Recent Publications

Virtue, S.M., & Cahr, D.S. (2022). Trademarks and the Brain: Neuroscience and the Processing of Non-Literal Language, The Trademark Reporter, 112 (4), 695-705.

Briner, S., Schutzenhofer, M., & Virtue, S. (2018). The effects of prior knowledge on the hemispheric processing of conventional metaphors. Neuropsychologia, 114, 101-109.

Virtue, S., & Schutzenhofer, M., & Tomkins, B. (2017). Hemispheric processing of predictive inferences during reading: The influence of negatively emotional valenced stimuli. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 4, 455-472.

Virtue, S., & Sundermeier, B. (2016). What can neuroimaging research tell us about inference generation during text comprehension? Language and Linguistics Compass, 10, 257-271.

Virtue, S., & Motyka Joss, L. (2016). Hemispheric processing of predictive inferences: The influence of reading goals and textual constraint. Cognitive Neuroscience, 1-9.

Briner, S., & Virtue, S. (2014). Hemispheric processing of idioms: The influence of familiarity and ambiguity. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 28, 1-18.

Briner, S., Virtue, S., & Schutzenhofer, M. (2014). Hemispheric processing of mental representations during text comprehension: Evidence for inhibition of inconsistent shape information. Neuorpsychologia, 61, 96-104.

Virtue, S., & Motyka Joss, L. (2012). The hemispheric processing of inferences during text comprehension: The role of semantic information and task difficulty. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain, and Cognition, 17, (5), 549-564.

Briner, S., Virtue, S., & Kurby, C. (2012). Processing causality in narrative events: Temporal order matters. Discourse Processes, 49, 61-77.

Briner, S., Motyka Joss, L., & Virtue, S. (2011). Hemispheric processing of sarcastic text. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 24, 466-475.

Vance, K., & Virtue, S. (2011). Metaphoric advertisement comprehension: The role of the cerebral hemispheres. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 10, 41-50.

Vance, K., & Virtue, S. (2011). Brand familiarity in advertisement slogans: The role of the left and right cerebral hemispheres. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 3, 42-55.

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