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Sound Symbolism in Baseball Player Names

Stephanie S. Shih, Deniz Rudin
2021 Names  
A slate of recent papers on Pokémonastics, for example, has found sound symbolic associations to be rampant in Pokémon names cross-linguistically.  ...  We conclude that sound symbolism occurs in real-world naming practices, but only when names are chosen in cognizance of the relevant attributes.  ...  Our thanks go to the anonymous reviewers of the manuscript for their comments and Karl DeVries as well as to the audiences at AMP 2019 and NELS 2019 for their discussion.  ... 
doi:10.5195/names.2021.2245 fatcat:mp455wlmpzbmxckqprwcmli76y

Semantic priming supports infants' ability to learn names of unseen objects

Elena Luchkina, Sandra R. Waxman, Lucas Payne Butler
2021 PLoS ONE  
In the Semantic Priming condition, the visible familiar objects all belong to the same semantic neighborhood (e.g., apple, banana, orange).  ...  This capacity rests upon abstract verbal reference: the appreciation that words are linked to mental representations that can be established, retrieved and modified, even when the entities to which a word  ...  We also thank Miriam Novack and Alexander LaTourrette for their contribution to stimuli creation, helpful discussion about the study design, and help with pilot data analyses.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0244968 pmid:33412565 fatcat:lpxsipe7lzbjvcpdt5iacjaqwm

The Economic Payoff of Name Americanization

Costanza Biavaschi, Corrado Giulietti, Zahra Siddique
2017 Journal of Labor Economics  
We examine the impact of the Americanization of names on the labor market outcomes of migrants.  ...  Some, such as those who changed to very popular American names like John or William, obtained gains in occupationbased earnings of at least 14%.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank participants at the 10th IZA Annual Migration Meeting, the 4th TEMPO conference on international migration, the Essex Fresh meeting as well as seminar participants  ... 
doi:10.1086/692531 fatcat:t6mgrc2twbcnrcmjkr6spvgywi

Economic Growth, Innovation, Cultural Diversity: What are we all Talking About? A Critical Survey of the State-of-the-art

Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano, Dino Pinelli, Carole Juliette Maignan
2003 Social Science Research Network  
to do certain things and how many things it is appropriate to do at the same time.  ...  Theory of communication takes, as the name indicates, considers communication as an explicative principal of all human fact. But in communication, as explains P.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.389042 fatcat:xscb5l23mbhkfocbfw7fiii7cy

Marital Naming/Naming Marriage: Language and Status in Family Law

Suzanne A. Kim
2009 Social Science Research Network  
specific questions about legal options.' 78 Social attitudes about name change continue to inform the law insofar as desk clerks often give normatively driven responses to questions about name change  ...  Language and labels play a special role in the perpetuation of prejudice about differences. 19 Language, therefore, assists in the social engineering of categories "used to label people and assign them  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1351133 fatcat:pobtm7fv6bfq7loax4w2b62dtm

Disclosing Personal Names in Screen Names Predicts Better Final Achievement Levels in Massive Open Online Courses

Yuan Tian, Wan-ning Huang, Lishan Zhang, Tai Wang
2021 IEEE Access  
The list of screen names (only the screen name column in Carol's list) was used in Study 2 as an independent data set to examine the feasibility of automatic personal name recognition. 4) ASSIGNMENT  ...  She then created a new data file by deleting the screen names and retaining the IINs and PNDIs. (2) Separation: Alice gave the new data file to Bob and gave the list of matched screen names and IINs to  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3069451 fatcat:53kc7praofcpvnjd7tvmhxryba

Exploring Naming Behavior in Personal Digital Image Collections

Tami Sutcliffe
2016 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
to traditional naming conventions.  ...  This project considers how independent user-curators are developing particular sensemaking behaviors as they actively contribute names to large, unstructured social image collections.  ...  About 75% of users supply a name that maps to a name as recognized by the US Census Bureau. We mapped name data to census data to arrive at gender."  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_01304 fatcat:ulj4k2rjbbbwtfts6jyczkpvsq

Naming Names: The Impact of Supreme Court Opinion Attribution on Citizen Assessment of Policy Outcomes

Scott S. Boddery, Laura P. Moyer, Jeff Yates
2019 Law & society review  
Supreme Court outcome is ascribed to the institution as a whole, rather than to a particular justice, people are more apt to agree with the policy decision.  ...  Specifically, we investigate whether attributing a decision to the nation's High Court or to an individual justice influences the public's agreement with the Court's rulings.  ...  as well as appropriate pronoun attribution.  ... 
doi:10.1111/lasr.12401 fatcat:qotchwglwvf6vaaqiu5hq7j6ou

An Economic Analysis of Domain Name Policy

Karl M. Manheim, Lawrence B. Solum
2003 Social Science Research Network  
The physically infrastructure of the DNS consists of name servers, including the Root Server System which provides the information that directs name queries for each Top Level Domain to the appropriate  ...  One of the most important features of the architecture of the Internet is the Domain Name System (DNS), which is administered by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).  ...  When one host needed to resolve the name of another, it would query the name server for the appropriate domain. 73 In 1991, Network Solutions Inc.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.410640 fatcat:zt6r3s7fjfhzbkxvgl2ay3edcm

A French corpus annotated for multiword expressions and named entities

Marie Candito, Mathieu Constant, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary, Bruno Guillaume, Yannick Parmentier, Silvio Cordeiro
2021 Journal of Language Modelling  
We present the enrichment of a French treebank of various genres with a new annotation layer for multiword expressions (MWEs) and named entities (NEs).1 Our contribution with respect to previous work on  ...  Moreover, in order to cope with the well-known difficulty to draw a clear-cut frontier between compositional expressions and MWEs, we chose to use sufficient criteria only.  ...  The starting distinction among nominal expressions is between a name assigned to an instantiation of a category versus a name assigned to a category (and used to refer to the category or more frequently  ... 
doi:10.15398/jlm.v8i2.265 fatcat:snxchivzyfcw5lq6hnhgsw3zvi

Options for encoding names for data linking at the Australian Bureau of Statistics [article]

Chris Culnane, Benjamin I. P. Rubinstein, Vanessa Teague
2018 arXiv   pre-print
For complex unit-record level data, including Census data, auxiliary data can be often be used to link individual records, even without names. This is the basis of ABS's existing bronze linking.  ...  The undertaking on the encoding of names should therefore be considered in the full context of auxiliary data and ABS processes. There are several reasonable interpretations: 1.  ...  This is an extremely weak security model which is not appropriate for ABS because it requires complete protection of all the data.  ... 
arXiv:1802.07975v1 fatcat:y47qm2jajnfp3pgpvu33snrhsa

Category-specific naming and recognition deficits in temporal lobe epilepsy surgical patients

Daniel L. Drane, George A. Ojemann, Elizabeth Aylward, Jeffrey G. Ojemann, L. Clark Johnson, Daniel L. Silbergeld, John W. Miller, Daniel Tranel
2008 Neuropsychologia  
Naming and recognition deficits were frequently not detected by the BNT, which samples only a limited range of stimuli.  ...  Systematic investigation of these deficits could lead to more refined models of semantic memory, aid in the localization of seizures, and contribute to modifications in surgical technique and patient selection  ...  This study was approved by the Institutional Review Board (application #05-5738-G 01) of the University of Washington Medical School, where all data were collected.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2007.11.034 pmid:18206185 pmcid:PMC2474808 fatcat:76ju6xshvjhqddljfamlzhgxuy

Surveillance in the Name of Governance: Aadhaar as a Fix for Leaking Systems in India [chapter]

Kathryn Henne
2019 Information, Technology and Control in a Changing World  
It informs diverse policy communities as the established trans-Atlantic North declines and 'the rest', especially the BRICS, rise. More information about this series at  ...  The IPE series has tracked its development in both analysis and structure over the last three decades. It has always had a concentration on the global South.  ...  RegNet's core principles involve an emphasis on the importance of regulation in all its forms, a concern about unjust expressions of power and domination, and a belief in the value of cross-disciplinary  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-14540-8_11 fatcat:2z2t3mhd4bgwlgwkpxpsn7wysm

Detection of naming convention violations in process models for different languages

Henrik Leopold, Rami-Habib Eid-Sabbagh, Jan Mendling, Leonardo Guerreiro Azevedo, Fernanda Araujo Baião
2013 Decision Support Systems  
However, due to the size of such modeling initiatives, they often struggle with the quality assurance of their model collections.  ...  Therefore, it can be easily adapted to the broad set of languages for which corpora exist.  ...  Consequently, we consider all event question styles to be valid. Test Collection Demographics We designed the test collection with the aim to cover diverse types of naming conventions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2013.06.014 fatcat:mkgsuwld5zh33kku5ukyaqwewq

Influence of Advertising Variability, Brand Extension Effects, Brand Name, Variety Seeking Behavior and Customer Value on Buying Decisions: A Multi-Experiment Analysis

Dr. Rajagopal
2006 Social Science Research Network  
This paper is divided into four experiments conducted with the same data set.  ...  The perceptions on brand name in reference to brand risk and brand differences have been the prime factors in making buying decision for new brands among the consumers.  ...  The data has been analyzed in clusters of retail stores and consumer demographics.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.878346 fatcat:gelyxzufcbalrpemecudvuqa7q
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