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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A computational study of cross-situational techniques for learning word-to-meaning mappings Siskind, Jeffrey Mark
1996
3-4 1-2 p. 39-91
53 p.
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2 Acoustic-phonetic representations in word recognition Pisoni, David B.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 21-52
32 p.
artikel
3 Advances in the computational study of language acquisition Brent, Michael R.
1996
3-4 1-2 p. 1-38
38 p.
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4 A language learning model for finite parameter spaces Niyogi, Partha
1996
3-4 1-2 p. 161-193
33 p.
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5 Alternative representations of time, number, and rate Church, Russell M.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 55-81
27 p.
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6 A reader's view of listening Bradley, Dianne C.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 103-134
32 p.
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7 Are we explaining consciousness yet? Dennett, Daniel
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 221-237
17 p.
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8 Attention-based visual routines: sprites Cavanagh, Patrick
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 47-60
14 p.
artikel
9 Auditory and visual objects Kubovy, Michael
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 97-126
30 p.
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10 A view of the world through the bat's ear: The formation of acoustic images in echolocation Simmons, James A.
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 155-199
45 p.
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11 Causes versus enabling conditions Cheng, Patricia W.
1991
3-4 1-2 p. 83-120
38 p.
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12 Cognitive arithmetic: A review of data and theory Ashcraft, Mark H.
1992
3-4 1-2 p. 75-106
32 p.
artikel
13 Cognitive mechanisms in numerical processing: Evidence from acquired dyscalculia McCloskey, Michael
1992
3-4 1-2 p. 107-157
51 p.
artikel
14 Connectionism and cognitive architecture: A critical analysis Fodor, Jerry A.
1988
3-4 1-2 p. 3-71
69 p.
artikel
15 Consciousness and the brainstem Parvizi, Josef
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 135-160
26 p.
artikel
16 Context effects in lexical processing Tanenhaus, Michael K.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 213-234
22 p.
artikel
17 Contributions of memory circuits to language: the declarative/procedural model Ullman, Michael T
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 231-270
40 p.
artikel
18 Cortical bases of speech perception:evidence from functional lesion studies Boatman, Dana
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 47-65
19 p.
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19 Debias the environment instead of the judge: an alternative approach to reducing error in diagnostic (and other) judgment Klayman, Joshua
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 97-122
26 p.
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20 Diagnostic recognition: task constraints, object information, and their interactions Schyns, Philippe G
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 147-179
33 p.
artikel
21 Distributional regularity and phonotactic constraints are useful for segmentation Brent, Michael R.
1996
3-4 1-2 p. 93-125
33 p.
artikel
22 Dorsal and ventral streams: a framework for understanding aspects of the functional anatomy of language Hickok, Gregory
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 67-99
33 p.
artikel
23 Do viewpoint-dependent mechanisms generalize across members of a class? Tarr, Michael J
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 73-110
38 p.
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24 Editorial Board 1996
3-4 1-2 p. iv-vii
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25 Editorial Board 1992
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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26 Editorial Board 1993
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27 Editorial Board 1991
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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28 Editorial Board 1989
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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29 Editorial Board 1990
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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30 Editorial Board 1987
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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31 Editorial Board 1988
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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32 Editorial Board 1986
3-4 1-2 p. v-vii
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33 Editorial Board 2004
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34 Event representation in Pavlovian conditioning: Image and action Holland, Peter C.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 105-131
27 p.
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35 Evidence accumulation in cell populations responsive to faces: an account of generalisation of recognition without mental transformations Perrett, D.I
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 111-145
35 p.
artikel
36 Focussing in reasoning and decision making Legrenzi, P.
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 37-66
30 p.
artikel
37 Functional parallelism in spoken word-recognition Marslen-Wilson, William D.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 71-102
32 p.
artikel
38 Honey bee cognition Gould, James L.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 83-103
21 p.
artikel
39 Image-based object recognition in man, monkey and machine Tarr, Michael J
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 1-20
20 p.
artikel
40 Images of numbers, or “when 98 is upper left and 6 sky blue” Seron, Xavier
1992
3-4 1-2 p. 159-196
38 p.
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41 Implementations are not conceptualizations: Revising the verb learning model MacWhinney, Brian
1991
3-4 1-2 p. 121-157
37 p.
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42 Infants' knowledge of objects: beyond object files and object tracking Carey, Susan
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 179-213
35 p.
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43 Introduction Pinker, Steven
1988
3-4 1-2 p. 1-2
2 p.
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44 Introspective physicalism as an approach to the science of consciousness Jack, Anthony I
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 161-196
36 p.
artikel
45 Language mechanisms and reading disorder: A modular approach Shankweiler, Donald
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 139-168
30 p.
artikel
46 Lesion analysis of the brain areas involved in language comprehension Dronkers, Nina F
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 145-177
33 p.
artikel
47 Levels of stimulus control: A functional approach Herrnstein, R.J.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 133-166
34 p.
artikel
48 Literacy training and speech segmentation Morais, José
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 45-64
20 p.
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49 Neural events and perceptual awareness Kanwisher, Nancy
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 89-113
25 p.
artikel
50 Neural systems behind word and concept retrieval Damasio, H
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 179-229
51 p.
artikel
51 Neuronal models of cognitive functions Changeux, Jean-Pierre
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 63-109
47 p.
artikel
52 Newborns' preferential tracking of face-like stimuli and its subsequent decline Johnson, Mark H.
1991
3-4 1-2 p. 1-19
19 p.
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53 Objects and attention: the state of the art Scholl, Brian J
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 1-46
46 p.
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54 On language and connectionism: Analysis of a parallel distributed processing model of language acquisition Pinker, Steven
1988
3-4 1-2 p. 73-193
121 p.
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55 Paradox and cross purposes in recent work on consciousness Block, Ned
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 197-219
23 p.
artikel
56 Perception and its neuronal mechanisms Held, Richard
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 139-154
16 p.
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57 Perception without awareness: perspectives from cognitive psychology Merikle, Philip M
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 115-134
20 p.
artikel
58 Perceptual awareness and its loss in unilateral neglect and extinction Driver, Jon
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 39-88
50 p.
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59 Phonological awareness: The role of reading experience Mann, Virginia A.
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 65-92
28 p.
artikel
60 Phonological parsing and lexical retrieval Church, Kenneth W.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 53-69
17 p.
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61 Preverbal and verbal counting and computation Gallistel, C.R.
1992
3-4 1-2 p. 43-74
32 p.
artikel
62 Prosodic structure and spoken word recognition Grosjean, François
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 135-155
21 p.
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63 Reason-based choice Shafir, Eldar
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 11-36
26 p.
artikel
64 Reasoning, decision making and rationality Evans, J.St.B.T.
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 165-187
23 p.
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65 Reasoning in explanation-based decision making Pennington, Nancy
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 123-163
41 p.
artikel
66 Recovery of 3D volume from 2-tone images of novel objects Moore, Cassandra
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 45-71
27 p.
artikel
67 Representation of time Gibbon, John
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 23-54
32 p.
artikel
68 Representations in animal cognition: An introduction Gallistel, C.R.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 1-22
22 p.
artikel
69 Seeking the neurobiological bases of speech perception Miller, Joanne L.
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 111-137
27 p.
artikel
70 Segmentation, attention and phenomenal visual objects Driver, Jon
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 61-95
35 p.
artikel
71 Selectional constraints: an information-theoretic model and its computational realization Resnik, Philip
1996
3-4 1-2 p. 127-159
33 p.
artikel
72 Similarity, plausibility, and judgments of probability Smith, Edward E.
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 67-96
30 p.
artikel
73 Some agenda items for a neurobiology of cognition: An introduction Eimas, Peter D.
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 1-23
23 p.
artikel
74 Structure in auditory word recognition Frazier, Lyn
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 157-187
31 p.
artikel
75 Syntactic subjects in the early speech of American and Italian children Valian, Virginia
1991
3-4 1-2 p. 21-81
61 p.
artikel
76 The ability to manipulate speech sounds depends on knowing alphabetic writing Read, Charles
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 31-44
14 p.
artikel
77 The functional neuroanatomy of prelexical processing in speech perception Scott, Sophie K.
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 13-45
33 p.
artikel
78 The interaction between reasoning and decision making: an introduction Johnson-Laird, Philip N.
1993
3-4 1-2 p. 1-9
9 p.
artikel
79 The mental representation of the meaning of words Johnson-Laird, P.N.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 189-211
23 p.
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80 The neurobiology of learning and memory Cotman, Carl W.
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 201-241
41 p.
artikel
81 The objects of action and perception Goodale, Melvyn A
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 181-207
27 p.
artikel
82 The onset of literacy: Liminal remarks Bertelson, Paul
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 1-30
30 p.
artikel
83 The process of spoken word recognition: An introduction Frauenfelder, Uli H.
1987
3-4 1-2 p. 1-20
20 p.
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84 The relation between linguistic structure and associative theories of language learning—A constructive critique of some connectionist learning models Lachter, Joel
1988
3-4 1-2 p. 195-247
53 p.
artikel
85 The representation of social relations by monkeys Cheney, Dorothy L.
1990
3-4 1-2 p. 167-196
30 p.
artikel
86 The similarities between normal readers and developmental and acquired dyslexics Bryant, Peter
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 121-137
17 p.
artikel
87 The spatial and temporal signatures of word production components Indefrey, P
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 101-144
44 p.
artikel
88 Three-dimensional object recognition based on the combination of views Ullman, Shimon
1998
3-4 1-2 p. 21-44
24 p.
artikel
89 Time-locked multiregional retroactivation: A systems-level proposal for the neural substrates of recall and recognition Damasio, Antonio R.
1989
3-4 1-2 p. 25-62
38 p.
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90 Towards a cognitive neuroscience of consciousness: basic evidence and a workspace framework Dehaene, Stanislas
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 1-37
37 p.
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91 Towards a new functional anatomy of language Poeppel, David
2004
3-4 1-2 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
92 Varieties of numerical abilities Dehaene, Stanislas
1992
3-4 1-2 p. 1-42
42 p.
artikel
93 Visual indexes, preconceptual objects, and situated vision Pylyshyn, Zenon W
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 127-158
32 p.
artikel
94 What is a visual object? Evidence from target merging in multiple object tracking Scholl, Brian J
2001
3-4 1-2 p. 159-177
19 p.
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95 Word recognition in early reading: A review of the direct and indirect access hypotheses Barron, Roderick W.
1986
3-4 1-2 p. 93-119
27 p.
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