Ramscar, M., Dye, M., Witten, J., & Klein, J. (in press) Dual routes to cognitive flexibility: learning and response conflict resolution in the dimensional change card sort task. To appear in Child Development.
Arnon, I. & Ramscar, M. (2012) Granularity and the acquisition of grammatical gender: How order-of-acquisition affects what gets learnedCognition, 122(3), 292-305.
Ramscar M, Dye M, Popick HM, O’Donnell-McCarthy F (2011) The enigma of number: Why children find the meanings of even small number words hard to learn and how we can help them do better. PLoS ONE 6(7): e22501. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022501
Ramscar, M. & Dye, M. (2011) Learning language from the input : Why innate constraints can’t explain noun compounding. Cognitive Psychology 62(1), 1-40.
Ramscar, M., Yarlett, D., Dye, M., Denny, K., & Thorpe, K. (2010) The Effects of Feature-Label-Order and their implications for symbolic learning.  Cognitive Science, 34(6), 909-957.
Ramscar, M., Matlock, T., & Dye, M. (2010) Running down the clock: the role of expectation in our understanding of time and motion. Language and Cognitive Processes, 25(5), 589-615.
Thompson-Schill, S., Ramscar, M., & Chrysikou, E. (2009) Cognition without control: when a little frontal lobe goes a long way. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 8(5), 259-263.
Ramscar, M. & Yarlett, D. (2007) Linguistic self-correction in the absence of feedback: A new approach to the logical problem of language acquisitionCognitive Science, 31, 927-960.
Ramscar, M. & Gitcho, N. (2007) Developmental change and the nature of learning in childhood. Trends In Cognitive Science, 11(7), 274-279.
Ramscar, M. & Yarlett, D. (2003) Semantic grounding in models of analogy: an environmental approachCognitive Science, 27, 41-71.
Ramscar, M. (2002) The role of meaning in inflection: why the past tense does not require a ruleCognitive Psychology, 45(2), 45-94.
Boroditsky, L. & Ramscar, M. (2002). The roles of body and mind in abstract thoughtPsychological Science, 13(2), 185-188.
MacDonald, S & Ramscar, M (2001). Testing the distributional hypothesis: The influence of context on judgements of semantic similarity. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, University of Edinburgh.