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Decontextualised data IN, decontextualised theory OUT

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 1999

Benjamin Roberts
Affiliation:
Psychology Department, University of Western Australia, Perth 6907, Australia benjamin,kalish,kim@psy.uwa.edu.au www.psy.uwa.edu.au
Mike Kalish
Affiliation:
Psychology Department, University of Western Australia, Perth 6907, Australia benjamin,kalish,kim@psy.uwa.edu.au www.psy.uwa.edu.au
Kathryn Hird
Affiliation:
School of Speech and Hearing Science, Curtin University of Technology, Perth 6845, Australia thirdkm@alpha1.curtin.edu.au www.curtin.edu.au/curtin/dept/shs
Kim Kirsner
Affiliation:
Psychology Department, University of Western Australia, Perth 6907, Australia benjamin,kalish,kim@psy.uwa.edu.au www.psy.uwa.edu.au

Abstract

We discuss our concerns associated with three assumptions upon which the model of Levelt, Roelofs & Meyer is based: assumed generalisability of decontextualised experimental programs, assumed highly modular architecture of the language production systems, and assumed symbolic computations within the language production system. We suggest that these assumptions are problematic and require further justification.

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© 1999 Cambridge University Press

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