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Individual Differences in Cue Weighting in Sentence Comprehension: An Evaluation Using Approximate Bayesian Computation
Open Mind (2022) 6: 1–24.
Intuitive Sociology: Children Recognize Decision-Making Structures and Prefer Groups With Less-Concentrated Power
Open Mind (2022) 6: 25–40.
CELER: A 365-Participant Corpus of Eye Movements in L1 and L2 English Reading
Open Mind (2022) 6: 41–50.
Nonverbal Action Interpretation Guides Novel Word Disambiguation in 12-Month-Olds
Open Mind (2022) 6: 51–76.
Bilingualism Affects Infant Cognition: Insights From New and Open Data
Open Mind (2022) 6: 88–117.
This Better Be Interesting: A Speaker’s Decision to Speak Cues Listeners to Expect Informative Content
Open Mind (2022) 6: 118–131.
A Reappraisal of Dependency Length Minimization as a Linguistic Universal
Open Mind (2022) 6: 147–168.
More or Less Unnatural: Semantic Similarity Shapes the Learnability and Cross-Linguistic Distribution of Unnatural Syncretism in Morphological Paradigms
Open Mind (2022) 6: 183–210.
Dangerous Ground: One-Year-Old Infants are Sensitive to Peril in Other Agents’ Action Plans
Open Mind (2022) 6: 211–231.
Emerging Self-Representation Presents a Challenge When Perspectives Conflict
Open Mind (2022) 6: 232–249.
Simplification Is Not Dominant in the Evolution of Chinese Characters
Open Mind (2022) 6: 264–279.
Expectancy Effects Threaten the Inferential Validity of Synchrony-Prosociality Research
Open Mind (2022) 6: 280–290.
Modeling Individual Differences in Children’s Information Integration During Pragmatic Word Learning
Open Mind (2022) 6: 311–326.
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