The dual-mechanism model of inflectional morphology: A connectionist critique

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (6):1026-1027 (1999)
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Clahsen has added to the body of evidence that, on average, regular and irregular inflected words behave differently. However, the dual-mechanism account he supports predicts a crisp distinction; the empirical data instead suggest a fuzzy one, more in line with single-mechanism connectionist models.



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