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Abu-Bakar, M; Chater, N; (1995) Time-warping tasks and recurrent neural nets. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 269-289). UCL Press: London.

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BULLINARIA, JA; CHATER, N; (1995) CONNECTIONIST MODELING - IMPLICATIONS FOR COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY. LANG COGNITIVE PROC , 10 (3-4) 227 - 264.

Bolger, F; Harvey, N; (1995) Judging the probability that the next point in an observed time series will be below, or above, a given value. Journal of Forecasting , 14 (7) pp. 597-607.

Bolger, F; Harvey, N; (1995) Rationality of expectations in judgmental extrapolation of time series. In: Caverni, J-P and Bar-Hillel, M and Baron, FH and Jungermann, H, (eds.) Contributions to decision making. (pp. 113-126). Elsevier Science (North Holland): Amsterdam.

Bullinaria, JA; Chater, N; (1995) Connectionist modelling: Implications for neuropsychology. Language and Cognitive Processes , 10 pp. 227-264.

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Chater, N; (1995) Neural networks: The new statistical models of mind. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 207-227). UCL Press: London.

Chater, N; Christiansen, M; (1995) The connectionist psycholinguistics of speech processing. In: Arbib, M, (ed.) Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks.

Christiansen, M; Chater, N; (1995) Constituency and recursion in connectionist networks. In: Arbib, M, (ed.) Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks.

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Dickinson, A; Shanks, D; (1995) Instrumental action and causal representation. In: Sperber, D and Premack, D and Premack, AJ, (eds.) CAUSAL COGNITION. (pp. 5 - 25). OXFORD UNIV PRESS

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Evans, JSBT; Harries, C; Dennis, I; Dean, J; (1995) General Practitioners' tacit and stated policies in the prescription of lipid lowering drugs. British Journal of General Practice , 45 pp. 15-18.

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FLEET, DJ; LANGLEY, K; (1995) RECURSIVE FILTERS FOR OPTICAL-FLOW. IEEE T PATTERN ANAL , 17 (1) 61 - 67.

Finch, S; Chater, N; Redington, M; (1995) Acquiring syntactic information from distributional statistics. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 229-242). UCL Press: London.

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Green, D; Muckli, L; McClelland, AGR; (1995) Argument and decision. In: (Proceedings) Meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, Bristol.. (pp. 42-).

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HARVEY, N; (1995) BIAS, OR RANDOM ERROR. PSYCHOLOGIST , 8 (9) 394 - 394.

HOWELL, P; AUYEUNG, J; (1995) THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN STUTTERING, BROWN FACTORS, AND PHONOLOGICAL CATEGORIES IN CHILD STUTTERERS RANGING IN AGE BETWEEN 2 AND 12 YEARS. J FLUENCY DISORD , 20 (4) 331 - 344.

HOWELL, P; AUYEUNG, J; (1995) SYNTACTIC DETERMINANTS OF STUTTERING IN THE SPONTANEOUS SPEECH OF NORMALLY FLUENT AND STUTTERING CHILDREN. J FLUENCY DISORD , 20 (4) 317 - 330.

Harvey, N; (1995) Why are judgments less consistent in less predictable task situations? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes , 63 (3) pp. 247-263.

Howell, P; (1995) The Acoustic properties of Stuttered Speech. In: Starkweather, CW and Peters, HFM, (eds.) Proceedings of the First World Congress on FLuency Disorders. (pp. 48-50). Nijmegen University Press: Nijmegen.

Howell, P; Sackin, S; (1995) Automatic Recognition of Repetitions and Prolongations in Stuttered Speech. In: Starkweather, CW and Peters, HFM, (eds.) Proceedings of the First World Congress on Fluency Disorders. (pp. 372-374). Nijmegen University Press: Nijmegen.

Howell, P; Sackin, S; Cowan, J; (1995) The Relationship of Speech Measures to Attitude Scores and Points of Loss of Control in Stutterer's Speech. In: Starkweather, CW, (ed.) Proceedings of the First World Congress on Fluency Disorders. (pp. 137-139). Nijmegen University Press: Nijmegen.

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JEFFERY, KJ; (1995) PARADOXICAL ENHANCEMENT OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN POOR-LEARNING RATS AT LOW TEST STIMULUS INTENSITIES. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH , 104 (1) pp. 55-69.

JEFFERY, KJ; DONNETT, JG; OKEEFE, J; (1995) MEDIAL SEPTAL CONTROL OF THETA-CORRELATED UNIT FIRING IN THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX OF AWAKE RATS. NEUROREPORT , 6 (16) pp. 2166-2170. 10.1097/00001756-199511000-00017.

Jeffery, KJ; Bannerman, DM; Morris, RGM; (1995) Attempting to bridge the gap between synaptic plasticity and learning. In: Elsner, N and Menzel, R, (eds.) (Proceedings) 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference. Thieme Verlag: Stuttgart.

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LANGLEY, K; FLEET, DJ; (1995) A MODEL FOR COHERENT AND MULTIPLICATIVELY TRANSPARENT PLAIDS. INVEST OPHTH VIS SCI , 36 (4) S1048 - S1048.

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McClelland, AGR; (1995) Averaging subjective probability judgments. Symposium on overconfidence in probability judgments,. In: (Proceedings) 15th Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision-Making Conference, Jerusalem, Israel..

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OAKSFORD, M; CHATER, N; (1995) INFORMATION GAIN EXPLAINS RELEVANCE WHICH EXPLAINS THE SELECTION TASK. COGNITION , 57 (1) 97 - 108.

Oaksford, M; Chater, N; (1995) Theories of reasoning and the computational explanation of everyday inference. Thinking and Reasoning , 1 pp. 121-152.

Oaksford, M; Chater, N; (1995) Two and three stage models of deontic reasoning. Thinking and Reasoning , 1 pp. 350-357.

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PICKERING, M; CHATER, N; (1995) WHY COGNITIVE SCIENCE IS NOT FORMALIZED FOLK PSYCHOLOGY. MIND MACH , 5 (3) 309 - 337.

PINCUS, T; PEARCE, S; MCCLELLAND, A; ISENBERG, D; (1995) ENDORSEMENT AND MEMORY BIAS OF SELF-REFERENTIAL PAIN STIMULI IN DEPRESSED PAIN PATIENTS. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY , 34 pp. 267-277. 10.1111/j.2044-8260.1995.tb01461.x.

Pincus, T; Pearce, S; McClelland, A; Isenberg, D; (1995) Endorsement and memory bias for pain stimuli in pain patients. British Journal of Clinical Psychology , 34 pp. 267-277.

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Reddington, M; Chater, N; Huang, C; Chang, LP; Finch, S; Chen, K; (1995) The universal of simple distributional methods: Identifying syntactic categories in Chinese. In Proceedings of the Cognitive Science of Natural Language Processing, Dublin,1995.In<i>Proceedings of the Cognitive Science of Natural Language Processing, Dub. Proceedings of the Cognitive Science of Natural Language Processing

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SCHLOTTMANN, A; ANDERSON, NH; (1995) BELIEF REVISION IN CHILDREN - SERIAL JUDGMENT IN SOCIAL COGNITION AND DECISION-MAKING DOMAINS. J EXP PSYCHOL LEARN , 21 (5) 1349 - 1364.

SHANKS, D; (1995) IMPLICIT LEARNING - THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL ISSUES - BERRY,DC, DIENES,Z. Q J EXP PSYCHOL-A , 48 (1) 249 - 253.

SHANKS, D; (1995) IMPLICIT LEARNING AND TACIT KNOWLEDGE - AN ESSAY ON THE COGNITIVE UNCONSCIOUS - REBER,A. Q J EXP PSYCHOL-A , 48 (1) 249 - 253.

SHANKS, DR; (1995) IS HUMAN LEARNING RATIONAL. Q J EXP PSYCHOL-A , 48 (2) 257 - 279.

SHILLCOCK, R; CAIRNS, P; LEVY, J; CHATER, N; (1995) CONNECTIONIST MODELING OF IMPAIRMENT. BRAIN COGNITION , 28 (1) 122 - 123.

Shillock, RC; Hicks, J; Cairns, P; Chater, N; Levy, JP; (1995) Phonological reduction, assimilation, intra-word information structure, and the evolution of the lexicon of English: Why fast speech isn't confusing. In <i>Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.</i>. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Anual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society pp. 233-238.

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VIGLIOCCO, G; BUTTERWORTH, B; SEMENZA, C; (1995) CONSTRUCTING SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT IN SPEECH - THE ROLE OF SEMANTIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL FACTORS. J MEM LANG , 34 (2) 186 - 215.

Vigliocco, G; Antonini, T; Silverberg, N; Garrett, M; (1995) retrieval of syntactic information during the tip-of-the-tongue state and anomia. Brain and Language pp. 31-34.

Vigliocco, G; Butterworth, B; Semenza, C; (1995) Computing Subject Verb agreement in speech: The role of semantic and morphological information. Journal of Memory and Language pp. 186-215.

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