A Neural Network Model of Lexical Competition during Infant Spoken Word Recognition

1 Jun 2020 Mihaela Duta Kim Plunkett

Visual world studies show that upon hearing a word in a target-absent visual context containing related and unrelated items, toddlers and adults briefly direct their gaze towards phonologically related items, before shifting towards semantically and visually related ones. We present a neural network model that processes dynamic unfolding phonological representations and maps them to static internal semantic and visual representations... (read more)

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