The mental representation of universal quantifiers: evidence from verification

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The meaning of sentences like every circle is blue could be represented in speakers’ minds in terms of individuals and their properties (e.g., for each thing that’s a circle, it’s blue) or in terms of relations between groups (e.g., the blue things include the circles). We offer evidence that this formal distinction is psychologically realized and has detectible symptoms. Participants were found t...

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