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Morten H. Christiansen

Statistical Learning Research: A Critical Review and Possible New Directions

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Statistical Learning Research : A Critical Review and Possible New Directions. / Frost, Ram; Armstrong, Blair C.; Christiansen, Morten H.

I: Psychological Bulletin, Bind 145, Nr. 12, 2019, s. 1128-1153.

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Frost, R, Armstrong, BC & Christiansen, MH 2019, 'Statistical Learning Research: A Critical Review and Possible New Directions', Psychological Bulletin, bind 145, nr. 12, s. 1128-1153. https://doi.org/10.1037/bul0000210

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Frost, Ram ; Armstrong, Blair C. ; Christiansen, Morten H. / Statistical Learning Research : A Critical Review and Possible New Directions. I: Psychological Bulletin. 2019 ; Bind 145, Nr. 12. s. 1128-1153.

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abstract = "Statistical learning (SL) is involved in a wide range of basic and higher-order cognitive functions and is taken to be an important building block of virtually all current theories of information processing. In the last 2 decades, a large and continuously growing research community has therefore focused on the ability to extract embedded patterns of regularity in time and space. This work has mostly focused on transitional probabilities, in vision, audition, by newborns, children, adults, in normal developing and clinical populations. Here we appraise this research approach and we critically assess what it has achieved. what it has not, and why it is so. We then center on present SL research to examine whether it has adopted novel perspectives. These discussions lead us to outline possible blueprints for a novel research agenda.",
keywords = "statistical learning, distributional properties, information processing, language, memory, NONADJACENT DEPENDENCIES, SELECTIVE-ATTENTION, OBJECT REPRESENTATIONS, LANGUAGE-ACQUISITION, WORD SEGMENTATION, IMMEDIATE MEMORY, SPEECH STREAM, LONG-TERM, REGULARITIES, KNOWLEDGE",
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journal = "Psychological Bulletin",
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KW - distributional properties

KW - information processing

KW - language

KW - memory

KW - NONADJACENT DEPENDENCIES

KW - SELECTIVE-ATTENTION

KW - OBJECT REPRESENTATIONS

KW - LANGUAGE-ACQUISITION

KW - WORD SEGMENTATION

KW - IMMEDIATE MEMORY

KW - SPEECH STREAM

KW - LONG-TERM

KW - REGULARITIES

KW - KNOWLEDGE

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