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Джеймс МакКлелланд
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Carnegie-Mellon symposium on cognition 29 1998
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
Matthews, Paul M.
MIT Press
Munakata, Yuko
Nalbantian, Suzanne (1950-....))
Rogers, Timothy T.
Rumelhart, David E.
Siegler, Robert S. (1949-....))
Siegler, Robert S. (1949-...)
Thomas, Michael S. C.
University of California, San Diego. PDP Research Group
Alternatives to the Combinatorial Paradigm of Linguistic Theory Based on Domain General Principles of Human Cognition
Are there interactive processes in speech perception?
Are there mental lexicons? The role of semantics in lexical decision.
Assessment of AIDS-related cognitive changes: recommendations of the NIMH Workshop on Neuropsychological Assessment Approaches.
Autonomous mental development by robots and animals
basis of hyperspecificity in autism: a preliminary suggestion based on properties of neural nets, The
Basis of Hyperspecificity in Autism, The : A Preliminary Suggestion Based on Properties of Neural Nets
Categorization and discrimination of nonspeech sounds: differences between steady-state and rapidly-changing acoustic cues.
Category learning. Learning the general but not the specific.
Cognitive penetration of the mechanisms of perception: compensation for coarticulation of lexically restored phonemes
Complementary learning systems in the brain. A connectionist approach to explicit and implicit cognition and memory.
Computational and Behavioral Investigations of Lexically Induced Delays in Phoneme Recognition
Computational approaches to cognition: top-down approaches.
Computational explorations in cognitive neuroscience : understanding the mind by simulating the brain
computational model of semantic memory impairment: modality specificity and emergent category specificity., A
Conjunctive search for one and two identical targets.
Connectionist Model of a Continuous Developmental Transition in the Balance Scale Task, A
Connectionist models and psychological evidence
Considerations arising from a complementary learning systems perspective on hippocampus and neocortex.
Conspiracy effects in word pronunciation
Constituent Attachment and Thematic Role Assignment in Sentence Processing: Influences of Content-Based Expectations
Constituent attachment and thematic role assignment in sentence processing: influences on content-based expectations
Context and the allocation of resources in word recognition.
Deficits in irregular past-tense verb morphology associated with degraded semantic knowledge.
Deficits in Phonology and Past-Tense Morphology: What's the Connection?
Developing a domain-general framework for cognition: What is the best approach?
Differentiating the differentiation models: A comparison of the retrieving effectively from memory model (REM) and the subjective likelihood model (SLiM)
Dissociating Reading Processes on the Basis of Neuronal Interactions
Dissociating stimulus-driven semantic and phonological effect during reading and naming.
distributed, developmental model of word recognition and naming., A
Distributed memory and the representation of general and specific information.
Does Generalization in Infant Learning Implicate Abstract Algebra-Like Rules?
Double dissociations never license simple inferences about underlying brain organization, especially in developmental cases
Dynamic integration of reward and stimulus information in perceptual decision-making.
Effects of Attention on the Strength of Lexical Influences on Speech Perception: Behavioral Experiments and Computational Mechanisms
Expectations Increase the Benefit Derived from Parafoveal Visual Information in Reading Words Aloud.
Experimental Tests of a Hierarchical Model of Word Identification
Explorations in parallel distributed processing a handbook of models, programs, and exercises
Extending a biologically inspired model of choice: multi-alternatives, nonlinearity and value-based multidimensional choice
Familiarity breeds differentiation: a subjective-likelihood approach to the effects of experience in recognition memory.
Finite state automata and simple recurrent networks.
Framework for Modeling Human Cognition
Graded State Machines: The Representation of Temporal Contingencies in Simple Recurrent Networks
Gradience of Gradience: A reply to Jackendoff
Hippocampal conjunctive encoding, storage, and recall: avoiding a trade-off.
homeostatic rule for inhibitory synapses promotes temporal sharpening and cortical reorganization, A
Information integration in perception and communication
Interactive Activation Model of Context Effects in Letter Perception: Part 1. An Account of Basic Findings., An
Interactive Activation Model of Context Effects in Letter Perception: Part 2. The Contextual Enhancement Effect and Some Tests and Extensions of the Model., An
interactive Hebbian account of lexically guided tuning of speech perception, An
Language Is Not Just for Talking: Redundant Labels Facilitate Learning of Novel Categories
Learning and applying contextual constraints in sentence comprehension.
Learning continuous probability distributions with symmetric diffusion networks
Learning the structure of event sequences.
Letter and Configuration Information in Word Identification
Letting structure emerge: connectionist and dynamical systems approaches to cognition.
Locating Object Knowledge in the Brain: Comment on Bowers's (2009) Attempt to Revive the Grandmother Cell Hypothesis
Loss aversion and inhibition in dynamical models of multialternative choice
Mechanisms of cognitive development behavioral and neural perspectives
memory process neuroscientific and humanistic perspectives, The
memory process, The : neuroscientific and humanistic perspectives
More Words but Still No Lexicon: Reply to Besner et al. (1990)
Morton-Massaro law of information integration: implications for models of perception., The
Neural and behavioral substrates of mood and mood regulation.
Neural models of memory.
No right to speak? The relationship between object naming and semantic impairment: neuropsychological evidence and a computational model.
Nonword pronunciation and models of word recognition.
On Learning the Past Tenses of English Verbs.
On the control of automatic processes: a parallel distributed processing account of the Stroop effect.
On the Time Relations of Mental Processes: An Examination of Systems of Processes in Cascade.
On Visual and Contextual Factors in Reading: A Reply to Rayner and Slowiaczek.
organization of memory. A parallel distributed processing perspective., The
parallel distributed processing approach to automaticity., A
parallel distributed processing approach to semantic cognition, The
Parallel distributed processing explorations in the microstructure of cognition.
Parallel Mechanisms of Sentence Processing: Assigning Roles to Constituents of Sentences.
PDP approach to set size effects within the Stroop task: Reply to Kanne, Balota, Spieler, and Faust (1998), A
PDP model of the simultaneous perception of multiple objects, A
Perception of letters in words: seek not and ye shall find.
Performance Feedback Drives Caudate Activation in a Phonological Learning Task
Phonological-Similarity Effect Differentiates between Two Working Memory Tasks, The
Précis of Semantic Cognition: A Parallel Distributed Processing Approach
Preliminary letter identification in the perception of words and nonwords.
Processing Determinants of Reading Speed.
Psychological and biological models
Repetition Priming of Words, Pseudowords, and Nonwords
Research Article
Rethinking infant knowledge: toward an adaptive process account of successes and failures in object permanence tasks.
Role of Familiar Units in Perception of Words and Nonwords, The
Role of Syntactic Content in Word Recognition, The
Rules or Connections in Past-Tense Inflections: What Does the Evidence Rule Out?
Semantic Cognition: A Parallel Distributed Processing Approach
Sensory and Cognitive Determinants of Reading Speed
Sentence Comprehension: A Parallel Distributed Processing Approach
single-system account of semantic and lexical deficits in five semantic dementia patients., A
Speech perception as a cognitive process : the interactive activation model
Stipulating versus discovering representations
Stochastic interactive processes and the effect of context on perception.
Structure and Deterioration of Semantic Memory: A Neuropsychological and Computational Investigation
Success and Failure in Teaching the [r]-[l] Contrast to Japanese Adults: Tests of a Hebbian Model of Plasticity and Stabilization in Spoken Language Perception
Success and failure of new speech category learning in adulthood: Consequences of learned Hebbian attractors in topographic maps
Teaching the /r/-/l/ discrimination to Japanese adults: behavioral and neural aspects.
Testing multi-alternative decision models with non-stationary evidence.
time course of perceptual choice: the leaky, competing accumulator model., The
Toward a unified theory of development : connectionism and dynamic systems theory re-considered
TRACE Model of Speech Perception, The
Trace Synthesis in Cued Recall
Understanding failures of learning: Hebbian learning, competition for representational space, and some preliminary experimental data.
Understanding normal and impaired word reading: computational principles in quasi-regular domains.
Unsupervised learning of vowel categories from infant-directed speech.
Using domain-general principles to explain children's causal reasoning abilities
Visual factors in word perception
What underlies the neuropsychological pattern of irregular > regular past-tense verb production?
Why do kids say goed and brang?
Why there are complementary learning systems in the hippocampus and neocortex: insights from the successes and failures of connectionist models of learning and memory.
'Words or Rules' Cannot Exploit the Regularity in Exceptions: Reply to Pinker and Ullman
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Thesis (Ph.D. in Psychology)--Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, 1975