Models of retrieval in sentence comprehension: A computational evaluation using Bayesian hierarchical modeling

13 Dec 2016 Bruno Nicenboim Shravan Vasishth

Research on interference has provided evidence that the formation of dependencies between non-adjacent words relies on a cue-based retrieval mechanism. Two different models can account for one of the main predictions of interference, i.e., a slowdown at a retrieval site, when several items share a feature associated with a retrieval cue: Lewis and Vasishth's (2005) activation-based model and McElree's (2000) direct access model... (read more)

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