Modeling semantic plausibility and the influence of visual context during on-line sentence comprehension

author: Matthew Crocker, Department of Computational Psycholinguistics, Saarland University
published: Oct. 31, 2007,   recorded: June 2007,   views: 396
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Area of research: the processes that underlie the human capacity to understand language.
How does the human language processor work? Architectures, mechanisms.
How can we model it computationally? Understanding: Competence; Behaviour: Performance.
Interaction of language with other cognitive systems and the environment.

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