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Nonreading tasks that share some (but not all) of the task demands of reading have often been used to make inferences about how cognition influences when the eyes move during reading. In this article, we use variants of the E-Z Reader model of eye-movement control in reading to simulate...
Both adults and young children possess powerful statistical computation capabilities—they can infer the referent of a word from highly ambiguous contexts involving many words and many referents by aggregating cross-situational statistical information across contexts. This ability has been...
Recent work has given rise to the view that reward-based decision making is governed by two key controllers: a habit system, which stores stimulus–response associations shaped by past reward, and a goal-oriented system that selects actions based on their anticipated outcomes. The current...
noticed an inconsistency in the mathematical statement of the Law of Categorical Judgment and derived “the valid equation, the Law of Categorical Judgment (Corrected)” (p. 125). The purpose of this comment is to point out that the law can be corrected in many different ways, leading to...
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