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Unformatted text preview: actually separated by a pause 10)Garden paths show that comprehension occurs as we come across them (we do not interpret a sentence after reading it, we do so while reading it) 11)Language is learned by children because of their powerful learning mechanism 12) A tip-of-the-tongue state allows you to access conceptual and lexical but not a phonological level 13) We are able to create a number of different sentences because syntax is _______ 14)Categorical perception things that sound like da and pa there is not in-between (sharp transition) 15)Mental images/short memory 16)Time and distance are proportional (in both mental imagery to actual time needed for the task) 17) None are true 18) Analogue fashion? 19) Which suggests machinery ?!?! 20) Person will mention that a squirrel has eyes if asked to form a mental image...
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course PSYCH 2H03 taught by Professor Humphreys during the Spring '08 term at McMaster University.
- Spring '08