James Magnusson

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One of the largest remaining unsolved mysteries in cognitive science is how the rapid input of spoken language is mapped onto phonological and lexical representations over time. Attempts at psychologically-tractable computational models of spoken word recognition tend either to ignore time or to transform the temporal input into a spatial representation.(More)
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