Stop Paperpile from using a collective name for an author

I am trying to cite this article:

The second author’s name is Boris New. In the reference, that becomes New, Boris. I think that because it starts with the word New, Paperpile seems to think that it should be a collective name, so, in the author field, I always get:

Brysbaert, Marc; {New , Boris}

Is there any way to stop it from doing that? I have tried reimporting the file, entering the data myself, removing the braces, and using an initial for the first name. Nothing seems to work. Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions.

Thanks in advance for the help.


@gavinbrooks The team confirms this is an issue on our side due to some common words being recognized/parsed as organizational keywords. While I don’t have a workaround to offer at the moment (besides writing the name in the correct format according to the citation style you use), this is now on the team’s list of things to address over future updates.