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Interactions between taxonomic knowledge, categorization, and perception [chapter]

Frédéric Gosselin, Annie Archambault, Philippe G. Schyns
2001 Similarity and Categorization  
This research reported here was funded by ESRC grants R000 222 700 and R000 237 412 to Philippe G. Schyns  ...  Acknowledgements Frédéric Gosselin was supported by scholarships from the Fonds pour la formation de Chercheurs et l'Aide à la Recherche (FCAR) and from the University of Glasgow during this research.  ...  SLIP also allows a more precise study of the interactions between the specific requests of information associated with different categorizations and the perception of the input itself.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198506287.003.0012 fatcat:lu4svrwyavce3ezigijgbrvfpq

Categorization by schema relations and perceptual similarity in 5-year-olds and adults: A study in vision and in audition

Carole Berger, Sophie Donnadieu
2006 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
In Experiment 2 (auditory modality), schema category responses depended on age and were inXuenced by both within-and between-category perceptual similarity relations.  ...  This research explores the way in which young children (5 years of age) and adults use perceptual and conceptual cues for categorizing objects processed by vision or by audition.  ...  While describing the role of slot-Wller categories, Nelson (1983) focused on the relations between event schemas and taxonomic knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2005.10.001 pmid:16330042 fatcat:xml5kmazivbqpbdr27pwzpdagi

Page 3373 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 9 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
(U Glasgow, Dept of Psychology, Glasgow, Scotland) Interactions between taxonomic knowledge, categorization, and perception. [In: (PA Vol 88:26251) Similarity and categorization.  ...  [from the introduction] — In this chapter, the authors unite many of the themes raised in previous chapters, considering the interaction between conceptual categoriza- tion, our knowledge of existing taxonomies  ... 

Color terms and color concepts

Jules Davidoff
2006 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
In their lead articles, both Kowalski and Zimiles (2006) and O'Hanlon and Roberson (2006) declare a general relation between color term knowledge and the ability to conceptually represent color.  ...  The complexities of the interaction are taken up in the current commentary, especially with regard to the neuropsychological evidence.  ...  Acknowledgment The author is supported by an EU Grant (12984), Stages in the Evolution and Development of Sign Use (SEDSU), and by a Leverhulme major research Grant (F/07 605/D).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2006.03.001 pmid:16620866 fatcat:inaa6iuegjf2fohksc2apnmiai

Impact of intuitive theories on feature recruitment throughout the continuum of expertise

Kathy E. Johnson, Carolyn B. Mervis
1998 Memory & Cognition  
The relation of mutual dependence between perceptual learning and theory development throughout the continuum of expertise is considered.  ...  Triad-similarity judgments, feature-salience ratings, and verbal protocols were used to investigate the effects of theories on the recruitment of features across different categorization contexts, as well  ...  There were significant interactions between knowledge group and domain [F(3,40) = 38.372, P < .0001] and between knowledge group and triad type [F(3,40) = 50.755,p < .0001].  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03201148 pmid:9584444 fatcat:pgz3neziafdflhybq2ymgptlyy

The influence of action perception on object recognition: a developmental study

Pierre Mounoud, Katia Duscherer, Guénaël Moy, Sandrine Perraudin
2007 Developmental Science  
Two experiments explored the existence and the development of relations between action representations and object representations.  ...  Implications of these results for the organization and development of conceptual knowledge are discussed.  ...  in collecting and analyzing data.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-7687.2007.00624.x pmid:17973800 fatcat:conve3npyjhfhgk2sny7xzzlfe

Using task context variables for selecting the best timing for interrupting users

Sonja Gievska, John Sibert
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 joint conference on Smart objects and ambient intelligence innovative context-aware services: usages and technologies - sOc-EUSAI '05  
The conceptual framework is based on the new Interruption Taxonomy and uses Bayesian Belief Networks as a decision-support aid.  ...  Domainspecific knowledge, subjective and objective measures gathered during the pilot study, were used to investigate the relevance of each taxonomic factor and to select a suitable way to categorize it  ...  Constructing the BBN-based model The selection and categorization of the taxonomic factors was followed by the phase of constructing the BBN-based model.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1107548.1107593 fatcat:2pbpgbzfifglzn22krl2tnf5ra

Effects of Childhood Hearing Loss on Organization of Semantic Memory: Typicality and Relatedness

Susan Jerger, Markus F. Damian, Nancy Tye-Murray, Meaghan Dougherty, Jyutika Mehta, Melanie Spence
2006 Ear and Hearing  
Some theories distinguish between categorical domains, such as natural kind (biologic; e.g., plants) and artifactual (man-made; e.g., clothing), suggesting differences in domain-specific knowledge and  ...  Overall, results between HI and normative groups exhibited striking similarity.  ...  Searcy, Julie Pressley, and Anastasia Villescas (data collection, analysis, and/or presentation), and Justin Rachels and Anthony Tyler (computer programming).  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.aud.0000240596.56622.0c pmid:17086079 fatcat:saaoxnyjnnb4xcjyjarc24uxzm

The relation between language, culture, and thought

Mutsumi Imai, Junko Kanero, Takahiko Masuda
2016 Current Opinion in Psychology  
, categorization, and knowledge representation [10, 14, 15] , and do not consider how the linguistic categories under investigation are rooted in a broader cultural value system nor do they consider how  ...  The relationship between culture, language, and thought has long been one of the most important topics for those who wish to understand the nature of human cognition [1][2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7][8][9][10  ...  They found that, at a global level, all three groups were similar in preferring thematic over taxonomic relations in forced choice categorization, and in relying on taxonomic rather than thematic relations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.copsyc.2015.10.011 pmid:29506807 fatcat:grjpfvqrqbf5xmcsobi5zlwwci

Page 794 of American Anthropologist Vol. 76, Issue 4 [page]

1974 American Anthropologist  
Geoghegan has developed a theory of information processing which shows how speakers use information about context, knowledge of the social background of their participants, and perception of the environment  ...  794 AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST [76,1974 The differences between folk categorization and technological and scientific categories is illustrated in the work of Eugene Hunn (n.d.) who contrasted the ornithologist  ... 

The Effective Type of Information Categorization in Online Curation Service Depending on Psychological Ownership

Bong-Goon Seo, Do-Hyung Park
2020 Sustainability  
To this end, this study confirmed the interaction effect of category types (goal-derived vs. taxonomic) and the degree of psychological ownership (higher vs. lower).  ...  In this context, there are typical goal-derived and taxonomic categories in the method of structuring information.  ...  The interaction effect between category types and psychological ownership can be seen in the graph below (see Figure 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12083321 doaj:0e28ed8d8d4d474a9cbae245e98de006 fatcat:i7oxfyn5pnhqlo7dvckn4haixm

The Literate Mind and the Universal Human Mind [chapter]

2002 Language, Brain, and Cognitive Development  
We define literacy as the ability to read and write, and education as the whole corpus of knowledge acquired, for a large part, through the exercise of literacy.  ...  Morais and R. Kolinsky What Is Literacy? Literacy is highly correlated with education. However, the two notions are distinct and can be separated empirically.  ...  The apparent discrepancy between these data and Luria's (1976) can be accounted for in two ways: either people who are not stimulated to think categorically lose this knowledge, or they keep taxonomic  ... 
doi:10.7551/mitpress/4108.003.0037 fatcat:tjgvlnowjvffdk6kpr5arp55de

Page 691 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 78, Issue 3 [page]

1991 Psychological Abstracts  
Ss who failed in the critical logical categorization tasks exhibited both taxonomic and slot-filler categorization behavior when (1) given a perceptual vs categorical alternative, (2) objects were des-  ...  —Hypothesized that 96 children (aged 5.3-6.11 yrs) would exhibit categorical behav- ior (in forced-choice/association or sorting of the taxonomic and slot-filler type) and schematic behavior when performing  ... 

Situated simulation in the human conceptual system

Lawrence Barsalou
2003 Language and Cognitive Processes  
Because the conceptual system shares mechanisms with perception and action, it is non-modular.  ...  (modular vs. non-modular), (2) representation (amodal vs. modal), (3) abstraction (decontextualized vs. situated), (4) stability (stable vs. dynamical), and (5) organization (taxonomic vs. action-environment  ...  As Barsalou (1999) notes, simulations provide a powerful interface between cognition and perception.  ... 
doi:10.1080/769813547 fatcat:2zolftb7wrhbfegwkupico3zke

Situated simulation in the human conceptual system

Lawrence Barsalou
2003 Language and Cognitive Processes  
Because the conceptual system shares mechanisms with perception and action, it is non-modular.  ...  (modular vs. non-modular), (2) representation (amodal vs. modal), (3) abstraction (decontextualized vs. situated), (4) stability (stable vs. dynamical), and (5) organization (taxonomic vs. action-environment  ...  As Barsalou (1999) notes, simulations provide a powerful interface between cognition and perception.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01690960344000026 fatcat:t3v4fuaaijbdzjs62mvolzkigy
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