Teenie Matlock - Selected Papers and Presentations

Papers - Psychology, Linguistics, and Cognitive Science

Matlock, T. (in press). Fictive motion as cognitive simulation. Memory & Cognition.

Matlock, T, Ramscar, M., & Boroditsky, L. (in press). On the experiential link between spatial and temporal language. Cognitive Science.

Matlock, T., & Richardson, D.C. (2004). Does figurative language influence eye movements? A look at fictive motion. In progress.

Matlock, T., & Richardson, D.C. (2004). Do eye movements go with fictive motion? Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

Ramscar, M., Boroditsky, L., & Matlock, T. (2004). Time and motion studies of meaning and mental representation. In progress.

Matlock, T., Ramscar, M., & Boroditsky, L. (2004). The experiential basis of motion language. In A. Soares da Silva, A. Torres, & M. Goncalves (Eds.), Linguagem, cultura e cognicao: Estudo de linguistica cognitiva (pp.43-57). Coimbra: Almedina.

Matlock, T., Ramscar, M., & Boroditsky, L. (2003). The experiential basis of meaning. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

Matlock, T. (2004). The conceptual motivation of fictive motion. In G. Radden and K. Panther (Eds.), Studies in linguistic motivation [Cognitive Linguistics Research]. New York and Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Matlock, T. (in press). Depicting fictive motion in drawings. In J. Luchenbroers, (Ed.), Cognitive Linguistics: Investigations across languages, fields, and philosophical boundaries. Amsterdam: John H. Benjamins.

Gibbs, R.W., Matlock, T., & Hamblin, J. (in press). Conducting empirical studies in cognitive poetics. In V. Herman (Ed.), The Poetics of Cognition: Studies in Mind, Literature and the Verbal Arts. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Maglio, P.P., & Matlock, T. (2003). The conceptual structure of information space. In K. Hook, D. Benyon, & A.J. Munro (Eds), Designing information spaces: The social navigation approach (pp. 385-403). London: Springer.

Maglio, P.P., Matlock, T, Gould, S.J., Koons, D., & Campbell, C.S. (2002). On understanding discourse in human-computer interaction. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

Gibbs, R.W., & Matlock, T. (2002). Looking for metaphor in all the right ways. Theoria et historia scientiarum: A multidisciplinary Approach.

Matlock, T., & Heredia, R. R. (2002). Understanding phrasal verbs in monolinguals and bilinguals. In R.R. Heredia, & J. Altarriba (Eds.), Bilingual Sentence Processing. North-Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.

Coulson, S., & Matlock, T. (2001). Metaphor and the space structuring model. Metaphor & Symbol, 16, 295-316.

Gibbs, R.W., & Matlock, T. (2001). Psycholinguistic perspectives on polysemy. In H. Cuykens, D. Tuggy, & S. Rice (Eds.), Polysemy in cognitive linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Matlock, T., & Gibbs, R.W. (2001). Conceptual knowledge and polysemy: Psycholinguistic studies on the meanings of "make". Communication and Cognition, 231-256.

Gibbs, R.W., & Matlock, T. (2000). Metaphoric imagery in web navigation. Manuscript.

Gibbs, R.W., & Matlock, T. (1999). Psycholinguistics and mental representations. Cognitive Linguistics, 263 - 269.

Maglio, P.P., & Matlock, T. (1999). The conceptual structure of information space. In Munro, A., Benyon, D., & Hook, K. (Eds.), Social navigation of information space (pp.155-173). Springer Verlag.

Maglio, P.P., Matlock, T., Raphaely, D., Chernicky, B., & Kirsh, D. (1999). Interactive skill in Scrabble. In Proceedings of the Twenty-first Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Matlock, T. (1998). What is missing in research on idioms. American Journal of Psychology, 111.

Maglio, P. P. & Matlock, T. (1998).Metaphors we surf the web by. In Workshop on Personal and Social Navigation in Information Space, Stockholm, Sweden.

Matlock, T. & Maglio, P. P. (1996). Apparent motion on the World Wide Web. In Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Matlock, T. (1989). Metaphor and the grammaticalization of evidentials. Berkeley Linguistics Society, 15.

Matlock, T. (1988). The metaphorical extensions of 'see'. West Coast Conference on Linguistics, 18.

Papers - Human-Computer Interaction

Barra, M., Cillo, T., De Santis, A., Ferraro-Petrillo, U., Negro, A., Scarano, V., Matlock, T., & Maglio, P. P. (2001). Personal WebMelody: Customized sonification of web servers. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Displays (ICAD 2001).

Barra, M., Cillo, T., De Santis, A., Ferraro-Petrillo, U., Negro, A., Scarano, V., Matlock, T., & Maglio, P. P. (2001). Personal WebMelody: Customized sonification of web servers. Poster Proceedings of the Tenth International World Wide Web Conference.

Matlock, T., Campbell, C.S., Maglio, P.P., Zhai, S., & Smith, B.A. (2001). Designing feedback for an attentive office. In Proceedings of the Eighth Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Interact 2001).

Maglio, P., Matlock, T,. Campbell, C., Zhai, S., & Smith, B.A. (2000). Gaze and speech in attentive user interfaces. In Proceedings of The Third International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI).

Selected Presentations

Matlock, T., & Richardson, D.C. (October, 2004). Where eye movements go with fictive motion. Conceptual Structure in Discourse and Language.

Matlock, T., & Richardson, D.C. (August, 2004). Do eye movements go with fictive motion? Poster presented at the 26th Annual Cognitive Science Society.

Matlock, T. (November, 2003). Simulating motion in language and thought. Symbolics Systems Forum. Stanford University.

Matlock, T. (July, 2003). Looking at fictive motion. Eighth Annual International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. La Rioja, Spain.

Matlock, T., & Clark, H.H. (July, 2003). Gesture in space and language. Eighth Annual International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. La Rioja, Spain.

Matlock, T., Ramscar, M., & Boroditsky, L. (July, 2003). The experiential basis of motion language. Language, Culture, and Cognition: An International Conference on Cognitive Lingusitics. Braga, Portugal.

Matlock, T. (May, 2003). Where's fictive motion been lately? Cognitive Friday seminar. Psychology Department, Stanford University.

Matlock, T. (May, 2003). Simulating motion in language and thought. Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics Workshop. Cornell University.

Matlock, T. (March, 2003). The experiential basis of fictive motion. International Computer Science Institute, University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley, CA.

Matlock, T.(October, 2002). Abstract motion: Who's behind the wheel and where are they going? Semantics seminar, Linguistics Department, Universtity of California, Berkeley.

Matlock, T. (October, 2002). The psychology of subjectively experienced motion. CSDL Conference (Conceptual Structure in Discourse and Language). Rice University.

Matlock, T. (May, 2002). Fictive motion in language and thought. Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences. Stanford University.

Matlock, T. (May, 2002). Fictive motion in language and thought. Cognitive Science colloquium. University of Hawaii.

Matlock, T. (March, 2002). Why a road can go: Fictive motion. Cognitive Friday seminar, Psychology Department, Stanford University.

Matlock, T. (December, 2001). Is there anything real about fictive motion? International Computer Science Institute, University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley, California.

Matlock, T. (December, 2001). Is anything real about fictive motion? Cognitive Science Department, University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, California.

Matlock, T. (November, 2001). What's real about fictive motion? Psychology Department. University of California, Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, California.

Matlock, T. (July, 2001). Fictive motion is real motion. Seventh International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC), Santa Barbara.

Matlock, T. (April, 2001). Looking at fictive motion. Fourth International Conference on Research & Applying Metaphor (RAAM IV). Tunis, Tunisia.

Matlock, T. (July, 1999). A conceptual analysis of the polysemous verb "make": The emergence and interaction of meaning structures. Sixth annual Cognitive Linguitics Conference (ICLC). Stockholm, Sweden.

Appel, R., & Matlock, T. (April, 1998). Acquiring polysemous word meanings: The challenge for first and second language learners. AERA Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.

Maglio, P., & Matlock, T. (October, 1998). Emergent structure in information space. Poster presented at Conceptual Structure in Discourse and Language. Emory University, Atlanta, GA.

Matlock, T., & Modjeska, D. (October, 1998). An experiential approach to getting around in virtual information spaces. Multi-modal Symposium. Cognitive Science Department. Lund, Sweden.

Maglio, P. & Matlock, T. (March, 1998). Metaphors we surf the web by. Workshop on Personal and Social Navigation. Stockholm, Sweden.

Matlock, T., Heredia, R. & Mclaughlin, B. (October, 1996). Phrasal verbs and second language learners: A crosslinguistic look at lexical disambiguation. Second Language Research Forum, Tuscon, AZ.

Matlock, T., & Sweetser, E.E. (1989). Semantic change from perception verbs to evidentials and mental state verbs: When a picture is and isn't worth a thousand words. Annual Cognitive Semantics Workshop. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA.



Teenie Matlock
Psychology Department
Stanford University
tmatlock@psych.stanford.edu