This textbook provides an introduction and review of connectionist models applied to psychological topics. Chapters include basic reviews of connectionist models, their properties and their attributes. The application of these models to the domains of perception, memory, attention, word processing, higher language processing, and cognitive neuropsychology is then reviewed.
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Basic issues and concepts; models - learning rules and architectures; learning and memory; perception; sequential behaviour, serial order and attention; word recognition and production; modelling cognitive disorders; overview - progress and potential.
Rob Ellis, Glyn W. Humphreys