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Why Merge really is automomous and parsimonious
McQueen, J.M., Cutler, A. & NORRIS, D.
Proceedings of the Spoken Word Access Processes Conference, Neimegen, May 2000, 47-50
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We briefly describe the Merge model of phonemic decision making, and, in the light of general arguments about the possible role of feedback in spoken word recognition, defend Merge's feedforward structure. Merge not only adequately accounts for the data, withour invoking feedback connections, but does so in a parsimonious manner.