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Cognitive Science 27 (2003) 801805 Letter to the Editor
 

Summary: Cognitive Science 27 (2003) 801805
Letter to the Editor
Lexical effects on compensation for coarticulation:
a tale of two systems?
James S. Magnusona,, Bob McMurrayb,
Michael K. Tanenhausb, Richard N. Aslinb
a
Department of Psychology, Columbia University, 1190 Amsterdam Ave., MC5501, New York, NY 10025, USA
b
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 10025, USA
Received 13 May 2003; received in revised form 3 July 2003; accepted 8 July 2003
Abstract
We reply to McQueen's commentary by comparing the parsimony of his account of relevant data
and the computational model he favors with the explanation and model we favor. His account requires
multiple independent explanations and mechanisms. Ours requires one: lexical feedback.
2003 Cognitive Science Society, Inc. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Lexical effects; Parsimony; Computational model; Language understanding
McQueen's account of lexically-mediated compensation-for-coarticulation (LCfC), in his
commentary on our article (Magnuson, McMurray, Tanenhaus, & Aslin, 2003; MMTA here-
after), requires that data from studies demonstrating LCfC be divided into three sets, each

  

Source: Aslin, Richard N. - Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester

 

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