A rule-plus-exception model for classifying objects in continuous-dimension spaces

@inproceedings{Nosofsky1998ARM,
  title={A rule-plus-exception model for classifying objects in continuous-dimension spaces},
  author={Robert M. Nosofsky},
  year={1998}
}
The idea that people may represent categories in terms of simple logical rules dates back to the very beginnings of research on concept identification in cognitive psy-The rule hypothesis carries a good deal of intuitive appeal. An important purpose of categorization is to reduce the complexity of mental processing by organizing distinct objects into classes and then dealing with the classes as wholes rather than with each object uniquely. By forming a simple rule, an economical summary… CONTINUE READING
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