1. What is typicality?
- The set of entities that are members of the concept
- Differences in how well members relate to their category
- The set of attributes that define what it is to be a member of a concept
- Measure of the overlap between members within a category
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2. The concept is represented by multiple examples rather than a single one and examples are actual category members. Which approach is this?
- Logical concept
3. Why does the basic level appear to be special?
- Basic-level is less common in adult discourse than names for superordinate categories
- Children learn basic-level concepts later than other levels
- Quicker to identify basic-level category members as members of a category
- Different cultures tend to use different basic-level categories
4. If both of the attributes specified in the logical relation must be present to be an exemplar, what rule is it?
5. What is the rule when if the first attribute is present then the other must be present?