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COGSCI
2004
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D-LTAG: extending lexicalized TAG to discourse
This paper surveys work on applying the insights of lexicalized grammars to low-level discourse, to show the value of positing an autonomous grammar for low-level discourse in whi...
Bonnie L. Webber
COGSCI
2004
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Coherence versus fragmentation in the development of the concept of force
Andrea A. diSessa, Nicole M. Gillespie, Jennifer B...
COGSCI
2004
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Moving words: dynamic representations in language comprehension
Eighty-two participants listened to sentences and then judged whether two sequentially presented visual objects were the same. On critical trials, participants heard a sentence de...
Rolf A. Zwaan, Carol J. Madden, Richard H. Yaxley,...
COGSCI
2004
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Using movement and intentions to understand simple events
In order to understand ongoing activity, observers segment it into meaningful temporal parts. Segmentation can be based on bottom-up processing of distinctive sensory characterist...
Jeffrey M. Zacks
COGSCI
2004
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Generation and evaluation of user tailored responses in multimodal dialogue
When people engage in conversation, they tailor their utterances to their conversational partners, whether these partners are other humans or computational systems. This tailoring...
Marilyn A. Walker, Steve Whittaker, Amanda Stent, ...
COGSCI
2004
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Spatio-temporal dynamics of face recognition in a flash: it's in the eyes
We adapted the Bubbles procedure [Vis. Res. 41 (2001) 2261] to examine the effective use of information during the first 282 ms of face identification. Ten participants each viewe...
Céline Vinette, Frédéric Goss...
COGSCI
2004
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The conjunction fallacy: a misunderstanding about conjunction?
It is easy to construct pairs of sentences X, Y that lead many people to ascribe higher probability to the conjunction X-and-Y than to the conjuncts X, Y. Whether an error is ther...
Katya Tentori, Nicolao Bonini, Daniel N. Osherson
COGSCI
2004
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Intention, interpretation and the computational structure of language
I show how a conversational process that takes simple, intuitively meaningful steps may be understood as a sophisticated computation that derives the richly detailed, complex repr...
Matthew Stone
COGSCI
2004
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Varieties of crossing dependencies: structure dependence and mild context sensitivity
Four different kinds of grammars that can define crossing dependencies in human language are compared here: (i) context sensitive rewrite grammars with rules that depend on contex...
Edward P. Stabler Jr.
COGSCI
2004
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Children's causal inferences from indirect evidence: Backwards blocking and Bayesian reasoning in preschoolers
Previous research suggests that children can infer causal relations from patterns of events. However, what appear to be cases of causal inference may simply reduce to children rec...
David M. Sobel, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Alison Gopnik
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