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Hermalin, N., & Regier T. (In Press).  Efficient use of ambiguity in an early writing system: Evidence from Sumerian cuneiform. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
Regier, T., Corrigan B.., Cabasaan R.., Woodward A.., Gasser M.., & Smith L.. (2001).  The Emergence of Words. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2001). 815-820.
Regier, T. (2005).  The Emergence of Words: Attentional Learning in Form and Meaning. Cognitive Science. 29(6), 819-865.
Regier, T. (2003).  Emergent Constraints on Word-Learning: A Computational Review. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 7(6), 263-268.
Zaslavsky, N., Garvin K., Kemp C., Tishby N., & Regier T. (In Press).  Evolution and efficiency in color naming: The case of Nafaanra. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Cook R. S. (2005).  Focal Colors Are Universal After All. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102(23), 8386-8391.
Drivonikou, V. G., Kay P., Regier T., Ivry R. B., Gilbert A. L., Franklin A., et al. (2007).  Further Evidence That Whorfian Effects Are Stronger in the Right Visual Field Than the Left. 104(3), 1097-1102.
Regier, T., & Carlson L.. (2001).  Grounding Spatial Language in Perception: An Empirical and Computational Investigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 130(2), 273-298.