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Gregory L. Murphy
Gregory L. Murphy
Department of Psychology, New York University
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The role of theories in conceptual coherence.
GL Murphy, DL Medin
Psychological review 92 (3), 289, 1985
39671985
The big book of concepts
G Murphy
MIT press, 2004
39062004
On metaphoric representation
GL Murphy
Cognition 60 (2), 173-204, 1996
7211996
Comprehending complex concepts
GL Murphy
Cognitive science 12 (4), 529-562, 1988
6011988
Audience design in meaning and reference
HH Clark, GL Murphy
Advances in psychology 9, 287-299, 1982
5591982
Food for thought: Cross-classification and category organization in a complex real-world domain
BH Ross, GL Murphy
Cognitive psychology 38 (4), 495-553, 1999
5081999
Models of concepts
B Cohen, GL Murphy
Cognitive science 8 (1), 27-58, 1984
4631984
Thematic relations in adults' concepts.
EL Lin, GL Murphy
Journal of experimental psychology: General 130 (1), 3, 2001
4452001
The representation of polysemous words
DE Klein, GL Murphy
Journal of Memory and Language 45 (2), 259-282, 2001
4332001
Changes in conceptual structure with expertise: Differences between real-world experts and novices.
GL Murphy, JC Wright
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 10 (1), 144, 1984
3891984
Basic-level superiority in picture categorization
GL Murphy, EE Smith
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 21 (1), 1-20, 1982
3611982
Category differentiation in object recognition: typicality constraints on the basic category advantage.
GL Murphy, HH Brownell
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 11 (1), 70, 1985
3401985
Predictions from uncertain categorizations
GL Murphy, BH Ross
Cognitive psychology 27 (2), 148-193, 1994
3261994
Noun phrase interpretation and conceptual combination
GL Murphy
Journal of memory and language 29 (3), 259-288, 1990
3131990
Reasons to doubt the present evidence for metaphoric representation
GL Murphy
Cognition 62 (1), 99-108, 1997
2951997
The locus of knowledge effects in concept learning.
GL Murphy, PD Allopenna
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 20 (4), 904, 1994
2771994
An apple is more than just a fruit: Cross‐classification in children's concepts
SP Nguyen, GL Murphy
Child development 74 (6), 1783-1806, 2003
2482003
The representation of polysemy: MEG evidence
L Pylkkänen, R Llinás, GL Murphy
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (1), 97-109, 2006
2452006
Categorizing objects in isolation and in scenes: What a superordinate is good for.
GL Murphy, EJ Wisniewski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 15 (4), 572, 1989
2331989
Paper has been my ruin: Conceptual relations of polysemous senses
DE Klein, GL Murphy
Journal of Memory and Language 47 (4), 548-570, 2002
2262002
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