Chris Westbury

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University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
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Sidhu DM, Westbury C, Hollis G, et al. (2021) Sound symbolism shapes the English language: The maluma/takete effect in English nouns. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Hofmann MJ, Biemann C, Westbury C, et al. (2018) Simple Co-Occurrence Statistics Reproducibly Predict Association Ratings. Cognitive Science
Westbury C, Hollis G, Sidhu DM, et al. (2017) Weighing up the evidence for sound symbolism: Distributional properties predict cue strength Journal of Memory and Language. 99: 122-150
Reilly J, Hung J, Westbury C. (2016) Non-Arbitrariness in Mapping Word Form to Meaning: Cross-Linguistic Formal Markers of Word Concreteness. Cognitive Science
Radanović J, Westbury C, Milin P. (2016) Quantifying semantic animacy: How much are words alive? Applied Psycholinguistics. 37: 1477-1499
Westbury C, Shaoul C, Moroschan G, et al. (2016) Telling the world's least funny jokes: On the quantification of humor as entropy Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 141-156
Westbury C, Keith J, Briesemeister BB, et al. (2015) Avoid violence, rioting, and outrage; approach celebration, delight, and strength: Using large text corpora to compute valence, arousal, and the basic emotions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 68: 1599-622
Keith J, Westbury C, Goldman J. (2015) Performance impact of stop lists and morphological decomposition on word-word corpus-based semantic space models. Behavior Research Methods. 47: 666-84
Shaoul C, Baayen RH, Westbury CF. (2014) N-gram probability effects in a cloze task Mental Lexicon. 9: 437-472
Westbury CF, Shaoul C, Hollis G, et al. (2013) Now you see it, now you don't: on emotion, context, and the algorithmic prediction of human imageability judgments. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 991
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