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Expressing fear enhances sensory acquisition
JM Susskind, DH Lee, A Cusi, R Feiman, W Grabski, AK Anderson
Nature neuroscience 11 (7), 843-850, 2008
6902008
The logic in language: How all quantifiers are alike, but each quantifier is different
R Feiman, J Snedeker
Cognitive psychology 87, 29-52, 2016
762016
What do you mean, no? Toddlers’ comprehension of logical “no” and “not”
R Feiman, S Mody, S Sanborn, S Carey
Language Learning and Development 13 (4), 430-450, 2017
572017
The development of reasoning by exclusion in infancy
R Feiman, S Mody, S Carey
Cognitive Psychology 135, 101473, 2022
562022
Getting to No: Pragmatic and Semantic Factors in Two‐ and Three‐Year‐Olds' Understanding of Negation
T Reuter, R Feiman, J Snedeker
Child development 89 (4), e364-e381, 2018
412018
Problems and mysteries of the many languages of thought
E Mandelbaum, Y Dunham, R Feiman, C Firestone, EJ Green, D Harris, ...
Cognitive Science 46 (12), e13225, 2022
392022
Infants’ representations of others’ goals: Representing approach over avoidance
R Feiman, S Carey, F Cushman
Cognition 136, 204-214, 2015
372015
Do children interpret ‘or’conjunctively?
D Skordos, R Feiman, A Bale, D Barner
Journal of Semantics 37 (2), 247-267, 2020
222020
Counting and the ontogenetic origins of exact equality
RM Schneider, E Brockbank, R Feiman, D Barner
Cognition 218, 104952, 2022
182022
AND does not mean OR: Using Formal Languages to Study Language Models’ Representations
A Traylor, R Feiman, E Pavlick
Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computationalá…, 2021
172021
Priming reveals similarities and differences between three purported cases of implicature: Some, number and free choice disjunctions
MC Meyer, R Feiman
Journal of Memory and Language 120, 104206, 2021
112021
Contrast and entailment: Abstract logical relations constrain how 2-and 3-year-old children interpret unknown numbers
R Feiman, JK Hartshorne, D Barner
Cognition 183, 192-207, 2019
92019
Priming quantifier scope: Reexamining the evidence against scope inversion
F Roman, M Maldonado, J Snedeker
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 5 (1), 1-13, 2020
42020
It's not just what we don't know: The mapping problem in the acquisition of negation
V Gomes, R Doherty, D Smits, S Goldin-Meadow, JC Trueswell, R Feiman
Cognitive Psychology 145, 101592, 2023
32023
Can Neural Networks Learn Implicit Logic from Physical Reasoning?
A Traylor, R Feiman, E Pavlick
The Eleventh International Conference on Learning Representations, 2023
32023
How Can Deep Neural Networks Inform Theory in Psychological Science?
SW McGrath, J Russin, E Pavlick, R Feiman
PsyArXiv, 2023
22023
Properties of LoTs: The footprints or the bear itself?
S McGrath, J Russin, E Pavlick, R Feiman
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46, e284, 2023
22023
The structure and development of logical representations in thought and language
R Feiman
22015
Polysemy does not exist, at least not in the relevant sense
G Brody, R Feiman
Mind & Language, 1-22, 2023
12023
Evidence of accurate logical reasoning in online sentence comprehension
M Dąbkowski, R Feiman
12021
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