Linguistic Conventionality and the Role of Epistemic Reasoning in Children’s Mutual Exclusivity Inferences

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This repo contains the data reported in Srinivasan, M., Foushee, R., Bartnof, A., and Barner, D. (2018). Linguistic Conventionality and the Role of Epistemic Reasoning in Children's Mutual Exclusivity Inferences. Cognition. Correspondence concerning this manuscript should be addressed to Mahesh Srinivasan, Department of Psychology, 2121 Berkeley Way West, Berkeley, CA 94709, USA, E-mail: srinivas...

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