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I argue that cue integration, a psychophysiological mechanism from vision and multisensory perception, offers a computational linking hypothesis between psycholinguistic theory and neurobiological models of language. I propose that this mechanism, which incorporates probabilistic estimates of a cue’s reliability, might function in language processing from the perception of a phoneme to the comprehension of a phrase structure. I briefly consider the implications of the cue integration hypothesis for an integrated theory of language that includes acquisition, production, dialogue and bilingualism, while grounding the hypothesis in canonical neural computation.
|Journal||Frontiers in Psychology|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2016|
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Brain-to-brain coupling during dialogue: What sentence fragments can reveal about'joint' mental representations.
Martin, A. E.
1/10/13 → 30/09/17