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Cognitive architectures and language acquisition: A case study in pronoun comprehension

Cognitive architectures and language acquisition: A case study in pronoun comprehension,10.1017/S0305000909990560,Journal of Child Language,JACOLIEN V

Cognitive architectures and language acquisition: A case study in pronoun comprehension   (Citations: 4)
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Journal: Journal of Child Language - J CHILD LANG , vol. 37, no. 03, 2010
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    • ...Although this seriality has not been specifically designed to account for performance in tasks in which scarce resources determine behavior, it has been successfully applied in many different experimental domains, such as attentional blink (Taatgen, Juvina, Schipper, Borst, & Martens, 2009), language development (Hendriks, van Rijn, & Valkenier, 2007; van Rij, van Rijn, & Hendriks, 2009), temporal cognition (van Rijn & ...

    Leendert van Maanenet al. Stroop and picture—word interference are two sides of the same coin

    • ...To test the biOT explanation and to compare it to non-OT accounts of children’s delay in pronoun interpretation, the biOT explanation was implemented in the cognitive architecture ACT-R [14][15]...
    • ...The penguin is hitting him with a pan (translated from Dutch) at a normal speech rate as well as at a speech rate that was artificially slowed down [15]...
    • ...Also, the results provide a challenge to alternative accounts of children’s pronoun interpretation delay that attribute children’s errors with pronouns to their lack of pragmatic knowledge, limitations in perspective taking, or task effects (see [15] for discussion)...

    Petra Hendriks. Empirical Evidence for Embodied Semantics

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