Study guide for Test 3 - Continuity of speech sounds...

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Cognition, Psyc 135 -- Study Guide for Test 3 Scientific versus common concepts and categories defining features (necessary, sufficient, characteristic) Family resemblance models, prototypes Exemplar based models Graded membership Basic, subordinate, and superordinate categories Typicality effects Within category variability Judging “good” or “best” members of a category Things affecting judgment of category membership Categorization heuristics Use of theories in categorization Inferences based on theories of categories Bloom’s Taxonomy Phonology, morphology, syntax, and pragmatics Phonemes, morphemes Parsing Voicing (voice onset stime), place, manner
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Unformatted text preview: Continuity of speech sounds Categorical perception Overregularization Competence/performance Linguistic universals Extralinguistic context Minimal attachment, garden path sentences Brocas and Wernickes areas Thought and Language Gricean Maxims Introspection about imagery Depiction characteristics Chronometric studies of imagery Mental rotation Interaction between imagery and perception Brain activity/damage and imagery Blindness and imagery Pictures and images Images and learning Verbal coding of visual information Dual coding Memory for pictures...
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