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Measuring gradience in speakers’ grammaticality judgements

Jey Han Lau | 23 July 2014 | Comput./Corpus Linguistics | Conference paper/presentation

The question of whether grammaticality is a binary categorical or a gradient property has been the subject of ongoing debate in linguistics and psychology for many years. Linguists have tended to use constructed examples to test speakers’ judge- ment ...

Stimulus fear-relevance and the vicarious learning pathway to childhood fears

Chris Askew | 03 June 2014 | Psychology | Journal article

Enhanced fear learning for fear-relevant stimuli has been demonstrated in procedures with adults in the laboratory. Three experiments investigated the effect of stimulus fear-relevance on vicarious fear learning in children (aged 6–11 years). Picture ...

Intuition in mathematical and probabilistic reasoning.

Kinga Morsanyi | 01 May 2014 | Book chapter

Many people have a fragmented knowledge and understanding of the rules of mathematics and probability. As a consequence, they struggle with selecting the appropriate strategies to solve problems, and they often rely on intuitive solutions instead of ...

Findings

Josephine Guiver | 30 April 2014 | Environmental Planning | Dissemination / Communication

Seminar at the end of the project to disseminate findings and good practice

A probabilistic rich type theory for semantic interpretation

Robin Cooper | 27 April 2014 | Comput./Corpus Linguistics | Conference paper/presentation

We propose a probabilistic type theory in which a situation s is judged to be of a type t with probability p. In addition to basic and functional types it includes, inter alia, record types and a notion of typing based on them. The type system is int ...

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