1985 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1978 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metaphor, Meaning, Literal and figurative language, Psycholinguistics and Literal. His Metaphor study combines topics in areas such as Pragmatics, Cognitive psychology, Categorization and Comprehension. His work deals with themes such as Variation and Attribution, which intersect with Comprehension.
Meaning is frequently linked to Statement in his study. Sam Glucksberg works mostly in the field of Literal and figurative language, limiting it down to topics relating to Context and, in certain cases, Reading comprehension, Everyday life and Conceptual metaphor. His studies in Psycholinguistics integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Referential communication and Set.
Sam Glucksberg mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Metaphor, Comprehension, Social psychology and Literal and figurative language. His Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Developmental psychology, Functional fixedness and Priming. In his research, Function is intimately related to Communication, which falls under the overarching field of Metaphor.
His Comprehension course of study focuses on Semantics and Lexico and Word. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Property, Interpretation and Covert. His Literal and figurative language research includes themes of Context, Literal, Meaning and Literal.
His main research concerns Property, Social psychology, Metaphor, Cognitive psychology and Neuroscience of multilingualism. Sam Glucksberg has included themes like Semantics, Cue validity and Falsity in his Property study. Sam Glucksberg combines subjects such as Comprehension, Context, Literal and figurative language and Meaning with his study of Metaphor.
His Literal and figurative language research incorporates themes from Similarity and Artificial intelligence. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cognitive load, False belief and Audience design. His Neuroscience of multilingualism research includes elements of Developmental psychology and Egocentric bias.
Sam Glucksberg spends much of his time researching Property, Semantics, Statement, Metaphor and Plural. His study in Property is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Generalization, Social psychology and Problem of universals. His Statement study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Negation, Comprehension, Lexical decision task, Meaning and Pragmatics.
In the field of Metaphor, his study on Simile overlaps with subjects such as Miller. His study ties his expertise on Cue validity together with the subject of Plural.
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Understanding figurative language : from metaphors to idioms
Understanding Metaphorical Comparisons: Beyond Similarity.
Sam Glucksberg;Boaz Keysar.
Psychological Review (1990)
Natural categories: Well defined or fuzzy sets?
Michael E. McCloskey;Sam Glucksberg.
Memory & Cognition (1978)
How to be sarcastic: The echoic reminder theory of verbal irony.
Roger J. Kreuz;Sam Glucksberg.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (1989)
The psycholinguistics of metaphor
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2003)
On understanding nonliteral speech: Can people ignore metaphors?
Sam Glucksberg;Patricia Gildea;Howard B. Bookin.
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior (1982)
Property attribution in metaphor comprehension
Sam Glucksberg;Matthew S. McGlone;Deanna Manfredi.
Journal of Memory and Language (1997)
How about another piece of pie: the allusional pretense theory of discourse irony.
Sachi Kumon-Nakamura;Sam Glucksberg;Mary Brown.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (1995)
Understanding idiomatic expressions. The contribution of word meanings
Cristina Cacciari;Sam Glucksberg.
Advances in psychology (1991)
Referential communication in nursery school children: method and some preliminary findings.
Sam Glucksberg;Robert M. Krauss;Robert Weisberg.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (1966)
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