心理学进展  >> Vol. 7 No. 4 (April 2017)

隐喻加工中左右半球之争的评述
Review on the Role of the Two Hemispheres in Metaphor Comprehension

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作者: 刘 俊, 李 莹:郑州大学教育学院,河南 郑州

关键词: 隐喻加工左半球右半球
Metaphor Comprehension
The Left Hemisphere The Right Hemisphere

摘要: 左右两半球在隐喻加工中的作用一直饱受争议,有研究支持右半球具有特殊作用,也有研究发现左右两半球对于隐喻加工没有差异。通过总结以往研究发现,隐喻性质和言语水平是导致研究结论不一致的重要原因。未来对于隐喻的研究要区分不同隐喻类型并在不同的言语水平上进行考察。
Abstract: The role of the left and right hemispheres in metaphor processing is controversial. While some studies have found a special role of the right hemisphere in metaphor comprehension, others show no difference of these two hemispheres in processing metaphor. Based on the conclusions of previous researches we found that metaphor type and language level have crucial influence on this dispute. In the future, the study of metaphor comprehension should distinguish different types of metaphor and different levels of language.

文章引用: 刘俊, 李莹 (2017). 隐喻加工中左右半球之争的评述. 心理学进展, 7(4), 498-502. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.74061

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