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The long and the short of it: On the nature and origin of functional overlap between representations of space and time
M Srinivasan, S Carey
Cognition 116 (2), 217-241, 2010
2112010
How concepts and conventions structure the lexicon: Cross-linguistic evidence from polysemy
M Srinivasan, H Rabagliati
Lingua 157, 124-152, 2015
1422015
Today is tomorrow’s yesterday: Children’s acquisition of deictic time words
KA Tillman, T Marghetis, D Barner, M Srinivasan
Cognitive psychology 92, 87-100, 2017
1152017
Even abstract motion influences the understanding of time
T Matlock, KJ Holmes, M Srinivasan, M Ramscar
Metaphor and Symbol 26 (4), 260-271, 2011
942011
Learning mathematics in a visuospatial format: A randomized, controlled trial of mental abacus instruction
D Barner, G Alvarez, J Sullivan, N Brooks, M Srinivasan, MC Frank
Child Development 87 (4), 1146-1158, 2016
842016
Algorithms in the historical emergence of word senses
C Ramiro, M Srinivasan, BC Malt, Y Xu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), 2323-2328, 2018
802018
Religion insulates ingroup evaluations: The development of intergroup attitudes in India
Y Dunham, M Srinivasan, R Dotsch, D Barner
Developmental science 17 (2), 311-319, 2014
792014
Automatic extraction of linguistic metaphors with lda topic modeling
I Heintz, R Gabbard, M Srivastava, D Barner, D Black, M Friedman, ...
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Metaphor in NLP, 58-66, 2013
782013
Evolution of word meanings through metaphorical mapping: Systematicity over the past millennium
Y Xu, BC Malt, M Srinivasan
Cognitive psychology 96, 41-53, 2017
702017
Conceptual relations predict colexification across languages
Y Xu, K Duong, BC Malt, S Jiang, M Srinivasan
Cognition 201, 104280, 2020
622020
Measuring subjective social status in children of diverse societies
D Amir, C Valeggia, M Srinivasan, LS Sugiyama, Y Dunham
Plos one 14 (12), e0226550, 2019
612019
Judging a book by its cover and its contents: The representation of polysemous and homophonous meanings in four-year-old children
M Srinivasan, J Snedeker
Cognitive psychology 62 (4), 245-272, 2011
602011
What causes the word gap? Financial concerns may systematically suppress child‐directed speech
ME Ellwood‐Lowe, R Foushee, M Srinivasan
Developmental Science 25 (1), e13151, 2022
452022
Reasoning about the scope of religious norms: Evidence from Hindu and Muslim children in India
M Srinivasan, E Kaplan, A Dahl
Child Development 90 (6), e783-e802, 2019
452019
Why do bilinguals code-switch when emotional? Insights from immigrant parent–child interactions.
A Williams, M Srinivasan, C Liu, P Lee, Q Zhou
Emotion 20 (5), 830, 2020
402020
Children use polysemy to structure new word meanings.
M Srinivasan, C Berner, H Rabagliati
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (5), 926, 2019
362019
Learning language from within: Children use semantic generalizations to infer word meanings
M Srinivasan, S Al-Mughairy, R Foushee, D Barner
Cognition 159, 11-24, 2017
352017
Polysemy and the taxonomic constraint: Children's representation of words that label multiple kinds
M Srinivasan, J Snedeker
Language Learning and Development 10 (2), 97-128, 2014
342014
Do classifiers predict differences in cognitive processing? A study of nominal classification in Mandarin Chinese
M Srinivasan
Language and Cognition 2 (2), 177-190, 2010
342010
Contextualized word embeddings encode aspects of human-like word sense knowledge
S Nair, M Srinivasan, S Meylan
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.13057, 2020
332020
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