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Publications

Almor, A., de Carvalho Maia, J., Cunha Lima, M. L., Vernice, M., Gelormini-Lezama, C., (2017). Language Processing, Acceptability, and Statistical Distribution: A Study of Null and Overt Subjects in Brazilian Portuguese. Journal of Memory and Language, 92(1), 98-113.

Conder, J., Fridrikson, J. Baylis, G., Smith, C., Boiteau, T. W., Almor, A. (in press). Bilateral parietal contributions to spatial language. Brain and Language.

de Carvalho Maia, J., Vernice, M., Gelormini-Lezama, C.,Cunha Lima, M. L., Almor, A. (in press). Co-referential processing of pronouns and repeated names in Italian. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research.

Shoji, S., Almor, A. Dubinsky, S. (in press). U-shape Effect in Bilingual and Monolingual Anaphor Processing in Japanese. Linguistics Vanguard.

Peters, S. A, & Almor, A. (2016). Creating the Sound of Sarcasm. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. doi: 10.1177/0261927X16653640

Cheng, W. & Almor, (2016). Referent predictability is affected by syntactic structures: Evidence from Chinese. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. doi:10.1007/s10936-016-9430-6

Shoji, S. Dubinsky, S. & Almor A. (2016). The Repeated Name Penalty, the Overt Pronoun Penalty, and topic in Japanese. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 1–18. doi: 10.1007/s10936-016-9424-4

Boiteau, T. W., & Almor, A. (2016). Transitivity, space, & hand: The spatial grounding of syntax. Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12355.

Cheng, W. & Almor, A. (2016). The effect of implicit causality and consequentiality on nonnative pronoun resolution. Applied Psycholinguistics. doi: 10.1017/S0142716416000035

Peters, S., Boiteau, T. W., & Almor, A. (2016). Pronouns, definite references and semantic relations in spoken language comprehension. Frontiers in Psychology. 7. 

Peters, S., Wilson, K., Boiteau, T. W., Gelormini-Lezama, C., & Almor, A. (2016). Do you hear it now? A native advantage for sarcasm processing. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 19(2), 400 - 414.

Cheng, W., Almor, A. (2016). Differences in pronoun comprehension between native and non-native speakers: Evidence from implicit causality/consequentiality verbs. Poster presented at the 29th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Gainsville, FL.

Shoji, S., Dubinsky, S.  & Almor, A. (2016). Topic-hood differently affects processing Japanese repeated names and pronouns. Poster presented at the 29th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Gainsville, FL.

Peters, S. & Almor, A. (2015). The Sound of Sarcasm. Paper presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Hilton Head, SC. Early Career Research Award Finalist

Cheng, W., Almor, A., & Qu, Z. (2015). The effect of lexical and periphrastic causatives on pronoun interpretation: Evidence from Chinese. Poster presented at the 28th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, CA.

Cheng, W., & Almor, A. (2015). Same biases, different grammars: The influence of L1 specific grammar on L2 speakers’ pronoun resolution in discourse. Talk given at the 13th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA), Bloomington, IN.

Cheng, W., Yuan, M., Ferreira, F., & Almor, A. (2015). Referent predictability is affected by the degree of syntax-semantics mismatch. Poster presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), Portland, OR.

Shoji, S., Almor, A. & Dubinsky, S. (2015). Topics and pronouns in Japanese. 2015 Conference On Neural Plasticity and Learning, Columbia, SC.

Peh, A., Bennett, A., Boiteau, T. W. & Almor, A. (2015). Semantic alignment and attentional interference in conversations between friends and strangers. Poster presented at the 28th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, CA.

Boiteau, T. W. & Almor, A. (2015). Transitivity, space, and hand. Poster presented at the 28th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Los Angeles, CA.

Almor, A., Boiteau, T. W, Bennett, A. & Peh, A., (2015). Semantic Alignment Shifts Differently in Conversations with Friends and Strangers. Talk presented at The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago, IL.

Boiteau, T. W, & Almor, A. (2015). Crossed Hands and the Syntax-Space Effect. Poster presented at The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago, IL.

Boiteau, T. W., Bowers, E., Nair, V., & Almor, A. (2014). The neural representation of plural discourse entities. Brain and Language, 137, 130-141.[pdf]

de Carvalho Maia, J., Cunha Lima, M. L., Almor, A., & Gelormini-Lezama, C. (2014). Acceptability, statistical distribution, and non-usage-based mechanisms in processing null pronouns, overt pronouns, and repeated names in Brazilian Portuguese. The 27th CUNY Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbus, OH.

Gelormini-Lezama, C. & Almor, A. (2014). Singlar and plural references in Spanish. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 43(3), 299-313.[pdf]

Boiteau, T. W., Malone, P. S., Peters, S. A., Almor, A. (2014). Interference between conversation and a concurrent visuomotor task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(1), 295-311.[pdf]

Almor, A., Boiteau T. W., Peh, A., & Shebusky, K. (2014). Visuomotor Interference Differences Between Conversations With Friends and Strangers. The 2014 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Long Beach, CA.

Cheng, W., Almor, A. (2014). The effect of implicit verb causality on L2 speakers’ pronoun interpretation. The 33rd Second Language Research Forum, Columbia, SC.

Saveria Colonna, Sarah Schimke, Carlos Gelormini-Lezama, Amit Almor (2014). Resolution of different pronominal forms: French compared to Spanish. AMLaP 2014, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Cheng, W., Yuan M., Ferreira F., Almor, A. (2014). The effect of syntax-semantics mismatch on referent predictability: Evidence from Chinese. The 2014 Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Quebec City, Canada.

de Carvalho Maia, J., Cunha Lima, M. L. Almor, A. & Gelormini Lezama, C. (2014). Acceptability, statistical distribution, and non-usage-based mechanisms in processing null pronouns, overt pronouns, and repeated names in Brazilian Portuguese. . The 27th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbus, OH.

Almor, A., Boiteau, T. W. Nair, V. (2013). The Neural representation of plural discourse entities. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Peters, S., & Almor, A (2013). The effect of sarcasm on homophone ambiguity resolution. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Almor, A., Boiteau, T. W. Nair, V. (2013). The Neural Representation of Plural Discourse Entities. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Peters, S., Boiteau, T. W. Almor, A (2013). The Effect of Sarcasm on Homophone Ambiguity Resolution. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Boiteau, T. W. & Almor, A. (2013). Interaction between Grammatical Role, Space, and Motor Response. Presented at: The 2013 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Shoji, S., Olejarczyk, J. & Almor, A. (2013). Syntactic, Semantic and Discourse Effects on the Comprehension of Scrambled Japanese Sentences by Native English-speaking Learners of Japanese and Native Japanese Speakers. Japan Second Language Acquisition (J-SLA), Tokyo, Japan.

Peters, S., Wilson, K., & Almor, A. (2103). Sarcasm: Do you hear it now? The 26th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

Cunha Lima, M. L.,  Almor, A., Borschevskaya, E., & Boiteau, T. W. (2013). Indefinite NPs introduce new referents but not immediately. The 26th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

Peters, S., Boiteau, T. W., & Almor, A. (2013). Semantic effects on anaphor processing. The 26th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

Boiteau, T. W., & Almor, A. (2013). Grammatical role primes spatial attention. The 26th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

Cheng, W.,  Olejarczyk, J. & Almor, A. (2013). Syntactic prominence in the processing of reference: Does subordination matter? The 26th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia, SC.

Gelormini-Lezama, C., de Carvalho Maia, J., Vernice, M., Cunha Lima, M. L. & Almor, A. (2012). Repeated names, pronouns and null pronouns in Brazilian Portuguese and Italian. The 25th CUNY Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing, New York, NY.

Boiteau, T. W., Malone, P., & Almor, A. (2012). Friend or confederate: Conversation and a concurrent visuomotor task. The 25th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, New York, NY.

Borshchevskaya, E., & Almor, A. (2012). Antecedent topicality affects the processing of both NP anaphors and pronouns. The 25th CUNY Annual conference on Human Sentence Processing, New York, NY.

Boiteau, T. W., & Almor, A. (2012). Singular and plural references to conjoined and non-conjoined antecedents: an fmri study. The 4th Annual Meeting of the Neurobiology of Language Society, San Sebastian, Spain.

Gelormini-Lezama, C. & Almor, A. (2011) Repeated names, overt pronouns and null pronouns in Spanish. Language and Cognitive Processes, 26 (3), 437-454.[pdf]

Almor A., (2011). The brain basis of processing discourse reference. ”Anaphoric Processing” symposium at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse, Poitiers, France.

Almor, A., Harpaz, Y., Goldstein A. (2011). The repeated name penalty in Hebrew using MEG. The 3rd Annual Meeting of the Neurobiology of Language Society, Annapolis, MD.

Almor A., & Boiteau, T. W. (2010). The neural basis of definite reference in discourse – an fMRI study. The 2010 annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS). Montreal, Canada.

Almor A., & Boiteau, T. W. (2010). The neural processing of pronouns, names and definite NP anaphors. The 2010 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. New York, NY.

Gelormini Lezama, C. & Almor, A. (2010). Discourse representation vs. first mention bias in processing null and overt pronouns in Spanish. The 2010 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. New York, NY.

Boiteau, T. W. & Almor A. (2010). Interference between conversation and a concurrent visuomotor task. The 2010 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. New York, NY.

Almor, A., Aronoff, J. M., Macdonald, M. C., Gonnerman, L. M., Kempler, D., Hintiryan, H., Hayes, U. L., Arunachalam, S., and Andersen, E. S. (2009). A common mechanism in verb and noun naming deficits in alzheimer’s patients. Brain and Language, 111(1), 8-19.[pdf]

Almor A., Nair V., May, J., & Boiteau, T. W. (2009). An fMRI investigation of repeated name and definite reference in discourse. The 2009 annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS). San Francisco, CA.

Gelormini Lezama, C. & Almor, A. (2009). Processing contrastive reference in Spanish. The 2009 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. Davis, CA.

Almor A., May, J., & Boiteau, T. W. (2009). An fMRI investigation of working memory involvement in discourse anaphors processing. Neurobiology of Language, Chicago, IL.

Boiteau, T. W. & Almor A. (2009). Interaction between conversation with a remote interlocutor and a visual-motor task. Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Barcelona, Spain.

Hajjar, I., Keown, M., Wright A., Lewis P., Almor, A. (2008). Impact of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and other antihypertensives on cognitive and non-cognitive manifestations of Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, 23 (1), 77-83.[pdf]

Almor, A. (2008). Why does language interfere with vision based tasks? Experimental Psychology. 55 (4), 261-269.[pdf]

Almor, A. & Eimas, P. D. (2008). Focus and noun phrase anaphors in spoken language comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes. 23 (2), 1-25.[pdf]

Gelormini-Lezama, C. & Almor. A. (2008). Repeated names, overt pronouns and null reference in Spanish. The 2008 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. Chapel Hill, NC.

Nair, V. A. Morris, R. K. & Almor. A. (2008). Focus and typicality effects on anaphor resolution: Evidence from eye-tracking. The 2008 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. Chapel Hill, NC.

Smith, A., Bowers, E., Fischer, K., Quattlebaum M., Nair, V. & Almor, A. (2008). Working memory and the repeated name penalty. The 2008 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. Chapel Hill, NC.

Conder, J., Peters, S., Almor, A., Baylis, G. & Fridriksson, J. (2008). Regional brain activation during spatial language processing: an fMRI Study. The 2008 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. Chapel Hill, NC.

May, J, Nair, V., & Almor, A. (2008). A matter of salience: An fMRI study of processing linguistic reference. Presented at: The 2008 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Almor, A., Smith, D. V., Bonilha, L., Fridriksson, J., Rorden, C. (2007). What’s in a name? Spatial brain circuits are used for tracking personal reference during discourse. Neuroreport, 18 (12), 1215-1219.[pdf]

Almor, A. & Nair, V. A. (2007). The form of referential expressions in discourse. Language and Linguistics Compass,1 (1-2), 84–99.[pdf]

Almor, A., Arunachalem, S.,& Strickland, B. (2007). When the creampuff beat the boxer: Cost and function in reading metaphoric reference. Metaphor & Symbol, 22 (2),169-193.[pdf]

Conder, J., Peters, S., Almor, A., Baylis, G., Fridriksson, J. (2007). Regional brain activation during spatial language processing: an fMRI study. Presented at: The Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, November, 2007.

Nair V., Almor. A., & Vendemia, J. M. C. (2007). Event-Related Potential study of anaphoric reference in sentence and discourse. The 2007 Cognitive Neuroscience Conference. New York, NY.

Peters S. A., Almor. A., & Hodges, L. (2007). Pronouns and repeated definite descriptions in spoken language comprehension. The 2007 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. San Diego, CA.

Nair V., Almor. A., & Vendemia J. M. C. (2007). Event-Related Potential study of anaphoric reference in sentence and discourse. The 2007 North Carolina Cognition Conference. Chapel Hill, NC.

Peters S. A., Almor. A., & Hodges, L. (2007). Pronouns and repeated definite descriptions in spoken language comprehension. The 2007 North Carolina Cognition Conference. Chapel Hill, NC.

Aronoff, J. M., Gonnerman, L. M., Almor, A., Arunachalam, S., Kempler, D., Andersen, E. S. (2006). Information content versus relational knowledge: Semantic deficits in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychologia. 44 (1), 21-25.[pdf]

Almor, A. & Phillips, M. (2006). Category NP anaphors in spoken language comprehension. The 2006 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Houston, TX.

Nair, V. & Almor, A. Vendemia J. M. C. (2006). Event-Related Potential study of anaphoric reference in sentence and discourse. The 2006 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Houston, TX.

Almor, A., Nair, V. A., Carnes, T. D., Strickland, W. B., Vaca, R. H., Zaepfel, C., & Hajjar, I. (2006). Semantic category-specific deficits in patients with dementia: A longitudinal study. The Cognitive Aging Conference 2006. Atlanta, GA.

Carnes T. D., Strickland. W. B., Vaca, R. H., Zaepfel, C., Almor, A., Hajjar, I. (2006). Semantic impairments in categorical deficits of Alzheimer’s patients. The 2006 annual meeting of the South East Psychological Association. Atlanta, GA. Winner of Regional Research Award.

Peters S. A., Almor. A. (2006). The repeated name penalty observed in reference to concrete objects. The 2006 annual meeting of the South East Psychological Association. Atlanta, GA.

Nair, V. & Almor, A. (2006). Referential processing in word by word reading. The 2006 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing, New York, NY.

Peters S. A., Almor. A. (2006). The repeated name penalty observed in reference to concrete objects. The 2006 annual CUNY conference on sentence processing. New York, NY.

Almor, A., (2005). Phonological and semantic interference in serial recall: Bringing in the lexicon. Paper presented at the 2005 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Toronto.

Almor, A. (2004). A computational investigation of reference in production and comprehension. In J. C. Trueswell & M. K. Tanenhaus (Eds.), Approaches to studying world-situated language use: Bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions(pp. 285-301). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Almor, A., Arunachalam, S., Setzler, K., Jantz (2004). The Processing of metaphorical anaphors in reading. Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Minneapolis.

Gonnerman, L. M., Aronoff, J. M., Almor, A., Kempler, D., & Andersen, E. S. (2004). From beetle to bug: Progression of error types in naming in Alzheimer’s disease. In K. Forbus, D. Gentner, & T. Regier (eds.) Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 1563.

Almor, A. (2003). Specialized behavior without specialized modules: The massive adaptability hypothesis. In D. E. Over (Ed.), Evolution & the Psychology of Thinking: The Debate(pp. 101-120). New York, US: Psychology Press.

Aronoff, J., Gonnerman, L., Andersen, E.S., Kempler, D., Almor, A. (2003). Implications of distributed representations for semantic processing: Evidence from Alzheimer’s disease. In: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 97-102. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Almor, A. (2002). Past tense learning. In The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Second edition, (M.A. Arbib, Ed.), pp. 848-851, Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Almor, A., Andersen, E.S., Kempler, D., MacDonald, M.C., Hayes, U.L., & Hintiryan, H. (2002). Lexical biases and discourse constraints in language production and comprehension. Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Psychonomics Society Meeting, Kansas City.

Almor, A., Kempler, D., Andersen, E.S., MacDonald, M.C., Hayes, U.L., & Hintiryan, H. (2002). The production of regularly and irregularly inflected nouns and verbs in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s patients. Paper presented at the 2002 Academy of Aphasia Meeting, New York City.

Almor, A., Andersen, E.S., Kempler, D., MacDonald, M.C., Hayes, U.L., & Hintiryan, H. (2002). Verb bias and memory constraints in language production. Paper presented at the 2002 Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta.

Almor, A., Andersen, E.S., Kempler, D., MacDonald, M.C., Hayes, U.L., & Hintiryan, H. (2002). Verb bias and memory constraints in language production. Poster presented at the 2002 Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, San Francisco.

Almor, A., MacDonald, M. C., Kempler, D., Andersen, E. S., & Tyler, L. K. (2001). Comprehension of long distance number agreement in probable Alzheimer’s disease. Language & Cognitive Processes, 16(1), 35-63.[pdf]

MacDonald, M. C., Almor, A., Henderson, V. W., Kempler, D., & Andersen, E. S. (2001). Assessing working memory and language comprehension in Alzheimer’s disease. Brain and Language, 78(1), 17-42.[pdf]

Almor, A. (2001). A computational investigation of reference in production and comprehension. Poster presented at the fourteenth annual CUNY conference on human sentence processing. Philadelphia, PA.

Almor, A. (2000). Constraints and mechanisms in theories anaphor of processing. In M. W. Crocker, M. Pickering & C. Clifton (Eds.), Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing(pp. 341-354). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Almor A. & Sloman, S. A. (2000). Reasoning versus memory in the Wason selection task – A nondeontic perspective on perspective effects. Memory and Cognition, 28, 1060-1069.[pdf]

Almor, A. (2000). Specialized behavior without specialized modules. Invited paper presented at Thinking 2000, the Fourth International Conference on Thinking. Durham, U.K.

Long, C., and Almor, A. (2000). Irregularization: The Interaction of item frequency and phonological interference in regular past tense production. In: the proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of the cognitive science society. 310-315 Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Almor, A., MacDonald, M., Kempler, D., Andersen, E. and Tyler, L. (2000). Working memory and the comprehension of long distance dependencies in sentences and discourse. Paper presented at the thirteenth annual CUNY conference on human sentence processing. San Diego, CA.

MacDonald, M.C., Almor, A., Henderson, V.W., Kempler, D., & Andersen, E.S. (2000). Assessing working memory and language in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Poster presented at the McDonnell-Pew Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting. Durham, NC.

Almor, A. & Eimas, P. (2000). The time course of focus effects in spoken sentence comprehension. Poster presented at the thirteenth annual CUNY conference on human sentence processing. San Diego, CA.

Almor, A. (1999). Noun-phrase anaphora and focus: The informational load hypothesis. Psychological Review,106,748-765.[pdf]

Almor, A., Kempler, D., MacDonald, M. C., Andersen, E. S., & Tyler, L. K. (1999). Why do Alzheimer patients have difficulty with pronouns? Working memory, semantics, and reference in comprehension and production in Alzheimer’s disease. Brain and Language, 67(3), 202-227.[pdf]

Kempler, D., Almor, A., MacDonald, M. C., & Andersen, E. S. (1999). Working with limited memory: Sentence comprehension in Alzheimer’s disease. In S. Kemper & R. Kliegl (Eds.), Constraints on Language: Aging, Grammar, and Memory (pp. 227-248). Boston, US.: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Kempler, D., Almor, A., Tyler, L. K., Andersen, E. S., & MacDonald, M. C. (1998). Sentence comprehension deficits in Alzheimer’s disease: A comparison of off-line vs. on-line sentence processing. Brain and Language, 64(3), 297-316.[pdf]

Kempler, D., Almor, A., and MacDonald, M. (1998). Teasing apart the contribution of memory and language impairments in Alzheimer’s disease: An on-line study of sentence comprehension. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7, 61-67.

Almor, A., MacDonald, M., Kempler, D., Andersen, E. and Tyler, L. (1998). Processing sentences and discourse in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease. Cognitive Neuroscience society annual meeting program 1999. A supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 52.

Almor, A., & Sloman, S. A. (1996). Is deontic reasoning special? Psychological Review, 103, 374-380.[pdf]

MacDonald, M., Almor, A., Kempler, D., Andersen, E., and Tyler, L. (1996). Sentence comprehension impairments in Alzheimer’s disease: Semantic, syntactic or memory problem? Brain and Language, 55, 78-81.

Almor, A. (1996). A functional theory of NP anaphor processing. Poster presented at the ninth annual CUNY conference on human sentence processing. New York, NY.

Almor, A. (1995). The discourse function of NP anaphors. Paper presented at the AMLaP-95 Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing conference. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Almor, A., & Rindner, M. (1994). On the proper treatment of symbolism — a lesson from linguistics. In: M. Mozer, P. Smolenskey, D. Touretzkey, J. Elman, & A Weigand (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1993 Connectionist Models Summer School. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Almor, A. (1992). A grounded mental model of physical systems: A modular connectionist approach. In: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Almor, A. (1992). A grounded modular architecture for cognitive models – what symbols need and what are they needed for. In: AAAI-92: Workshop notes – Integrating Neural and Symbolic Processes – the Cognitive Dimension.

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