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Newhall (1993) proposed that constraint satisfaction connectionist models can account for four principles of coherence that underlie social explanation. However, it is argued that the specific implementation they used (ECHO; P. Thagard, 1992 ) has several important shortcomings. ECHO fails to be sensitive to covariation that is crucial to causality, it does not learn from experience, and it cannot deal efficiently with conjunctions of explanations. To remedy these shortcomings, the authordoi:10.1037//0022-35184.108.40.2062 fatcat:2g7whkta5bb2lnf4fjhcpyctii