Toward a scalable holographic word-form representation.

  title={Toward a scalable holographic word-form representation.},
  author={Gregory E. Cox and George Kachergis and Gabriel Recchia and Michael N. Jones},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  volume={43 3},
Phenomena in a variety of verbal tasks--for example, masked priming, lexical decision, and word naming--are typically explained in terms of similarity between word-forms. Despite the apparent commonalities between these sets of phenomena, the representations and similarity measures used to account for them are not often related. To show how this gap might be bridged, we build on the work of Hannagan, Dupoux, and Christophe, Cognitive Science 35:79-118, (2011) to explore several methods of… CONTINUE READING

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