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., party), and powerful nouns (e.g., professor) are associated with "up," "underfoot" (e.g., carpet), negative (e.g., accident), and powerless nouns (e.g., assistant) are associated with "down." ... information to separate location and valence, but not power word judgments. ... This work was supported by a British Academy Small Research Grant awarded to S. Q. and a Royal Society-Wolfson Fellowship awarded to C. N. M. ...doi:10.1162/jocn.2011.21628 pmid:21268671 fatcat:3mkfksxkyrg6fnqds3x4lbaioy