Why Merge really is autonomous and parsimonious
Nijmegen : Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics
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InCutler, A.; McQueen, J.M.; Zondervan, R. (ed.), Proceedings of SWAP (Spoken Word Acces Processes), pp. 47-50
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Cutler, A.; McQueen, J.M.; Zondervan, R. (ed.), Proceedings of SWAP (Spoken Word Acces Processes)
Subject150 000 MR Techniques in Brain Function; Psycholinguistics
We briefly describe the Merge model of phonemic decision-making, and, in the light of general arguments about the possible role of feedback in spoken-word recognition, defend Merge's feedforward structure. Merge not only accounts adequately for the data, without invoking feedback connections, but does so in a parsimonious manner.
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