The neural basis of non-literal language processing: A meta-analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies

Hauptman, Miriam E.


  • Researchers of non-literal language (e.g., humor, metaphor, indirect speech) have traditionally sought to establish whether different cognitive mechanisms support non-literal vs. literal language processing. Previous approaches treated processing time and hemispheric lateralization as indicators of the recruitment of different cognitive mechanisms in non-literal language processing. In the ... read more
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