Concepts and Meaning : Introduction to Special Issue on Conceptual Representation

@inproceedings{Hampton2003ConceptsAM,
  title={Concepts and Meaning : Introduction to Special Issue on Conceptual Representation},
  author={James A. Hampton and Helen E. Moss},
  year={2003}
}
Conceptual representation is arguably the most important cognitive function in humans. It stands at the centre of the information processing flow, with input from perceptual modules of differing kinds, and is centrally involved in memory, speech, planning, decision-making, actions, inductive inferences and much more besides. It is therefore unsurprising that it is also a domain of interest to the full range of cognitive sciences—linguistics via lexical semantics, psychology through the use of… CONTINUE READING

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