Stephen Flusberg

Purchase College, SUNY 
metaphor, analogy, attention, learning, perception, expertise
"Stephen Flusberg"
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Flusberg SJ, Thibodeau PH, Holmes KJ. (2022) Even simple framing effects are rational. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 45: e228
Flusberg SJ, van der Vord J, Husney SQ, et al. (2022) Who's the "Real" Victim? How Victim Framing Shapes Attitudes Toward Sexual Assault. Psychological Science. 33: 524-537
Thibodeau PH, Matlock T, Flusberg SJ. (2019) The role of metaphor in communication and thought Language and Linguistics Compass. 13: e12327
Holmes KJ, Flusberg SJ, Thibodeau PH. (2018) Compound Words Reflect Cross-Culturally Shared Bodily Metaphors. Cognitive Science
Flusberg SJ, Matlock T, Thibodeau PH. (2018) War metaphors in public discourse Metaphor and Symbol. 33: 1-18
Flusberg SJ, Matlock T, Thibodeau PH. (2017) Metaphors for the War (or Race) against Climate Change Environmental Communication. 11: 769-783
Palmer EM, Fencsik DE, Flusberg SJ, et al. (2011) Signal detection evidence for limited capacity in visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 73: 2413-24
Flusberg SJ, Boroditsky L. (2011) Are things that are hard to physically move also hard to imagine moving? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 18: 158-64
Kunar M, Flusberg S, Wolfe J. (2010) Why don't people use memory when repeatedly searching though an over-learned visual display? Journal of Vision. 8: 311-311
Fencsik DE, Horowitz TS, Flusberg SJ, et al. (2010) Change detection has no foresight: Measuring advanced knowledge of changes across displays Journal of Vision. 6: 789-789
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