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When and how do children develop knowledge of verb argument structure? Evidence from verb bias effects in a structural priming task
M Peter, F Chang, JM Pine, R Blything, CF Rowland
Journal of Memory and Language 81, 1-15, 2015
1522015
Deep problems with neural network models of human vision
JS Bowers, G Malhotra, M Dujmović, ML Montero, C Tsvetkov, V Biscione, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46, e385, 2023
992023
Children use statistics and semantics in the retreat from overgeneralization
RP Blything, B Ambridge, EVM Lieven
PloS one 9 (10), e110009, 2014
312014
Children's acquisition of the English past‐tense: Evidence for a single‐route account from novel verb production data
RP Blything, B Ambridge, EVM Lieven
Cognitive Science 42, 621-639, 2018
262018
A connectionist model of the retreat from verb argument structure overgeneralization
B Ambridge, RP Blything
Journal of child language 43 (6), 1245-1276, 2016
262016
Are there any ‘object detectors’ in the hidden layers of CNNs trained to identify objects or scenes?
EM Gale, N Martin, R Blything, A Nguyen, JS Bowers
Vision Research 176, 60-71, 2020
172020
The human visual system and CNNs can both support robust online translation tolerance following extreme displacements
R Blything, V Biscione, II Vankov, CJH Ludwig, JS Bowers
Journal of Vision 21 (2), 9-9, 2021
112021
Selectivity metrics provide misleading estimates of the selectivity of single units in neural networks
EM Gale, R Blything, ND Martin, JS Bowers, A Nguyen
Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society, 1808-1814, 2019
52019
A case for robust translation tolerance in humans and CNNs. A commentary on Han et al
R Blything, V Biscione, J Bowers
arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.05950, 2020
32020
Extreme on-line translation tolerance in human and machine object recognition
R Blything, V Biscione, II Vankov, CJH Ludwig, JS Bowers
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.12855 9, 2020
32020
Frequency sensitivity of neural responses to English verb argument structure violations
J Sassenhagen, R Blything, EVM Lieven, B Ambridge
Collabra: Psychology 4 (1), 38, 2018
32018
Does that sound right? A novel method of evaluating models of reading aloud: Rating nonword pronunciations
M Gubian, R Blything, CJ Davis, JS Bowers
Behavior research methods 55 (3), 1314-1331, 2023
22023
Extreme translation tolerance in humans and machines
R Blything, I Vankov, C Ludwig, J Bowers
Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience, 2019
22019
Using Production and Online Sentence-Processing Paradigms to Investigate Young Children's Restriction of Linguistic Generalizations
R Blything
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2017
12017
Clarifying status of DNNs as models of human vision
JS Bowers, G Malhotra, M Dujmović, ML Montero, C Tsvetkov, V Biscione, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46, 2023
2023
Disagreement and confusion over the status of DNNs as models of vision
JS Bowers, G Malhotra, M Dujmović, M Montero, C Tsvetkov, G Puebla, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
2023
Does that sound right? A novel method of evaluating models of reading aloud
M Gubian, R Blything, CJ Davis, JS Bowers
2022
The human visual system and
R Blything, V Biscione, II Vankov, CJH Ludwig, JS Bowers
2021
Translation Tolerance in Vision
R Blything, I Vankov, CJH Ludwig, JS Bowers
Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society, 1416, 2019
2019
Selectivity metrics can overestimate the selectivity of units: a case study on AlexNet
EM Gale, A Nguyen, R Blything, N Martin, JS Bowers
2018
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