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SIMILARITY JUDGMENTS
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  1. Similarity judgments are particularly prone to strategic cognitive processing of this sort (Goldstone, 1994-b).

Similarity Judgments

  1. Results are discussed in terms of the differences between requirements of categorization and similarity judgments.
  2. Participants categorized stimuli on the basis of a necessary feature, whereas their similarity judgments relied on characteristic features.
  3. Thus, in Experiment 1, subjects categorized objects either without any prior experience or after 1h of similarity judgments.
  4. Taylor, M.G., and Gelman, S.A. (1993). Children’s gender- and age-based categorization in similarity judgments and induction tasks.
  5. Markman, A. B., & Gentner, D. (1991). Commonalities, differences and the alignment of conceptual frames during similarity judgments.

Features

  1. Results are discussed in terms of the differences between requirements of categorization and similarity judgments.
  2. Thus, in Experiment 1, subjects categorized objects either without any prior experience or after 1h of similarity judgments.
  3. Dissociations between categorization and similarity judgments as a result of learning feature distributions.
  4. Even dimensions that are perceptually separable are treated as fused in similarity judgments (Smith & Kemler, 1978).
  5. Tversky (1977) argued that features that are diagnostic for relevant classifications will have disproportionate influence on similarity judgments.

Stimuli

  1. Figure 3. Sample stimuli from Goldstone, Medin, and Halberstadt (1995), demonstrating nonmonotonicities in similarity judgments.
  2. Wedell, D. (1994). Context effects on similarity judgments of multidimensional stimuli: Inferring the structure of the emotion space.
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