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Regier, T., & Kay P. (2004).  Color Naming and Sunlight. Psychological Science. 15, 288-289.
Regier, T. (1990).  Learning Spatial Terms Without Explicit Negative Instances.
Regier, T. (1991).  Learning Spatial Concepts Using a Partially-Structured Connectionist Architecture.
Regier, T. (1991).  Line Labeling Using Markov Random Fields.
Regier, T. (1992).  The Acquisition of Lexical Semantics for Spatial Terms: A Connectionist Model of Perceptual Categorization.
Regier, T. (1994).  A Preliminary Study of the Semantics of Reduplication.
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.
Regier, T. (1996).  The Human Semantic Potential.
Regier, T., & M. Khalidi A. (2009).  The Arab Street: Tracking a Political Metaphor. 63(1), 11-29.
Regier, T., & Gahl S. (2004).  Learning the Unlearnable: The Role of Missing Evidence. Cognition. 93(2), 147-155.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Khetarpal N. (2007).  Color Naming Reflects Optimal Partitions of Color Space. 104(4), 1436-1441.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2004).  Color Naming and Sunlight: Commentary on Lindsey and Brown. Psychological Science. 15(4), 289-290.
Regier, T., & Zheng M. (2007).  Attention to Endpoints: A Cross-Linguistic Constraint on Spatial Meaning. Cognitive Science. 31(4), 705-719.
Regier, T., & Zheng M. (2003).  An Attentional Constraint on Spatial Meaning. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 50.
Regier, T., & Carlson L.. (2001).  Grounding Spatial Language in Perception: An Empirical and Computational Investigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 130(2), 273-298.
Regier, T. (1996).  The Human Semantic Potential: Spatial Language and Constrained Connectionism.
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.
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. (2003).  Constraining Computational Models of Cognition. 611-615.
Regier, T. (1998).  Reduplication and the Arbitrariness of the Sign. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 1998). 887-892.
Regier, T., Kay P., & Khetarpal N. (2007).  Color Naming Is Near Optimal. 15.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2009).  Language, Thought, and Color: Whorf Was Half Right. Trends in Cognitive Science. 13(10), 439-446.
Regier, T., Kay P., Gilbert A. L., & Ivry R. B. (2010).  Language and Thought: Which Side Are You On, Anyway?. 165-182.