Gordon Griffiths

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Cognitive modeling typically predicts the externally observable results of tasks and psychological experiments such as participant reaction times and error rates. To understand better the neural processes associated with cognition and behavior, it is necessary to model the internal processes. In this paper, we present a method of building a cognitive model(More)
We explored the relationships between a perceptual-attention task and a word-verification task using event-related potential (ERPs) in preschool children. Adopting an embodied multiple representation perspective, we set up the relationships between online (visual attention) and offline (mental imagery) simulation in the two tasks to test key aspects of(More)
The neural correlates of visualization underlying word comprehension were examined in preschool children. On each trial, a concrete or abstract word was delivered binaurally (part 1: post-auditory visualization), followed by a four-picture array (a target plus three distractors; part 2: matching visualization). Children were to select the picture matching(More)
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