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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Cognitive models of speech processing.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©1990
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gerry T M Altmann
|Notes:||"A Bradford book."
"Outcome of a research workshop held at the Park Hotel Fiorelle, Sperlonga, 16-20 May 1988"--Preface.
|Description:||1 online resource (x, 540 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||1. Cognitive models of speech processing : an introduction / by Gerry T.M. Altmann --
2. Lexical hypotheses in continuous speech / by Richard Shillcock --
3. Lexical segmentation in TRACE : an exercise in simulation / by Uli H. Frauenfelder and Guus Peeters --
4. A dynamic-net model of human speech recognition / by Dennis Norris --
5. Exploiting prosodic probabilities in speech segmentation / by Anne Cutler --
6. Similarity neighborhoods of spoken words / by Paul A. Luce, David B. Pisoni and Steven D. Goldinger --
7. Activation, competition, and frequency in lexical access / by William Marslen-Wilson --
8. Retroactive influence of syllable neighborhoods / by Jan Charles-Luce, Paul A. Luce and Michael S. Cluff --
9. Competition, lateral inhibition, and frequency : comments on the chapters of Frauenfelder and Peeters, Marslen-Wilson, and others / by Ellen Gurman Bard --
10. Lexical statistics and cognitive models of speech processing / by Gerry T.M. Altmann --
11. Constraining models of lexical access : the onset of word recognition / by Jacques Mehler, Emmanuel Dupoux and Juan Segui --
12. The role of the syllable in speech segmentation, phoneme identification, and lexical access / by Juan Segui, Emmanuel Dupoux and Jacques Mehler --
13. Effects of sentence context and lexical knowledge in speech processing / by Cynthia Connine --
14. Using perceptual-restoration effects to explore the architecture of perception / by Arthur G. Samuel --
15. The relationship between sentential context and sensory input : comments on Connine's and Samuel's chapters / by Lorraine K. Tyler --
16. Modularity compromised : selecting partial hypotheses / by Henry Thompson and Gerry T.M. Altmann --
17. Representation and structure in connectionist models / by Jeffrey L. Elman --
18. Combinatory lexical information and language comprehension / by Michael K. Tanenhaus, Susan M. Garnsey and Julie Boland --
19. Exploring the architecture of the language-processing system / by Lyn Frazier --
20. Thematic roles and modularity : comments on the chapters by Frazier and Tanenhaus et al. / by Jane Dean Fodor --
21. Syntax and intonational structure in a combinatory grammar / by Mark J. Steedman --
22. Description theory and intonation boundaries / by Mitchell Marcus and Donald Hindle --
23. Phrase structure and intonational phrases : comments on the Chapters by Marcus and Steedman / by Aravind K. Joshi.
|Series Title:||ACL-MIT Press series in natural-language processing.; Bradford book.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Gerry T.M. Altmann.|
"This volume is one of the most valuable publications in psycholinguisticsof the last decade... [a] coherent picture of the rich theoretical andmethodological scene that comprises psycholinguistics