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Metaphor and General Literature

Hoorn, J. F. (1997/2002b).
Metaphor and the brain: Behavioral and psychophysiological research into literary metaphor processing (Doctoral dissertation, Free University, 1997). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (12-B), 5988. (UMI No. 3037801)


Hoorn, J. F. (2001a).
A renaissance perspective on the empirical study of literature. An example from psychophysiology. In D. H. Schram & G. Steen (Eds.), The Psychology and Sociology of Literature (pp. 129-143). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.


Hoorn, J. F. (2001b).
Novel metaphor in the theory of figurativeness: A cognitive viewpoint. Studia Germanica Gandensia, 1, 78-82.


Hoorn, J. F. (2000a, June 30).
How is a genre created? Five combinatory hypotheses. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal, 2, 2, Article hoorn1-00. Retrieved September 11, 2003, from http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb00-2/hoorn1-00.html


Hoorn, J. F. (2000b, September 30).
The hazard of hidden interactions: A reanalysis of designs in reaction time-studies on metaphor. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal, 2, 3, Article hoorn2-00. Retrieved September 11, 2003, from http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb00-3/hoorn2-00.html


Van Driel, K., Oosterveld, P., Hoorn, J. F., & Vorst, H. C. M. (2000).
Een model voor cognitieve verwerking van culturele producten getoetst aan beoordelingen van literaire werken [A model of cognitive processing of cultural products tested on judgements of literary works]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 55, 42-55.


Hoorn, J. F., Frank, S. L., Kowalczyk, W., & Van der Ham, F. (1999).
Neural network identification of poets using letter sequences. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 14, 3, 311-338.


Van Driel, K., Hoorn, J. F., Oosterveld, P., & Vorst, H. C. M. (1998).
Beyond good and bad: The cognitive processing of cultural products model. SPIEL, 17, 2, 214-231.


Hoorn, J. F. (1997a).
Electrocortical evidence for the anomaly theory of metaphor processing: A brief introduction. In S. Tötösy de Zepetnek, & I. Sywenky (Eds.), The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application (pp. 67-74). Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta.


Hoorn, J. F. (1997b).
Metaphor and the Brain: Behavioral and Psychophysiological Research into Literary Metaphor Processing. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Review by: Yeshayahu Shen, Tel Aviv Univ


Hoorn, J. F. (1996).
Psychophysiology and literary processing: ERPs to semantic and phonological deviations in reading small verses. In R. J. Kreuz, & M. S. MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical Approaches to Literature and Aesthetics (pp. 339-358). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.


Hoorn, J. F., & Woestenburg, J. C. (1996).
Psychophysiological traces of literary metaphor processing. In M. Sams (Ed), Proceedings of the 8th world congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (p. 73). Tampere, Finland: University of Tampere.


Hoorn, J. F. (Jul. 23, 1991). N400 for semantic mismatches and P560 for nonrhymes in reading verses. Dept. of Psychonomics, Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.


Hoorn, J. F. (Dec. 12, 1991). A physiological column under the temple of literature. Dept. of General and Comparative Literature, Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (1992). Psychophysiological foundations of the processing of rhyme and meaning when reading poetry. IIIrd Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature. Memphis, USA: Psychology, Memphis State University.

Hoorn, J. F. (1992). Outline of metaphor research: Feature elicitation, reaction times, and EEG. Annual Convention of the Workgroup Empirical Literature. Amsterdam: WEL.

Hoorn, J. F. (1994). Three computational models of metaphor processing. IVth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature. Budapest, Hungary: Psychology, University of Budapest.

Hoorn, J. F., & Sanders, A. F. (1994). Serial process models of literary metaphor. Colloqium of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences 'Discrete versus Continuous Processing'. Amsterdam: KNAW.

Hoorn, J. F. (1996). N400 during literary metaphor processing. Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. Tampere, Finland: University of Tampere.

Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 21, 1996). Electrocortical evidence for the anomaly theory of metaphor processing. Vth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature. Banff, Canada: University of Alberta.

Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 26, 1998). Four hypotheses of genre creation. VIth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature, August 26-29. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Sept. 20, 1998). The hazard of hidden interactions: Your design contains them too! XV Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, September 20-24. Rome, Italy: Psychology, University La Sapienza.

Hoorn, J. F. (Dec. 18, 1998). N400 during literary metaphor processing. Symposium of Brain Imaging Techniques of the Dutch Society of Psychonomics. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University. Available: http://neuretn.bio.uu.nl/nvp-sym/nvp.html

Hoorn, J. F. (Jun. 30, 1999). Demonstration: Measuring reaction times while processing metaphors. III RAAM International Congress. Tilburg, the Netherlands: Tilburg University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Feb. 5, 1999). Metaphor in discourse. Language, Information, and Communication. Tilburg, the Netherlands: Tilburg University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jan. 27, 2000). Metaphor processing. Dept. of Information Processing. Soesterberg, the Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jun. 5, 2000). N400 during literary metaphor processing. Dept. of General and Comparative Literature. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Sept. 26, 2000). Personification. Merger between fictional character and metaphor in the new media. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Dutch Organization of Scientific Research.

Hoorn, J. F. (Sept. 3, 2001). Integrating Design of Business Processes and Task Analysis. Hilversum, the Netherlands: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation Oriented research Programs (IOP).

Hoorn, J. F. (Dec. 13, 2001). Changing Requested System Requirements. Special Interest Group on Human Computer Interaction. Delft, Delft Technical University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jan. 9, 2002). Virtual Reality is Not A Technique but an Experience. Dept. of Industrial Design. Delft, Delft Technical University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Apr. 10, 2002). Modeling Creativity for IT Applications. Dept. of Information Management and Software Engineering. Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jun. 5, 2002). Changing Requested System Requirements. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation Oriented research Programs (IOP).

Hoorn, J. F. & Konijn, E. A. (2000). Involvement, distance, and appreciation for fictional characters. VIIth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature. Toronto, Canada: Psychology, University of Toronto.

Hoorn, J. F. & Konijn, E. A. (Oct. 13, 2000). Contra-indications and scale distributions in verbal emotion measurement. Symposium of the Research School of Literature. Amsterdam: Free University.

Frank, S. L., & Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 27, 1998). Neural network analysis for poet identification. VIth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature, August 26-29. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University.

Konijn, E. A., & Hoorn, J. F. (Dec. 12, 1998). Involvement and distance processes with fictional characters. Annual Convention of the Research School of Literature. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University.

Konijn, E. A., & Hoorn, J. F. (Jun. 16, 2000). PEFiC questionnaire construction. General and Comparative Literature and Word & Image Studies. Amsterdam: Free University.

Konijn, E. A., & Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 10, 2000). Perceiving and experiencing fictional characters. XVI Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, August 9-12. New York, USA: Psychology, Montclair State University.

Konijn, E. A., & Hoorn, J. F. (June 13, 2001). Empirical evidence on the PEFiC-model. Omgang met en Beleving van Culturele Producten. Symposium Research School of Literature. Tilburg, The Netherlands: Tilburg University.

Konijn, E. A., & Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 21, 2002). Some like it bad: Testing a model for perceiving and experiencing fictional characters. The 8th International Congress of International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature. Pécs, Hungary: Institute of Psychology, University of Pécs.

Van Driel, K., Hoorn, J. F., & Vorst, H. C. M. (Aug. 28, 1998).
Aesthetics without good and bad: Reading pleasure is cognitive activation. VIth Biannual Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature, August 26-29. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Utrecht University.