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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
This paper attempts to draw a bridge between psychophys-ics and memory research by proposing a memory-based model of category rating. The model is based on the cogni-tive architecture ACT-R and uses anchors stored in memory that serve as prototypes for the stimuli classified within a response category. The anchors are retrieved by a partial matching mechanism and updated dynamically by an in-cremental learning mechanism. Anchors also have base-level activations that reflect the frequency andfatcat:e5dsxslolvarnip36jnv2bs6pu