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Table 1: 
Summary of related work organized by linguistic phenomena tested. All studies analyze neural networks using acceptability judgments on minimal pairs mainly in English. Some studies appear multiple times.
PhenomenonRelevant work
Anaphora/binding Marvin and Linzen (2018), Futrell et al. (2018), Warstadt et al. (2019b) 
Subj.-verb agreement Linzen et al. (2016), Futrell et al. (2018), Gulordava et al. (2019), Marvin and Linzen (2018), An et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019b) 
Neg. polarity items Marvin and Linzen (2018), Futrell et al. (2018), Jumelet and Hupkes (2018), Wilcox et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019a) 
Filler-gap/Islands Wilcox et al. (2018), Warstadt et al. (2019b), Chowdhury and Zamparelli (2018), 2019), Chaves (2020), Da Costa and Chaves (2020) 
Argument structure Kann et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019b), Chowdhury and Zamparelli (2019) 
PhenomenonRelevant work
Anaphora/binding Marvin and Linzen (2018), Futrell et al. (2018), Warstadt et al. (2019b) 
Subj.-verb agreement Linzen et al. (2016), Futrell et al. (2018), Gulordava et al. (2019), Marvin and Linzen (2018), An et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019b) 
Neg. polarity items Marvin and Linzen (2018), Futrell et al. (2018), Jumelet and Hupkes (2018), Wilcox et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019a) 
Filler-gap/Islands Wilcox et al. (2018), Warstadt et al. (2019b), Chowdhury and Zamparelli (2018), 2019), Chaves (2020), Da Costa and Chaves (2020) 
Argument structure Kann et al. (2019), Warstadt et al. (2019b), Chowdhury and Zamparelli (2019) 
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