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The roots of gender gap in academia and beyond


Commonsense Intelligence: Cracking the Longstanding Challenge in AI


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What Translanguaging Can Tell Us About Bilingual Language Control: Evidence from Spontaneous Codeswitching

Sarah Moss is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. She works in epistemology, language and ethics, on topics including the meaning of epistemic modals, and moral influences on epistemic standards.

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Precise meanings and loose concepts: Roles for underdetermination and imprecision in formal semantics


A new way to find developmentally meaningful variation in children's input: A look at syntactic knowledge across socio-economic status


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