Now you know it, now you don't: Asking the right question about category knowledge

@inproceedings{Conaway2014NowYK,
  title={Now you know it, now you don't: Asking the right question about category knowledge},
  author={Nolan Conaway and Kenneth J. Kurtz},
  booktitle={CogSci},
  year={2014}
}
A key goal of category learning research is to describe how categories are represented. Essential to this research are measures that provide investigators insight into exactly what learners have gained from their training experience. In this paper, we review and explore three commonly used measures: A) ease of acquisition, B) generalization, and C) single feature classification. We report results of a category learning experiment in which these measures are compared side-byside. We find that… CONTINUE READING

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