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Final Notes - 00:05 Animate vs. Inanimate Finding...

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00:05 Animate vs. Inanimate Finding perceptual Features in Common Difference between cats and dogs What do cats have in common from dogs? What is common in dogs that is different from cats? The coloring and length of hair is very different Infants by 4 months of age can categorize cats are more similar to each other than dogs. Asymmetrical Categorization If they formed a category of cats than they should look longer at Dogs. Familiarize the babies with Dogs Then show a new cat or new Dog. They do not seem to form a category of Dogs that includes that new dog and excludes the Dog Why? There is so much variability among the dogs, it is difficult to find the perceptual similar features of the dogs. It is easier to see the perceptual features of cats. Connectionist model Can you identify categories of cats? Can you identify categories of dogs? They input into the model the dimensions of dogs and that of cats. There is a range of head with and eye separation.
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course PSYCH 130 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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