Teenie Matlock
Teenie Matlock
Vice Provost for the Faculty, McClatchy Chair in Communications, Professor of Cognitive Science
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TitleCited byYear
Fictive motion as cognitive simulation
T Matlock
Memory & Cognition 32 (8), 1389-1400, 2004
Spatial and linguistic aspects of visual imagery in sentence comprehension
BK Bergen, S Lindsay, T Matlock, S Narayanan
Cognitive science 31 (5), 733-764, 2007
On the experiential link between spatial and temporal language
T Matlock, M Ramscar, L Boroditsky
Cognitive science 29 (4), 655-664, 2005
The integration of figurative language and static depictions: An eye movement study of fictive motion
D Richardson, T Matlock
Cognition 102 (1), 129-138, 2007
Metaphor, imagination, and simulation: Psycholinguistic evidence.
RW Gibbs Jr, T Matlock
Cambridge University Press, 2008
Gaze and speech in attentive user interfaces
PP Maglio, T Matlock, CS Campbell, S Zhai, BA Smith
International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces, 1-7, 2000
Metaphor and the space structuring model
S Coulson, T Matlock
Metaphor and Symbol 16 (3-4), 295-316, 2001
The conceptual motivation of fictive motion
T Matlock
Studies in linguistic motivation, 221-248, 2004
Of magnitudes and metaphors: Explaining cognitive interactions between space, time, and number
B Winter, T Marghetis, T Matlock
Cortex 64, 209-224, 2015
Can grammar win elections?
CM Fausey, T Matlock
Political Psychology 32 (4), 563-574, 2011
Character input interface for compact electronic devices
PP Maglio, TG Matlock
US Patent 6,744,427, 2004
The conceptual structure of information space
PP Maglio, T Matlock
Social navigation of information space, 155-173, 1999
Understanding phrasal verbs in monolinguals and bilinguals
T Matlock, RR Heredia
Advances in psychology 134, 251-274, 2002
Interactive skill in Scrabble
PP Maglio, T Matlock, D Raphaely, B Chernicky, D Kirsh
Proceedings of the twenty-first annual conference of the cognitive science …, 1999
Metaphors we surf the web by
PP Maglio, T Matlock
Workshop on Personalized and Social Navigation in Information Space, 1-9, 1998
Abstract motion is no longer abstract
T Matlock
Language and Cognition 2 (2), 243-260, 2010
Categorization in the wild
RJ Glushko, PP Maglio, T Matlock, LW Barsalou
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (4), 129-135, 2008
Metaphor and the grammaticalization of evidentials
T Matlock
Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society 15, 215-225, 1989
Even abstract motion influences the understanding of time
T Matlock, KJ Holmes, M Srinivasan, M Ramscar
Metaphor and Symbol 26 (4), 260-271, 2011
Do eye movements go with fictive motion?
T Matlock, DC Richardson
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 26 (26), 2004
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