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Linking hypothesis and number of response options modulate inferred scalar implicature rate
M Jasbi, B Waldon, J Degen
Frontiers in psychology 10, 189, 2019
182019
Modeling behavior in truth value judgment task experiments
B Waldon, J Degen
Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics 3 (1), 10-19, 2020
142020
Modeling cross-linguistic production of referring expressions
B Waldon, J Degen
Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics 2021, 206-215, 2021
92021
Explaining the trump gap in social distancing using COVID discourse
A Van Loon, S Stewart, B Waldon, SK Lakshmikanth, I Shah, SC Guntuku, ...
Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on NLP for COVID-19 (Part 2) at EMNLP 2020, 2020
92020
Symmetric alternatives and semantic uncertainty modulate scalar inference.
B Waldon, J Degen
CogSci, 2020
92020
Modals under epistemic tension: A defense of the restricted quantificational account of must and might
G Del Pinal, B Waldon
Natural Language Semantics 27 (2), 135-188, 2019
92019
Numerals under negation: Empirical findings
S Solt, B Waldon
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 4 (1), 2019
82019
A novel probabilistic approach to linguistic imprecision
B Waldon
Measurements, Numerals and Scales: Essays in Honour of Stephanie Solt, 307-327, 2022
22022
Multi-party referential communication in complex strategic games
J Mankewitz, V Boyce, B Waldon, G Loukatou, D Yu, J Mu, ND Goodman, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
22021
Epistemic must and might: evidence that argumentation is semantically encoded
B Waldon
Proceedings from the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society 56 (1 …, 2021
22021
Linguistic interpretation as inference under argument system uncertainty: the case of epistemic must
B Waldon
Proceedings of the Probability and Meaning Conference (PaM 2020), 34-40, 2020
12020
A linguistic perspective: The harmful effects of responding'All lives matter'to'Black lives matter'
J Degen, D Leigh, B Waldon, Z Mengesha
12020
Evaluating models of referring expression production on an emerging sign language
L Kursat, B Waldon, R Ergin, J Degen
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 44 (44), 2022
2022
The cross-linguistic order of adjectives and nouns may be the result of iterated pragmatic pressures on referential communication
D Yu, B Waldon, J Degen
Evaluating models of referring expression production on an emerging sign
L Kursat, B Waldon, R Ergin, J Degen
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