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Unformatted text preview: Problems with Prototypes conceptual boundaries & unusual cases Problems with Prototypes variable categories e.g., games (football, computer games, marbles, golf, solitaire) Typicality & Context e.g., robin in the context of neighborhood vs. barnyard Concepts: Overview The Classical View The Prototype View Other Views The Exemplar View The Schemata View The Knowledge-Based View Learning Concepts The Exemplar View Concepts are composed of previous instances (i.e., exemplars) Categorization occurs by comparing current instance with previous instances stored in memory The Exemplar View Medin et al. (1982) Participants learned about a disease called burlosis by studying descriptions of people with the disease There were 4 symptoms Swollen eyelids; Splotches on ears; Discolored gums; Nosebleed Not all patients had exactly the same symptoms The Exemplar View Medin et al. (1982) Conditions: 2 conditions at study Correlated condition Uncorrelated condition 2 types of test cases Correlated Uncorrelated The Exemplar View...
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