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Semantic factors in cognition

Semantic factors in cognition

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Published by L. Erlbaum Associates, distributed by the Halsted Press Division, Wiley in Hillsdale, N.J, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition -- Congresses.,
  • Semantics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by John W. Cotton, Roberta L. Klatzky.
    ContributionsKlatzky, Roberta L., Cotton, John Whealdon, 1925-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF311 .S44
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 239 p. :
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4551598M
    ISBN 100470993405
    LC Control Number77021022

      For undergraduate level courses in Cognition and Theories of Learning. coursework on the biological basis of cognition– for the neurocognitive evidence they will encounter throughout the book. Lexical and Semantic Factors: The Meaning in Language. Morphemes. The Deficits of semantic cognition in stroke aphasia: Underlying causes and ameliorating factors. By Hannah Elizabeth Thompson. Get PDF (3 MB) Abstract. Research suggests that semantic memory deficits can occur in at least three ways. Patients can (1) show amodal degradation of concepts within the semantic store itself, such as in semantic

      It covers transfer in both production and comprehension, and discusses the distinction between semantic and conceptual transfer, lateral transfer, and reverse transfer. The book is ideal as a text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in bilingualism, second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, and cognitive psychology, and   Closing the Loop between Knowledge Patterns in Cognition and the Semantic Web. Submitted by Aldo Gangemi on 10/21/ - in Knowledge Representation, the Semantic Web and Cognitive Sciences, and propose an intensional abstraction of heterogeneous predicates as a formal foundation for KP. Book series 'Studies on the Semantic Web

    Chapter 6 The Information Economy The information economy is generally understood to mean a particular moment in economic development (the knowledge society or the economy based on knowledge and innovation) - Selection from The Semantic Sphere 1: Computation, Cognition and Information Economy [Book]   The basis of human semantic abilities is central to the effort to understand human cognition. Since antiquity, philosophers have considered how we make semantic judgments, and the investigation of semantic processing was a focal point for both experimental and computational investigations in the early phases of the cognitive ~jose/courses/_mem_learn/.


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―Geoffrey Hinton, FRS, Canada Research Chair in Machine Learning, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. This important book pushes connectionism into the true heartland of cognitive science: human semantic ://   Semantic Cognition的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人,还是一件事,都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。将这些话题细分出来,分别进行讨论,会有更多收获   The book uses very little technical jargon and the reasoning is clear, detailed, and compelling.

Geoffrey Hinton. FRS, Canada Research Chair in Machine Learning, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. This important book pushes connectionism into the true heartland of cognitive science: human semantic ://   "This important book pushes connectionism into the true heartland of cognitive science: human semantic cognition.

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Bayton Published Business Journal of Marketing This is a comprehensive ,-Cognition,-Learning—Basic-Factors. Semantic cognition refers to our ability to use, manipulate and generalize knowledge that is acquired over the lifespan to support innumerable verbal and non-verbal :// Richard L.

Doty, Christopher H. Hawkes, in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Semantic dementia. Semantic dementia (SD) is a multimodal disorder in which patients have difficulty recognizing the significance of words, objects, faces, nonverbal sounds, and tastes, despite their normal perception of such stimuli.

SD is potentially a very important test case for understanding the cognitive   This book amazed me. Some words don't translate well across cultures. Anna Wierzbicka can tell you why.

Using a "natural semantic metalanguage" of concepts basic enough to appear in every language, she explains, point by point, what English-speaking people think of  › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.

The Situated Cognition Approach Section Summary Points Chapter Review Questions Keywords Recommended Readings 8 General Knowledge Chapter Introduction Background and Approaches to Semantic Memory Background Information The Prototype Approach Characteristics of Prototypes Levels of  › Home › Subjects › Psychology › Cognitive Psychology.

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and Henley, Tracy B. Finding meaning in This book shows semantic structure to be in part hierarchic, fitting the syntax in which it is expressed, and partly a network, fitting the nature of the mind, from which it springs.

It is complex enough to provide for the emotive and imaginative dimensions of language, the shifting of We build particularly on the integrative, simulation-based treatment of semantic cognition in ref. 4, often using the same modeling strategy in a simpler linear setting, to obtain similar results but with additional analytical insight.

In contrast to prior work, whether conceptual, Bayesian, or connectionist, our simple model permits exact   in cognition and consequently to this book as a whole.

For this reason, I take no strong stand on the value of the concept (although I have expressed a skeptical point of view elsewhere; see MacLeod, in press; MacLeod, Dodd, Sheard, Wilson, & Bibi, ). In In this précis of our recent book, Semantic Cognition: A Parallel Distributed Processing Approach (Rogers & McClelland ), we present a parallel distributed processing theory of the acquisition, representation, and use of human semantic knowledge.

The theory proposes that semantic abilities arise from the flow of activation among simple, neuron-like processing units, as governed by the   Deficits of semantic cognition in stroke aphasia: Underlying causes and ameliorating factors A thesis submitted to the University of York for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy December Hannah Elizabeth Thompson Department of Psychology.

3 Table of of semantic   Semantics, Culture, and Cognition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Not everything that can be said in one language can be s Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition, First Edition focuses on the role of linguistic and cultural factors in math cognition and development.

It covers a wide range of topics, including analogical mapping in numerical development, arithmetic fact retrieval in the bilingual brain, cross-cultural comparisons of mathematics achievement Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 13 (2),– C stronger influence of semantic factors in the L1–L2.

direction than in the L2–L1 direction because :// Research suggests that semantic memory deficits can occur in at least three ways. Patients can (1) show amodal degradation of concepts within the semantic store itself, such as in semantic dementia (SD), (2) have an impairment of semantic control, leading to difficulty accessing appropriate knowledge in line with current goals or context, as in semantic aphasia (SA), and (3) experience a.

This volume presents the state of the art of recent research on the acquisition of semantics. Covering topics ranging from infants' initial acquisition of word meaning to the more sophisticated mapping between structure and meaning in the syntax-semantics interface, and the relation between logical content and inferences on language meaning (semantics and pragmatics), the papers in this volume The authors show that in cognition, Shannonian and semantic information are interrelated as two aspects of a cognitive process termed as information adaptation.

In the latter the mind/brain adapts to the environment by the deflating and/or inflating of the information conveyed by the ://Eventually, the Semantic Web has created the conditions for web semantics to evolve: billions of multi-domain Linked Data triples, the international acceptance of governmental linked open data, the F.A.I.R.

data movement,1 and the crucial asset development for enterprise knowledge graphs, are all evidence for a paradigm shift. Yet, where real semantic interoperability has succeeded, it has