How to hit Scylla without avoiding Charybdis: comment on Perruchet, Tyler, Galland, and Peereman (2004).

@article{Bonatti2006HowTH,
  title={How to hit Scylla without avoiding Charybdis: comment on Perruchet, Tyler, Galland, and Peereman (2004).},
  author={Luca L. Bonatti and Marcela Pe{\~n}a and Marina Nespor and Jacques Mehler},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2006},
  volume={135 2},
  pages={314-21; discussion 322-6}
}
M. Peña, L. L. Bonatti, M. Nespor, and J. Mehler argued that humans compute nonadjacent statistical relations among syllables in a continuous artificial speech stream to extract words, but they use other computations to determine the structural properties of words. Instead, when participants are familiarized with a segmented stream, structural generalizations about words are quickly established. P. Perruchet, M. D. Tyler, N. Galland, and R. Peereman criticized M. Peña et al.'s work and… CONTINUE READING

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