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Title: Categorization, recognition, and unsupervised learning
Other Titles: Memory and mind : a festschrift for Gordon H. Bower
Authors: Heit, Evan
Brockdorff, Noellie
Lamberts, Koen
Keywords: Memory
Perception -- Physiological aspects
Recognition (Psychology)
Pattern recognition systems
False memory syndrome
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Psychology Press
Citation: Heit, E., Brockdorff, N., & Lamberts, K. (2008). Categorization, recognition, and unsupervised learning. In M. A. Gluck, J. R. Anderson, & S. M. Kosslyn (Eds.), Memory and mind: a festschrift for Gordon H. Bower, (pp. 327-394). East Sussex: Psychology Press.
Abstract: In this chapter, we review several strands of research that share one common theme: the close conceptual and empirical links between categorization and recognition memory. We demonstrate that these links are strong, and often surprising. We explore the relation between recognition and unsupervised learning, and we investigate how perceptual processes can provide a unifying link between categorization and recognition.
ISBN: 1136679006
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