On the psychological reality of parallel relational architectures: Whose knowledge system is it anyway?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):833-834 (1998)

We argue that Halford et al.'s characterisation of relational complexity offers an unadaptive principle in terms of cognitive economy, that its relation with the empirical evidence is highly selective, and that the task behaviours used in support of a multivector processing space are better described by linear serial processes which do not require n-dimensional mappings for their emergence.
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