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Unformatted text preview: Page # Lecture Outline Issues: (a) How are categories related? (b) How do we access the info? (c) TLC Model and revision 1. Teachable Language Comprehender (TLC) Hierarchical network, sentence veriFcation, distance effects Problems: reverse distance effect, typicality, basic- level effects 2. Revision of TLC Not hierarchical, spreading activation, intersection Addresses problems of TLC model TLC Model (Collins & Quillian) ANIMAL has skin breathes air can move BIRD has wings can y has feathers has Fns can swim has gills can sing is yellow CANARY SALMON SHARK ISH in Jaws can bite is edible swims upstream is pink OSTRICH TLC Model: Processing ANIMAL has skin breathes air can move BIRD has wings can y has feathers has Fns can swim has gills can sing is yellow SALMON SHARK ISH in Jaws can bite is edible swims upstream is pink OSTRICH CANARY A canary is a bird. True TLC Model: Processing ANIMAL has skin breathes air can move BIRD has wings can y has feathers has Fns...
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2009 for the course PSYCH 240 taught by Professor Gehring during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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