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Title: What do connectionnist simulations tell us?
Authors: Gobet, F
Keywords: connectionnism
Pdp
Acquisition of language
Computational modelling
Elman
Computational models of the acquisition of language
Rispoli
Cognitive development
Past tense acquisition
Piaget
Rohde
Plaut
Raijmakers
Balance beam task
Representational innateness
Epigenesis
Non-linear dynamics
Starting small
Rethinking innateness
Publication Date: 1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Journal of Child Language, 26: 242-245
Abstract: In his review, Rispoli’s main concern is that Elman et al.’s book will aggravate the degree of polarisation in developmental psycholinguistics. I cannot really comment on this worry, as developmental psycholinguistics is not my field. Instead, I will discuss some questions more related to my background--the role of computational modelling in Elman et al.’s approach.
URI: http://www.cambridge.org/uk/default.asp
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/814
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