Caspar Addyman
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TRACX: a recognition-based connectionist framework for sequence segmentation and chunk extraction.
RM French, C Addyman, D Mareschal
Psychological review 118 (4), 614, 2011
The perceptual origins of the abstract same/different concept in human infants
C Addyman, D Mareschal
Animal cognition 13 (6), 817-833, 2010
Computational models of interval timing
C Addyman, RM French, E Thomas
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 8, 140-146, 2016
Computational modeling in cognitive science: A manifesto for change
C Addyman, RM French
Topics in Cognitive Science 4 (3), 332-341, 2012
Social facilitation of laughter and smiles in preschool children
C Addyman, C Fogelquist, L Levakova, S Rees
Frontiers in psychology, 1048, 2018
Mapping the origins of time: scalar errors in infant time estimation.
C Addyman, S Rocha, D Mareschal
Developmental psychology 50 (8), 2030, 2014
The science of baby laughter
C Addyman, I Addyman
Comedy Studies 4 (2), 143-153, 2013
Learning to perceive time: A connectionist, memory-decay model of the development of interval timing in infants
C Addyman, R French, D Mareschal, E Thomas
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 33 (33), 2011
Local Redundancy Governs Infants' Spontaneous Orienting to Visual‐Temporal Sequences
C Addyman, D Mareschal
Child development 84 (4), 1137-1144, 2013
GAMIT-A fading-Gaussian activation model of interval-timing: unifying prospective and retrospective time estimation
RM French, C Addyman, D Mareschal, E Thomas
Timing & Time Perception Reviews 1, 2014
Modelling developmental disorders
MSC Thomas, FD Baughman, T Karaminis, C Addyman
Current issues in developmental disorders, 103-134, 2012
Motor activity improves temporal expectancy
L Fautrelle, D Mareschal, R French, C Addyman, E Thomas
PLoS One 10 (3), e0119187, 2015
Unifying prospective and retrospective interval-time estimation: A fading-Gaussian activation-based model of interval-timing
RM French, C Addyman, D Mareschal, E Thomas
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 126, 141-150, 2014
The laughing baby: the extraordinary science behind what makes babies happy
C Addyman
Unbound Publishing, 2020
GAMIT-Net: Retrospective and prospective interval timing in a single neural network.
C Addyman, D Mareschal
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
Embodiment and the origin of interval timing: kinematic and electromyographic data
C Addyman, S Rocha, L Fautrelle, RM French, E Thomas, D Mareschal
Experimental brain research 235 (3), 923-930, 2017
Researching cognitive development in infancy
C Addyman, L Mason
Practical research with children, 29-49, 2016
Towards human-like artificial intelligence using StarCraft 2
H Siljebråt, C Addyman, A Pickering
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on the Foundations of …, 2018
Help yourself
C Addyman
Createspace, 2013
Rules and similarity in the development of category learning in children and infants
C Addyman
Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Birbeck, University of London, London …, 2009
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