Synopses & Reviews
Setting forth the state of the art, leading researchers present a survey on the fast-developing field of Connectionist Psycholinguistics. Using connectionist or "neural" networks, which are inspired by brain architecture, to model empirical data on human language processing. Connectionist psycholinguistics has had a substantial impact on the study of a wide range of aspects of language processing, ranging from inflectional morphology, to word recognition, to parsing and language production.
Presents a survey on Connectionist Psycholinguists by leading researchers in this fast-developing field.
About the Author
NICK CHATER is in the Department of Psychology at the University of Warwick, U.K.
Table of Contents
Connectionist Psycholinguistics: The Very Idea by Morten H. Christiansen and Nick Chater
The State of the Art
Connectionist Psycholinguistics in Perspective by Morten H. Christiansen and Nick Chater
Simulating Parallel Activation in Spoken Word Recognition by M. Gareth Gaskel and William D. Marslen-Wilson
A Connectionist Model of English Past Tense and Plural Morphology by Kim Plunkett and Patrick Juola
Finite Models of Infinite