David C. Plaut
David C. Plaut
Professor of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
Verified email at cmu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Understanding normal and impaired word reading: computational principles in quasi-regular domains.
DC Plaut, JL McClelland, MS Seidenberg, K Patterson
Psychological review 103 (1), 56, 1996
33681996
Deep dyslexia: A case study of connectionist neuropsychology
DC Plaut, T Shallice
Cognitive neuropsychology 10 (5), 377-500, 1993
10411993
SD-squared: on the association between semantic dementia and surface dyslexia.
AM Woollams, MAL Ralph, DC Plaut, K Patterson
Psychological review 114 (2), 316, 2007
4612007
Experiments on Learning by Back Propagation.
DC Plaut
4611986
Individual and developmental differences in semantic priming: empirical and computational support for a single-mechanism account of lexical processing.
DC Plaut, JR Booth
Psychological review 107 (4), 786, 2000
4592000
Doing without schema hierarchies: a recurrent connectionist approach to normal and impaired routine sequential action.
M Botvinick, DC Plaut
Psychological review 111 (2), 395, 2004
4082004
Are non-semantic morphological effects incompatible with a distributed connectionist approach to lexical processing?
DC Plaut, LM Gonnerman
Language and Cognitive Processes 15 (4-5), 445-485, 2000
3982000
Double dissociation without modularity: Evidence from connectionist neuropsychology
DC Plaut
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 17 (2), 291-321, 1995
3961995
Structure and function in the lexical system: Insights from distributed models of word reading and lexical decision
DC Plaut
Language and cognitive processes 12 (5-6), 765-806, 1997
3781997
Short-term memory for serial order: a recurrent neural network model.
MM Botvinick, DC Plaut
Psychological review 113 (2), 201, 2006
3342006
Letting structure emerge: connectionist and dynamical systems approaches to cognition
JL McClelland, MM Botvinick, DC Noelle, DC Plaut, TT Rogers, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (8), 348-356, 2010
3262010
Language acquisition in the absence of explicit negative evidence: How important is starting small?
DLT Rohde, DC Plaut
Cognition 72 (1), 67-109, 1999
2861999
Semantic and associative priming in a distributed attractor network
DC Plaut
Proceedings of the 17th annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 1995
2751995
The emergence of phonology from the interplay of speech comprehension and production: A distributed connectionist approach
DC Plaut, CT Kello
The emergence of language, 381-415, 1999
2701999
Relearning after damage in connectionist networks: Toward a theory of rehabilitation
DC Plaut
Brain and language 52 (1), 25-82, 1996
2411996
Unraveling the distributed neural code of facial identity through spatiotemporal pattern analysis
A Nestor, DC Plaut, M Behrmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (24), 9998-10003, 2011
2292011
Graded modality-specific specialisation in semantics: A computational account of optic aphasia
DC Plaut
Cognitive Neuropsychology 19 (7), 603-639, 2002
2122002
Distributed circuits, not circumscribed centers, mediate visual recognition
M Behrmann, DC Plaut
Trends in cognitive sciences 17 (5), 210-219, 2013
2042013
A literature review and new data supporting an interactive account of letter-by-letter reading
M Behrmann, DC Plaut, J Nelson
Cognitive Neuropsychology 15 (1-2), 7-51, 1998
1921998
Does generalization in infant learning implicate abstract algebra-like rules?
JL McClelland, DC Plaut
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 3 (5), 166-168, 1999
1871999
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