Metaphor and Symbol

(The median citation count of Metaphor and Symbol is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Source Domain Verification Using Corpus-based Tools22
Metaphors of Depression. Studying First Person Accounts of Life with Depression Published in Blogs17
“World-beating” Pandemic Responses: Ironical, Sarcastic, and Satirical Use of War and Competition Metaphors in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic10
Individual Differences in Comprehension of Contextualized Metaphors9
Acting like a Hedgehog in Times of Pandemic: Metaphorical Creativity in the #reframecovid Collection9
How We Escape Capture by the “War” Metaphor for Covid-198
The Embodiment of Power as Forward/Backward Movement in Chinese and English Speakers7
Embodied Metaphor Processing: A Study of the Priming Impact of Congruent and Opposite Gestural Representations of Metaphor Schema on Metaphor Comprehension6
Power, Gender, and Individual Differences in Spatial Metaphor: The Role of Perceptual Stereotypes and Language Statistics6
COVID-19 in English and Persian: A Cognitive Linguistic Study of Illness Metaphors across Languages6
Audience Perceptions of COVID-19 Metaphors: The Role of Source Domain and Country Context5
Is the Social Unrest like COVID-19 or Is COVID-19 like the Social Unrest? A Case Study of Source-target Reversibility5
Effects of Communication Modality and Speaker Identity on Metaphor Framing5
Why is Semantic Change Asymmetric? The Role of Concreteness and Word Frequency and Metaphor and Metonymy5
Exploring Perceptions of Novelty and Mirth in Elicited Figurative Language Production4
Duration as Length Vs Amount in English and Spanish: A Corpus Study4
Linguistic Synesthesia in Turkish: A Corpus-based Study of Crossmodal Directionality4
What Else besides War: Deliberate Metaphors Framing COVID-19 in Chinese Online Newspaper Editorials4
The Hero’s Journey and Three Types of Metaphor in Pixar Animation3
“Holy Cow, My Irony Detector Just Exploded!” Calling Out Irony During The Coronavirus Pandemic3
Evading the Lockdown: Animal Metaphors and Dehumanization in Virtual Space3
Irony and Sarcasm2
Metaphoric Conceptualization of Love Pain or Suffering in Turkish Songs through Natural Phenomena and Natural Disasters2
Metaphor Production by Patients with Schizophrenia – A Case Analysis2
Water Metaphors and Evaluation of Syrian Migration: The Flow of Refugees in the Spanish Press2
Mental Simulation in the Processing of Literal and Metaphorical Motion Language: An Eye Movement Study2
Metaphor in the Academic Mentoring of International Undergraduate Students: The Erasmus Experience2
Structure Mapping in Second-Language Metaphor Processing2
Different Metaphorical Orientations of Time Succession between Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine2
Weaponization: Ubiquity and Metaphorical Meaningfulness1
The Interplay of Metaphor and Metonymy in Christian Symbols1
“Dizziness of Freedom”: Anxiety Disorders and Metaphorical Meaning-making1
Pull the weeds out or perish: Using pandemic metaphors to strengthen in-group solidarity in Turkish political discourse1
Individual Differences in Verbal Irony Use: A Systematic Review of Quantitative Psycholinguistic Studies1
The Storm Sank My Boat and My Dreams: The Zeugma as a Breach of Iconicity1
A metaphor is not like a simile: reading-time evidence for distinct interpretations for negated tropes1
The Roles of Manual and non-manual Cues in Recognizing Irony in Italian Sign Language1
From the Sea to the Sky: Metaphorically Mapping Water to Air1
Cognitive Factors Related to Metaphor Goodness in Poetic and Non-literary Metaphor1
My Great Life with “Metaphor and Symbol”1
Corpus-Based Metaphorical Framing Analysis: WAR Metaphors in Hong Kong Public Discourse1
Distinctive Features Influence Perceived Metaphor Aptness and Preference for Metaphor Use1
Framing the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic: Metaphors, Images and Symbols1
“She Starts Breakdancing, I Swear!”: Metaphor, Framing, and Digital Pregnancy Discussions1
God is Not Always Bright: Explicit and Implicit Associations between Brightness/Darkness and God in Bai People1
On Poetry and the Science(s) of Meaning1
The Influence of Speaker Pitch on Inferring Semantic Valence1