課程資訊
課程名稱
隱喻的心理語言學研究
METAPHOR:A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE 
開課學期
95-1 
授課對象
文學院  語言學研究所  
授課教師
安可思 
課號
LING7408 
課程識別碼
142EM0480 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期二2,3,4(9:10~12:10) 
上課地點
語言所305 
備註
應用語言學領域。本課程以英語授課。
限本系所學生(含輔系、雙修生)
總人數上限:10人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/951psycho 
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參考書目
Ahrens, Kathleen, Ho-Ling Liu, Chia-Ying Lee, Shu-Ping
Gong, Shin-Yi Fang and Yuan-Yu Hsu. In Press. Functional
MRI of Conventional and Anomalous Metaphors in Mandarin
Chinese. Brain and Language.
Cacciari, C., Paola Corradini & Roberto Padovani
(submitted). Does individual speed of processing affect
spoken idiom comprehension?
Caplan, R. & Mirella Dapretto (2001). Making sense during
conversation: an fMRI Study. Neuroreport, 12 (16), 3625-
3632.
Chiappe, D. L & Kennedy, J. M. (2001). Literal Bases for
Metaphor and Simile. Metaphor and Symbol, 16(3&4), 249–
276.
Coulson, S. & Matlock, T. (2001). Metaphor and the Space
Structuring Model. Metaphor and Symbol, 16(3&4), 295–
316.
Coulson, Seana (submitted). Metaphor Comprehension and the
Brain: Empirical Studies.
Frisson, Steven, & Martin J. Pickering (2001).Obtaining a
Figurative Interpretation of a Word: Support for
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171.
Gibbs, Raymond W., Jr. (2001). Evaluating Contemporary
Models of Figurative Language Understanding. Metaphor and
Symbol, 16(3&4), 317–333.
Gildea, P. & Glucksberg, S. (1983). On understanding
metaphor: the role of context. Journal of verbal Learning
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Giora, R & Fein, O. (1999). On understanding familiar and
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31, 1601-1618.
Giora, R (2002). Literal vs. figurative language:
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Glucksberg, S., Mary R. Newsome & Yevgeniya Goldvarg
(2001). Inhibition of the literal: filtering metaphor-
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Ivanko, Stacey L. & Penny M. Pexman (2003). Context
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(3), 241–279.
Katz, A. N. & Todd R. Ferretti (2001). Moment-By-Moment
Reading of Proverbs in Literal and Nonliteral Contexts.
Metaphor and Symbol, 16(3&4), 193–221.
Katz, A. N. (1996). On interpreting statements as metaphor
or irony: contextual heuristics and cognitive
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Implications and Applications. NJ: Lawrence.
Kazmerski, V. A., Dawn g. Blasko, and Banchiamlack g.
Dessa (2003). ERP and behavioral evidence of individual
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Lee, S. S. & Mirella Dapretto (submitted). Metaphorical
vs. Literal Word Meanings: fMRI Evidence Against a
Selective Role of the Right Hemisphere.
Mashal, N., M. Faust, & T. Hendler (submitted).The role of
the right hemisphere in processing nonsalient metaphorical
meanings: Application of Principal Components Analysis to
fMRI data.
Mashal, N., M. Faust, T. Hendler, & M. Jung-Beeman
(submitted). An fMRI investigation of the neural
correlates underlying the processing of novel metaphoric
expressions.
Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Boaz Keysar, Rachel R. W.
Robertson, & Necia K. Werner (2001). The Role of
Suppression and Enhancement in Understanding Metaphors.
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Oliveri, M., Leonor Romero, & Costanza Papagno (2004).
Left But Not Right Temporal Involvement in Opaque Idiom
Comprehension: A Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic
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metaphor processing.
Rapp, A. M., Dirk T. Leube, Michael Erb,Wolfgang Grodd, &
Tilo T.J. Kircher (submitted). Laterality in metaphor
processing: lack of evidence from Functional Magnetic
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Rizzo, S., Marco Sandrini, & Costanza Papagno (submitted).
The role of the prefrontal cortex in idiom interpretation:
a repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation study.
Schmidt, Gwen L., Casey J. DeBuse, & Carol A. Seger (In
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Sotillo, Mar´ıa, Luis Carreti´e, Jos´e A. Hinojosa, Manuel
Tapia, Francisco Mercado, Sara L´opez-Mart´ın, & Jacobo
Albert (2005). Neural activity associated with metaphor
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Stringaris , A. K., Nicholas C. Medford, Vincent
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(submitted). Deriving meaning: distinct neural mechanisms,
literal, and non-meaningful sentences. 
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