Tony Wright Twright at ACCDVM.ACCD.EDU
Wed Mar 21 19:41:25 UTC 2001

At 08:17 AM 3/21/01 -0500, dan everett wrote:

>     We have a new paper either just out or nearly out in Cognitive
>     Psychology on variables in Hebrew word representation, also arguing
>     that phonological representation is nonconnectionist, symbolic and
>     representational.

What exactly is meant by "nonconnectionist" in this context?  I am familiar
with the concepts of connectionism, but could you expand a bit about
phonological representation being nonconnectionist?  Also, what is the
difference between it being symbolic and being representational?  I am
eager to know more about this line of inquiry, as it sounds very interesting.

--Tony Wright

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