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In Preparation or Under Review
Srinivasan, M., Berner, C., & Rabagliati, H. Children use polysemy to structure new object categories.
Srinivasan, M., Kaplan, E., & Dahl, A. How do children reason about religious doctrines? Evidence from Hindu and Muslim children in India
Srinivasan, M., Bartnof, A., Foushee, R. & Barner, D. The scope of conventionality: Do children expect newly-learned words to be mutually known?[poster]
Marghetis, T., Tillman, K., & Srinivasan, M. Learning to put time in its place: The development of spatial gestures for time.
Xu, Y., Ramiro, C., Malt, B., & Srinivasan, M. Mental algorithms in the historical emergence of word meanings.[conference version]
Xu, Y., Malt, B. & Srinivasan, M (under review). Evolution of word meanings through metaphorical mapping: Systematicity over the past millenium. [conference version]
Srinivasan, M., Wagner, K., Frank, M.C. & Barner, D (under review). Does expertise affect the allocation of visual attention? The case study of mental abacus. [manuscript]
Rabagliati, H. & Srinivasan, M (under review). The conceptual basis of early word meanings: Insights from lexical flexibility.