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Although the semantic relationships among words have long been acknowledged as a crucial component of adult lexical knowledge, the ontogeny of lexical networks remains largely unstudied. To determine whether learners encode relationships among novel words, we trained 2-year-olds on four novel words that referred to four novel objects, which were grouped into two visually similar pairs. Participants then listened to repetitions of word pairs (in the absence of visual referents) that referred todoi:10.1177/0956797613478198 pmid:23938274 pmcid:PMC3865601 fatcat:iypjmpfo6vfptbzbfhr7b34q5y