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Information-accumulation theory of speeded categorization.
A process model of perceptual categorization is presented, in which it is assumed that the earliest stages of categorization involve gradual accumulation of information about object features. TheExpand
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Categorization under time pressure.
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Selective drop-out in longitudinal studies and non-biased prediction of behaviour disorders
Background Participant drop-out occurs in all longitudinal studies, and if systematic, may lead to selection biases and erroneous conclusions being drawn from a study. Aims We investigated whetherExpand
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Perceptual Similarity in Autism
People with autism have consistently been found to outperform controls on visuo-spatial tasks such as block design, embedded figures, and visual search tasks. Plaisted, O'Riordan, and others (BonnelExpand
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The time course of categorization.
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An exemplar account of the bow and set-size effects in absolute identification.
The extended generalized context model for response times (K. Lamberts, 2000) was designed to account for choice proportions and response times in perceptual categorization. In this article, theExpand
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Flexible tuning of similarity in exemplar-based categorization.
Flexibility in exemplar-based categorization was investigate in 3 experiments. Ss categorized schematic drawings of individuals'faces while they received information about the kinship relationExpand
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No evidence for rule-based processing in the inverse base-rate effect
The inverse base-rate effect in categorization (Medin & Edelson, 1988) arises when participants assign an ambiguous stimulus to a category that occurred less frequently than an alternative category,Expand
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Feature-sampling and random-walk models of individual-stimulus recognition.
Traditional process models of old-new recognition have not addressed differences in accuracy and response time between individual stimuli. Two new process models of recognition are presented andExpand
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Categorization of briefly presented objects
Abstract Two experiments investigated binary categorization of artificial, multidimensional objects that were presented for intervals between 33 and 200 ms. The experiments consisted of two stages.Expand
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