Linear Separability and Concept Learning: Eyetracking Individual Differences

Abstract

Asking people whether a tomato is fruit, or whether chess is a sport, reveals differences between individuals’ concepts. How can the same perceptual information result in different representations? Perhaps people’s initial attention to particular category information determines what representations they will form. When first learning about chess, for… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hoffman2006LinearSA, title={Linear Separability and Concept Learning: Eyetracking Individual Differences}, author={Aaron B. Hoffman}, year={2006} }