Schneider, R., Feiman, R., Mendes, M., Barner, D. (2021). Pragmatic impacts on children’s understanding of exact equality. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 43. download.
Traylor, A., Pavlick, E., Feiman, R. (2021). Transferring Representations of Logical Connectives. Proceedings of the 1st and 2nd Workshops on Natural Logic Meets Machine Learning (NALOMA). download.
Traylor, A., Feiman, R., Pavlick, E. (2021). AND does not mean OR: Using Formal Languages to Study Language Models’ Representations. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-IJCNLP). download.
Meyer, M-C., & Feiman, R. (2021). Priming reveals similarities and differences between three purported cases of implicature: Some, number and free choice disjunctions. Journal of Memory and Language, 120(2021), 104206. preprint. publisher download.
Feiman, R., Maldonado, M., & Snedeker, J. (2020). Priming quantifier scope: Reexamining the evidence against scope inversion. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 5(1), 35. publisher download (open access).
Feiman, R., Hartshorne, J. K., & Barner, D. (2019). Contrast and entailment: Abstract logical relations constrain how 2- and 3-year-old children interpret unknown numbers. Cognition, 183: 192-207. preprint. publisher download.
Reuter, T., Feiman, R., Snedeker, J. (2018). Getting to no: Pragmatic and semantic factors in two- and three-year- olds’ understanding of negation. Child Development, 89(4): e364-e381. pdf. publisher download.
Feiman, R., Mody, S., Sanborn, S., Carey, S. (2017). What do you mean, no? Toddlers’ comprehension of logical “no” and “not”. Language Learning and Development, 13(4): 430-450. pdf. publisher download.
Feiman, R., Snedeker, J. (2016). The logic in language: How all quantifiers are alike, but each quantifier is different. Cognitive Psychology, 87: 29-52. pdf. publisher download.
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Susskind, J.M., Lee, D., Cusi, A., Feiman, R., Grabski, W., & Anderson, A.K. (2008). Facing danger: Expressing fear enhances perception and action. Nature Neuroscience, 11: 843- 850. pdf. publisher download.