Melody Dye
Melody Dye
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TitleCited byYear
The effects of feature‐label‐order and their implications for symbolic learning
M Ramscar, D Yarlett, M Dye, K Denny, K Thorpe
Cognitive Science 34 (6), 909-957, 2010
2332010
Error and expectation in language learning: The curious absence of "mouses" in adult speech
M Ramscar, M Dye, S McCauley
Language 89 (4), 760-793, 2013
1392013
Children value informativity over logic in word learning
M Ramscar, M Dye, J Klein
Psychological Science 24 (6), 1017-1023, 2013
612013
Dual routes to cognitive flexibility: Learning and response conflict resolution in the dimensional change card sort task
M Ramscar, M Dye, JW Gustafson, J Klein
Child Development 84 (4), 1308-1323, 2013
542013
Running down the clock: The role of expectation in our understanding of time and motion
M Ramscar, T Matlock, M Dye
Language and Cognitive Processes 25 (5), 589-615, 2010
512010
The enigma of number: Why children find the meanings of even small number words hard to learn and how we can help them do better
M Ramscar, M Dye, HM Popick, F O'Donnell-McCarthy
PloS one 6 (7), e22501, 2011
462011
The influence of contextual diversity on word learning
BT Johns, M Dye, MN Jones
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 1214–1220, 2015
372015
Learning language from the input: Why innate constraints can’t explain noun compounding
M Ramscar, M Dye
Cognitive Psychology 62 (1), 1-40, 2011
322011
A functional theory of gender paradigms
M Dye, P Milin, R Futrell, M Ramscar
Perspectives on Morphological Organization, 212-239, 2017
302017
Context as an organizing principle of the lexicon
M Jones, M Dye, B Johns
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 67, 239-283, 2017
222017
Alternative solutions to a language design problem: The role of adjectives and gender marking in efficient communication
M Dye, P Milin, R Futrell, M Ramscar
Topics in Cognitive Science 10 (1), 209-224, 2018
14*2018
The ‘universal’ structure of name grammars and the impact of social engineering on the evolution of natural information systems
M Ramscar, AH Smith, M Dye, R Futrell, P Hendrix, H Baayen, R Starr
Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2013
102013
When the fly flied and when the fly flew: How semantics affect the processing of inflected verbs
M Ramscar, M Dye, M Hübner
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (4), 468-97, 2012
102012
No representation without taxation: The costs and benefits of learning to conceptualize the environment
M Dye, D Yarlett, M Ramscar
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2009
92009
Morphological development
M Ramscar, M Dye, J Blevins, H Baayen
Handbook of Communication Disorders, 2015
82015
Grammatical number processing and anticipatory eye movements are not tightly coordinated in English spoken language comprehension
B Riordan, M Dye, MN Jones
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 590, 2015
72015
How pitch category learning comes at a cost to absolute frequency representations
M Ramscar, E Suh, M Dye
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2011
7*2011
Why Johnny Can't Name His Colors
M Dye
Scientific American 25, 46-49, 2016
5*2016
The structure of names in memory: Deviations from uniform entropy impair memory for linguistic sequences
M Dye, B Johns, MN Jones, M Ramscar
Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2016
32016
The advantages of being helpless: Human brains are slow to develop - a secret, perhaps, of our success
M Dye
Scientific American, 2010
32010
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