Adult regularization of inconsistent input depends on pragmatic factors

Provides evidence that adults regularise linguistic input in part because of pragmatic and social reasoning

When do memory limitations lead to regularization? An experimental and computational investigation

Uses a combination of modelling and experiments to show that memory limitations at encoding cannot lead to regularisation.

Probability matching vs over-regularization in language: Participant behavior depends on their interpretation of the task

Memory limitations alone do not lead to over-regularization: An experimental and computational investigation

Adult language learners under cognitive load do not over-regularize like children