Marianna M. Bolognesi
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Framing COVID-19: How we conceptualize and discuss the pandemic on Twitter
P Wicke, MM Bolognesi
PloS one 15 (9), e0240010, 2020
A cognitive semiotic exploration of metaphors in Greek street art
G Stampoulidis, M Bolognesi, J Zlatev
Cognitive Semiotics 12 (1), 2019
Reliability in content analysis: The case of semantic feature norms classification
M Bolognesi, R Pilgram, R van den Heerik
Behavior research methods 49 (6), 1984-2001, 2017
Using semantic feature norms to investigate how the visual and verbal modes afford metaphor construction and expression
M Bolognesi
Language and Cognition, 2016
Editors' Introduction: Abstract Concepts: Structure, Processing, and Modeling
M Bolognesi, G Steen
Topics in cognitive science 10 (3), 490-500, 2018
VisMet: a corpus of visual metaphors
M Bolognesi, R Van den Heerik, E Van den Berg
Visual Metaphor: structure and process. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishers, 2018
Similarity is Closeness: Using distributional semantic spaces to model similarity in visual and linguistic metaphors
M Bolognesi, L Aina
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 2017
Modeling Semantic Similarity between Metaphor Terms of Visual vs. Linguistic Metaphors through Flickr Tag Distributions
M Bolognesi
Frontiers in Communication language Sciences, 2016
Bringing metaphors back to the streets: A corpus-based study for the identification and interpretation of rhetorical figures in street art
G Stampoulidis, M Bolognesi
Visual Communication, 1470357219877538, 2019
Core features: measures and characterization for different languages
L Vivas, M Montefinese, M Bolognesi, J Vivas
Cognitive processing 21 (4), 651-667, 2020
Conceptual metaphors and metaphorical expressions in images
M Bolognesi
Cognitive modelling in language and discourse across cultures/Baicchi A …, 2017
Metaphors in Dreams: where cognitive linguistics meets psychoanalysis
M Bolognesi, R Bichisecchi
Language and Psychoanalysis 3 (1), 4-22, 2014
Flickr® Distributional Tagspace: Evaluating the semantic spaces emerging from Flickr® tags distributions.
M Bolognesi
Big Data in Cognitive Science, 2016
How language and image construct synaesthetic metaphors in print advertising
M Bolognesi, F Strik Lievers
Visual Communication 19 (4), 431-457, 2020
Emoji-based semantic representations for abstract and concrete concepts
P Wicke, M Bolognesi
Cognitive processing, 1-21, 2020
How abstract concepts emerge from metaphorical images: The metonymic way
M Bolognesi, P Vernillo
Language & Communication 69, 26-41, 2019
How polysemy affects concreteness ratings: the case of metaphor
WG Reijnierse, C Burgers, M Bolognesi, T Krennmayr
Cognitive science 43 (8), e12779, 2019
Distributional Semantics meets Embodied Cognition: Flickr® as a database of semantic features
M Bolognesi
Selected Papers from the 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 18-35, 2014
On abstraction: decoupling conceptual concreteness and categorical specificity
M Bolognesi, C Burgers, T Caselli
Cognitive processing, 1-17, 2020
Abstract concepts: Structure, processing and modeling. editors’ introduction
M Bolognesi, G Steen
Topics in Cognitive Science 10 (3), 490-500, 2018
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