1985 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His Humanities study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Schema (genetic algorithms), Machine learning, Neuroscience, Perception and Content (measure theory), Mathematical analysis. Machine learning is closely attributed to Schema (genetic algorithms) in his study. His Neuroscience research is linked to Emotion recognition and Perception, among other subjects. His Mathematical analysis study frequently links to related topics such as Content (measure theory). Much of his study explores Social psychology relationship to Emotion classification. His research combines Cognitive psychology and Emotion classification. His study ties his expertise on Negativity effect together with the subject of Cognitive psychology. His study ties his expertise on Preference together with the subject of Statistics. Much of his study explores Preference relationship to Statistics.
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The Cognitive Structure of Emotions
Andrew Ortony;Gerald L. Clore;Allan Collins.
Metaphor and Thought
What's Basic about Basic Emotions?.
Andrew Ortony;Terence J. Turner.
Psychological Review (1990)
Similarity and analogical reasoning
Stella Vosniadou;Andrew Ortony.
The contributions to this volume are extensively revised versions of papers delivered at a Workshop on Similarity and Analogy held at the Allerton House of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in Jun 1986. (1989)
Why Metaphors Are Necessary and Not Just Nice
Educational Theory (1975)
Beyond Literal Similarity
Psychological Review (1979)
Interpreting metaphors and idioms: Some effects of context on comprehension
Andrew Ortony;Diane L. Schallert;Ralph E. Reynolds;Stephen J. Antos.
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior (1978)
On putting apples into bottles — A problem of polysemy
Richard C Anderson;Andrew Ortony.
Cognitive Psychology (1975)
The psychological foundations of the affective lexicon.
Gerald L. Clore;Andrew Ortony;Mark A. Foss.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1987)
The Referential Structure of the Affective Lexicon
Andrew Ortony;Gerald L. Clore;Mark A. Foss.
Cognitive Science (1987)
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