model of perceptually-grounded conceptual combination in word processing
F Günther, MA Petilli, M Marelli
Journal of Memory and Language 112, 104104, 2020
Semantic transparency effects in German compounds: A large dataset and multiple-task investigation
F Günther, M Marelli, J Bölte
Behavior Research Methods 52, 1208-1224, 2020
Images of the unseen: Extrapolating visual representations for abstract and concrete words in a data-driven computational model
F Günther, MA Petilli, A Vergallito, M Marelli
Psychological Research, 1-21, 2020
Trying to make it work: Compositional effects in the processing of compound "nonwords"
F Günther, M Marelli
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73, 1082-1091, 2020
Predicting lexical priming effects from distributional semantic similarities: A replication with extension
F Günther, C Dudschig, B Kaup
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1646, 2016
A (distributional) semantic perspective on the processing of morphologically complex words
S Amenta, F Günther, M Marelli
The Mental Lexicon 15 (1), 62-78, 2020
ViSpa (Vision Spaces): A computer-vision-based representation system for individual images and concept prototypes, with large-scale evaluation
F Günther, M Marelli, S Tureski, MA Petilli
Psychological Review 130, 896-934, 2023
Patterns in CAOSS: Distributed representations predict variation in relational interpretations for familiar and novel compound words
F Günther, M Marelli
Cognitive Psychology 134, 101471, 2022
CAOSS and transcendence: Modeling role-dependent constituent meanings in compounds
F Günther, M Marelli
Morphology, 1-24, 2021
The limits of automatic sensorimotor processing during word processing: Investigations with repeated linguistic experience, memory consolidation during sleep, and rich …
F Günther, SA Press, C Dudschig, B Kaup
Psychological Research, 1-12, 2021
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