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Describes a theoretical framework which brings together signal detection theory, the phi-gamma hypothesis, and neural quantum theory. Psychometric functions from a pigeon hue-discrimination experiment are shown to be ratio scales (i.e., they were linear and passed through the origin of the...
Proposes a conceptual model to account for the child's initial translation of meanings into words. The model is discussed in terms of the characteristics of word acquisition and of the relation between 1st words and 1st sentences. While concept formation theory, semantic feature theory, and...
Recent formulations of speech perception have emphasized the importance of 1 aspect of the acoustic waveform-the transitional cue. The present paper explores 2 other cues present in the waveform of speech-invariant cues and envelope cues. It is argued that each type of cue makes a different...
Suggests that the subject-verb-object (SVO) approach to social cognition provides a method of conceptualizing several social cognition problems within the framework of item sets which contain 8 SVO sentences (e.g., "The kind man avoided the intelligent swindler." "Conservative voters enjoy...
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