Rational integration of noisy evidence and prior semantic expectations in sentence interpretation.

Abstract

Sentence processing theories typically assume that the input to our language processing mechanisms is an error-free sequence of words. However, this assumption is an oversimplification because noise is present in typical language use (for instance, due to a noisy environment, producer errors, or perceiver errors). A complete theory of human sentence… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1216438110

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