All of my recent publications are below (these are for personal use and downloading them may violate copyright law in your country). A similar list is on Google Scholar.
Feel free to peruse my CV. You can also find information about some of my current projects on the Open Science Framework.
Davis, C. P. (2023). Emergence of Covid-19 as a novel concept shifts existing semantic spaces. Cognitive Science.
Langland-Hassan, P. & Davis, C. P. (2022). A context-sensitive and non-linguistic approach to abstract concepts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
Davis, C. P., Eigsti, I. M., Healy, R., Joergensen, G. H., & Yee, E. (2022). Autism-spectrum traits predict the embodiment of manipulation knowledge about object concepts: Evidence from eye tracking. PLOS ONE.
Davis, C. P., Paz-Alonso, P. M., Altmann, G. T. M., & Yee, E. (2021). Encoding and inhibition of arbitrary episodic context with abstract concepts. Memory & Cognition.
Davis, C. P. & Yee, E. (2021). Building semantic memory from distributional language and embodied experience. WIREs Cognitive Science.
Ekves, Z., Prystauka, Y., Davis, C. P., Yee, E., & Altmann, G. T. M. (2021). Psychology of cleansing through the prism of intersecting object histories. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Davis, C. P., Yee, E., & Eigsti, I. M. (accepted). Beyond the social domain: Autism-spectrum traits and the embodiment of manipulable object concepts. To appear in S. L. Macrine & J. Fugate (Eds.), Movement matters: How embodied cognition informs teaching and learning. MIT Press.
Davis, C. P., Joergensen, G. H., Boddy, P., Dowling, C., & Yee, E. (2020). Making it harder to ‘see’ meaning: The more you see something, the more its conceptual representation is susceptible to visual experience. Psychological Science.
Davis, C. P., Altmann, G. T. M., & Yee, E. (2020). Language as a mental travel guide. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 43, E125.
Botvinik-Nezer, R., Holzmeister, F., Camerer, C. F., Dreber, A. Huber, J., … Davis, C. P., … Poldrack, R., & Schonberg, T. (2020). Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many groups. Nature.
Davis, C. P., Altmann, G. T. M., & Yee, E. (2020). Situational systematicity: A role for schema in understanding the differences between abstract and concrete concepts. Cognitive Neuropsychology.
Davis, C. P., Morrow, H. M., De Luca, M., & Lupyan, G. (2020). The generality and origins of form-to-meaning iconicity. In Ravignani, A., Barbieri, C., Martins, M., Flaherty, M., Jadoul, Y., Lattenkamp, E., Little, H., Mudd, K. & Verhoef, T. (Eds.): The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference (EvoLang13).
Davis, C. P., Morrow, H. M., & Lupyan, G. (2019). What does a horgous look like? Nonsense words elicit meaningful drawings. Cognitive Science.
Davis, C. P., Paz-Alonso P. M., Altmann, G. T. M., & Yee, E. (2019). Abstract concepts and the suppression of arbitrary episodic context. In A.K. Goel, C.M. Seifert, & C. Freksa (Eds.), Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1592–1598). Montreal, QC: Cognitive Science Society.
Davis, C. P., Libben, G., & Segalowitz, S. J. (2019). Compounding matters: The P100 as an index of semantic access to compound words. Cognition.
Davis, C. P., & Yee, E. (2018). Features, labels, space, and time: Factors supporting taxonomic relationships in the anterior temporal lobe and thematic relationships in the angular gyrus. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.