David Vinson
David Vinson
Associate Professor, University College London
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The representation of abstract words: why emotion matters.
ST Kousta, G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, M Andrews, E Del Campo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 140 (1), 14, 2011
Nouns and verbs in the brain: a review of behavioural, electrophysiological, neuropsychological and imaging studies
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, J Druks, H Barber, SF Cappa
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (3), 407-426, 2011
Representing the meanings of object and action words: The featural and unitary semantic space hypothesis
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, W Lewis, MF Garrett
Cognitive psychology 48 (4), 422-488, 2004
Integrating experiential and distributional data to learn semantic representations.
M Andrews, G Vigliocco, D Vinson
Psychological review 116 (3), 463, 2009
Emotion words, regardless of polarity, have a processing advantage over neutral words
ST Kousta, DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Cognition 112 (3), 473-481, 2009
The neural representation of abstract words: the role of emotion
G Vigliocco, ST Kousta, PA Della Rosa, DP Vinson, M Tettamanti, ...
Cerebral Cortex 24 (7), 1767-1777, 2014
Semantic feature production norms for a large set of objects and events
DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Behavior Research Methods 40 (1), 183-190, 2008
Language as a multimodal phenomenon: implications for language learning, processing and evolution
G Vigliocco, P Perniss, D Vinson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
Grammatical gender effects on cognition: implications for language learning and language use.
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, F Paganelli, K Dworzynski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (4), 501, 2005
Semantic distance effects on object and action naming
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, MF Damian, W Levelt
Cognition 85 (3), B61-B69, 2002
The road to language learning is iconic: Evidence from British Sign Language
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, B Woll, G Vigliocco
Psychological science 23 (12), 1443-1448, 2012
The British Sign Language (BSL) norms for age of acquisition, familiarity, and iconicity
DP Vinson, K Cormier, T Denmark, A Schembri, G Vigliocco
Behavior research methods 40 (4), 1079-1087, 2008
Is “count” and “mass” information available when the noun is not? An investigation of tip of the tongue states and anomia
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson, RC Martin, MF Garrett
Journal of Memory and Language 40 (4), 534-558, 1999
The link between form and meaning in American Sign Language: lexical processing effects.
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (2), 550, 2009
First language acquisition differs from second language acquisition in prelingually deaf signers: Evidence from sensitivity to grammaticality judgement in British Sign Language
K Cormier, A Schembri, D Vinson, E Orfanidou
Cognition 124 (1), 50-65, 2012
Semantic representation
G Vigliocco, DP Vinson
The Oxford handbook of psycholinguistics, 195-215, 2007
How does emotional content affect lexical processing?
D Vinson, M Ponari, G Vigliocco
Cognition & emotion 28 (4), 737-746, 2014
A semantic analysis of grammatical class impairments: semantic representations of object nouns, action nouns and action verbs
DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Journal of Neurolinguistics 15 (3-5), 317-351, 2002
The breakdown of semantic knowledge: Insights from a statistical model of meaning representation
DP Vinson, G Vigliocco, S Cappa, S Siri
Brain and Language 86 (3), 347-365, 2003
Investigating linguistic relativity through bilingualism: the case of grammatical gender.
ST Kousta, DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (4), 843, 2008
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