Martin Redington
Martin Redington
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Distributional information: A powerful cue for acquiring syntactic categories
M Redington, N Chater, S Finch
Cognitive science 22 (4), 425-469, 1998
6621998
Transfer in artificial grammar learning: A reevaluation.
M Redington, N Chater
Journal of experimental psychology: general 125 (2), 123, 1996
2921996
Fast, frugal, and rational: How rational norms explain behavior
N Chater, M Oaksford, R Nakisa, M Redington
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 90 (1), 63-86, 2003
2792003
Connectionist and statistical approaches to language acquisition: A distributional perspective
M Redington, N Chater
Language and cognitive processes 13 (2-3), 129-191, 1998
1141998
Knowledge representation and transfer in
M Redington, N Chater
Implicit learning and consciousness: An empirical, philosophical and …, 2002
822002
Probabilistic and distributional approaches to language acquisition
M Redington, N Chater
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 1 (7), 273-281, 1997
691997
Acquiring syntactic information from distributional statistics
SP Finch, N Chater, M Redington
Connectionist models of memory and language, 229-242, 1995
321995
Distributional information and the acquisition of linguistic categories: A statistical approach
M Redington, N Chater, S Finch
Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science …, 1993
311993
The universality of simple distributional methods: Identifying syntactic categories in Mandarin Chinese
M Redington, N Chater, CR Huang, LP Chang, S Finch, K Chen
Proceedings of the International Conference on Cognitive Science and Natural …, 1995
221995
Modelling atypical syntax processing
MSC Thomas, M Redington
Proceedings of the Workshop on Psycho-Computational Models of Human Language …, 2004
152004
The guessing game: A paradigm for artificial grammar learning
M Redington, N Chater
Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the cognitive science society …, 1994
151994
Not evidence for separable controlled and automatic influences in artificial grammar learning: Comment on Higham, Vokey, and Pritchard (2000).
M Redington
American Psychological Association 129 (4), 471, 2000
112000
Confidence judgements, performance, and practice, in artificial grammar learning
M Redington, M Friend, N Chater
Proceedings of the eighteenth annual conference of the Cognitive Science …, 1996
71996
The potential contribution of distributional information to early syntactic category acquisition
M Redington, N Chater, S Finch
Unpublished Report, 1994
71994
Computational models of artificial grammar learning
M Redington, N Chater
Unpublished manuscript, 1998
61998
Computational models of artificial grammar learning
M Redington, N Chater
Unpublished manuscript, 1998
61998
Connectionism, theories of learning, and syntax acquisition: where do we stand?
N CHATER, M REDINGTON
Journal of Child Language 26 (1), 217-260, 1999
51999
Randomly changing transfer in artificial grammar learning
M Redington, N Chater
Manuscript submitted for publication, 1996
21996
Confidence judgments, performance, and practice
M Redington, M Friend, N Chater
Artificial Grammar Learning, 1996
11996
Associative learning: A generalization too far
M Redington
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (3), 351, 2002
2002
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