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New York: Academic Press. Barrett, S. Theory-based correlations and their role in children's concepts. Child Development, 64, Gerrig, R. Contextual influences on the comprehension of complex concepts. Garnham Eds. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
A rational theory of concepts. Nakamura, R. Medin Eds. Theories and concept formation.
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Van Mechelen, J. Hampton, R. Theuns Eds. The conceptual basis of antonymy and synonymy in adjectives. Journal of Memory and Language, 32, Metaphoric reference: When metaphors are not as easily understood as literal expressions. Shapiro, A. L Can you answer a question for me? Models of processing indirect speech acts. Language and Cognitive Processes, 7, Comprehension and memory for personal reference: The use of social information in language processing. Discourse Processes, 15, Springer, K.
Feature availability in conceptual combination. Psychological Science, 3, Meaning and concepts. Schwanenflugel Ed.
Parts in object concepts: Experiments with artificial categories. More on parts in object concepts: Response to Tversky and Hemenway. Morris, M. Converging operations on a basic level in event taxonomies. Interpretation of verb-phrase anaphora: Influences of task and syntactic context. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 42A, Noun phrase interpretation and conceptual combination. Journal of Memory and Language, 29, The psycholinguistics of discourse comprehension.
Brownell Eds. New York: Springer-Verlag. Categorizing objects in isolation and in scenes: What a superordinate is good for. Feature correlations in conceptual representations. Tiberghien Ed. Chichester: Ellis Horwood. Wisniewski, E. Superordinate and basic category names in discourse: A textual analysis. Discourse Processes, 12, Comprehending complex concepts. Cognitive Science, 12, Personal reference in English. Language in Society, 17, Anderson, J. Concepts in a distributed system.
Szu Ed. SPIE vol. Concepts in connectionist models. Denker Ed. New York: American Institute of Physics. The psychology of concepts in a parallel system. Physica, 22D, Processes of anaphoric understanding. Journal of Memory and Language, 24, Psychological explanations of deep and surface anaphora. Journal of Pragmatics, 9, Category differentiation in object recognition: Typicality constraints on the basic category advantage. The role of theories in conceptual coherence.