A Model of Lexical Access of Ambiguous Words

Garrison W. Cottrell

Recent psycholinguistic work in the study of lexical access has supported a modular view of the process. That is, lexical access proceeds indepedently of the sentential context. Herein we describe a connectionist model of the process which retains modularity, explains apparent anomalies in the results, and makes empirically verifiable predictions.

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