Language and connectionism: the developing interface.

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After a difficult initial period in which connectionism was perceived as either irrelevant or antithetical to linguistic theory, connectionist concepts are now beginning to be brought to bear on basic issues concerning the structure, acquisition, and processing of language, both normal and disordered. This article describes some potential points of further… (More)

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@article{Seidenberg1994LanguageAC, title={Language and connectionism: the developing interface.}, author={Mark S. Seidenberg}, journal={Cognition}, year={1994}, volume={50 1-3}, pages={385-401} }