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# Project Outline for 2008_1 # **Keywords:** psych verbs; judgment; children; real verbs; first experiment **Overview:** Pilot Experiment from Hartshorne, Pogue & Snedeker (2015) Love is hard to understand, plus data for all experiments except Exp. 2. ------------------------------------ **Publications:** 1. Hartshorne, Joshua K., Amanda Pogue, and Jesse Snedeker. (2015). Love is hard to understand: The relationship between transitivity and caused events in the acquisition of emotion verbs. Journal of Child Language, 42, 467-504. [link](https://d2dg4e62b1gc8m.cloudfront.net/pub_pdfs/HartshornePogueSnedeker_withfigs.pdf) 2. Hartshorne, Joshua K., Timothy O'Donnell, Yasutada Sudo, Miki Uruwashi, & Jesse Snedeker. (2012). Linking event structure to language: Linguistic universals and variation. Maryland's First Annual Interdisciplinary Research Symposium on Events. [slides](https://d2dg4e62b1gc8m.cloudfront.net/pub_pdfs/PHLING_2012.pdf) 3. Hartshorne, Joshua K., & Jesse Snedeker. (2013). Emotion verbs and the problem of overgeneralization. BUCLD 38, Boston, MA 4. Pogue, Amanda, Joshua K. Hartshorne & Jesse Snedeker. (2009). Evidence for a distinction between canonical and non-canonical syntax-semantics mappings. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Amsterdam. [link](https://d2dg4e62b1gc8m.cloudfront.net/pub_pdfs/CogSci09.pdf) 5. Hartshorne, Joshua K., Amanda Pogue and Jesse Snedeker (2009). Who is she and why is she so scary? Psych verbs and the mapping from semantics to syntax. Society for Research in Child Development, Denver. [link](https://d2dg4e62b1gc8m.cloudfront.net/pub_pdfs/SRCD.pdf) **Team:** 1. Joshua Hartshorne 2. Amanda Pogue 3. Jesse Snedeker **Data Collection:** Cambridge, 2008-?? **Notes:** Primary data file is data_compiled.xls. Data for the pilot study is in sheets 4 yos, 5 yos, and Adults. Data for Exp. 1 is in 4-TVJ. Data for Exp. 3 is in 4 Like-Love-Hate Redo. Data for Exp. 4 is in 4s-animacy. Data for Exp. 2 is elsewhere. Code only contains stimuli, etc., for the pilot experiment.
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