Benjamin Bergen

Title(s)Professor, Cognitive Science
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    1. When is a word in good company for learning? Dev Sci. 2024 Apr 10; e13510. Unger L, Chang T, Savic O, Bergen BK, Sloutsky VM. PMID: 38597678.
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    2. Strong Prediction: Language Model Surprisal Explains Multiple N400 Effects. Neurobiol Lang (Camb). 2024; 5(1):107-135. Michaelov JA, Bardolph MD, Van Petten CK, Bergen BK, Coulson S. PMID: 38645623; PMCID: PMC11025652.
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    3. Ignoring the alternatives: The N400 is sensitive to stimulus preactivation alone. Cortex. 2023 Nov; 168:82-101. Michaelov JA, Bergen BK. PMID: 37678069.
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    4. Do Large Language Models Know What Humans Know? Cogn Sci. 2023 07; 47(7):e13309. Trott S, Jones C, Chang T, Michaelov J, Bergen B. PMID: 37401923.
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    5. Word meaning is both categorical and continuous. Psychol Rev. 2023 Oct; 130(5):1239-1261. Trott S, Bergen B. PMID: 36892900.
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    6. Spontaneous, controlled acts of reference between friends and strangers. Lang Resour Eval. 2022 Nov 28; 1-25. Trott S, Bergen B, Wittenberg E. PMID: 36465948; PMCID: PMC9702832.
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    7. Sentence-based mental simulations: Evidence from behavioral experiments using garden-path sentences. Mem Cognit. 2023 05; 51(4):952-965. Schütt E, Dudschig C, Bergen BK, Kaup B. PMID: 36307639; PMCID: PMC10129931.
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    8. The Role of Prosody in Disambiguating English Indirect Requests. Lang Speech. 2023 Mar; 66(1):118-142. Trott S, Reed S, Kaliblotzky D, Ferreira V, Bergen B. PMID: 35422153.
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    9. Languages are efficient, but for whom? Cognition. 2022 08; 225:105094. Trott S, Bergen B. PMID: 35339794.
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    10. A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE). Psychon Bull Rev. 2022 Apr; 29(2):613-626. Morey RD, Kaschak MP, Díez-Álamo AM, Glenberg AM, Zwaan RA, Lakens D, Ibáñez A, García A, Gianelli C, Jones JL, Madden J, Alifano F, Bergen B, Bloxsom NG, Bub DN, Cai ZG, Chartier CR, Chatterjee A, Conwell E, Cook SW, Davis JD, Evers ERK, Girard S, Harter D, Hartung F, Herrera E, Huettig F, Humphries S, Juanchich M, Kühne K, Lu S, Lynes T, Masson MEJ, Ostarek M, Pessers S, Reglin R, Steegen S, Thiessen ED, Thomas LE, Trott S, Vandekerckhove J, Vanpaemel W, Vlachou M, Williams K, Ziv-Crispel N. PMID: 34755319; PMCID: PMC9038876.
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    11. Why do human languages have homophones? Cognition. 2020 12; 205:104449. Trott S, Bergen B. PMID: 32947137.
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    12. Do gestures retain mental associations with their iconic origins, even after they become emblematic? An analysis of the middle-finger gesture among American English speakers. PLoS One. 2019; 14(4):e0215633. Bergen BK. PMID: 31039181; PMCID: PMC6490901.
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    13. Do Metaphors Move From Mind to Mouth? Evidence From a New System of Linguistic Metaphors for Time. Cogn Sci. 2018 11; 42(8):2950-2975. Hendricks RK, Bergen BK, Marghetis T. PMID: 30328150.
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    14. The spatial alignment of time: Differences in alignment of deictic and sequence time along the sagittal and lateral axes. Acta Psychol (Amst). 2017 Apr; 175:13-20. Walker EJ, Bergen BK, Núñez R. PMID: 28259726.
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    15. Action verbs are processed differently in metaphorical and literal sentences depending on the semantic match of visual primes. Front Hum Neurosci. 2014; 8:982. Troyer M, Curley LB, Miller LE, Saygin AP, Bergen BK. PMID: 25538604; PMCID: PMC4255517.
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    16. Metaphor priming in sentence production: concrete pictures affect abstract language production. Acta Psychol (Amst). 2015 Mar; 156:136-42. Sato M, Schafer AJ, Bergen BK. PMID: 25443987.
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    17. Doing arithmetic by hand: hand movements during exact arithmetic reveal systematic, dynamic spatial processing. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove). 2014; 67(8):1579-96. Marghetis T, Núñez R, Bergen BK. PMID: 25051274.
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    18. The case of the missing pronouns: does mentally simulated perspective play a functional role in the comprehension of person? Cognition. 2013 Jun; 127(3):361-74. Sato M, Bergen BK. PMID: 23545386.
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    19. The crosstalk hypothesis: why language interferes with driving. J Exp Psychol Gen. 2013 Feb; 142(1):119-130. Bergen B, Medeiros-Ward N, Wheeler K, Drews F, Strayer D. PMID: 22612769.
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    20. Writing direction affects how people map space onto time. Front Psychol. 2012; 3:109. Bergen BK, Chan Lau TT. PMID: 22514546; PMCID: PMC3322406.
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    21. Body part representations in verbal semantics. Mem Cognit. 2010 Oct; 38(7):969-81. Bergen B, Lau TT, Narayan S, Stojanovic D, Wheeler K. PMID: 20921109.
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    22. Grammatical aspect and mental simulation. Brain Lang. 2010 Mar; 112(3):150-8. Bergen B, Wheeler K. PMID: 19656554.
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    23. Spatial and linguistic aspects of visual imagery in sentence comprehension. Cogn Sci. 2007 Sep 10; 31(5):733-64. Bergen BK, Lindsay S, Matlock T, Narayanan S. PMID: 21635316.
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    24. Nativization processes in L1 Esperanto. J Child Lang. 2001 Oct; 28(3):575-95. Bergen BK. PMID: 11797540.
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