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1:00-1:50 pm @Metaphor

1: Activation and inhibition of semantic features in metaphor comprehension:

Evidence for asymmetry between topic and vehicle

Keiko Nakamoto (Kyoto Univ. post doctorial researcher)

2: The effect of familiarity on semantic activation in metaphor comprehension

Tomohiro Taira (Kyoto Univ. Graduate student)

Comments

Morton Ann Gernsbacher

2:00-2:50 pm@@Story

3: The effect of a protagonistfs emotional shift on situation model construction

Hidetsugu Komeda (Kyoto Univ. Graduate student)

4: The effect of autobiographical memory on story comprehension

Kouhei Tsunemi (Kyoto Univ. graduate student)

Comments

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3:30-5:00 pm

TITLE: "Watching the Brain Comprehend Language"

Morton Ann Gernsbacher (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)

ABSTRACT: In this talk I shall present the results of several experiments designed to watch the brain at work. The work performed by the brain in these experiments was comprehending language - specifically written, spoken, and pictorial narratives. In addition to exploring the neural bases underlying the process I call "mapping" (or integration) and the mechanism I call "suppression," these experiments illustrate general principles involved in brain imaging research.

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