James Lloyd "Jay" McClelland (born December 1, 1948) is the Lucie Stern Professor at Stanford University, where he was formerly the chair of the Psychology Department. He is best known for his work on statistical learning and Parallel Distributed Processing, applying connectionist models (or neural networks) to explain cognitive phenomena such as spoken word recognition and visual word recognition. McClelland is to a large extent responsible for the large increase in scientific interest for connectionism in the 1980s.

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  • James Lloyd "Jay" McClelland (born December 1, 1948) is the Lucie Stern Professor at Stanford University, where he was formerly the chair of the Psychology Department. He is best known for his work on statistical learning and Parallel Distributed Processing, applying connectionist models (or neural networks) to explain cognitive phenomena such as spoken word recognition and visual word recognition. McClelland is to a large extent responsible for the large increase in scientific interest for connectionism in the 1980s. (en)
  • James Lloyd „Jay“ McClelland (* 1. Dezember 1948 in Cambridge (Massachusetts)) ist ein US-amerikanischer Psychologe, der in den 1980er Jahren eine treibende Kraft in den Kognitionswissenschaften war (Konnektionismus, Parallel Distributed Processing). (de)
  • ジェームズ・マクレランド(James L. McClelland, 1948年12月1日 - )は、アメリカの認知心理学者でニューラルネットワークの研究者。 パーセプトロンにバックプロパゲーションという方法を取り入れ、デビッド・ラメルハートらとともに並列分散処理(PDP)モデルを提唱した。 (ja)
  • Si laureò in psicologia cognitiva nel 1975. Oggi è noto il suo lavoro riguardante il trattamento parallelamente distribuito, applicato ai modelli di connessionismo o neural networks per spiegare il fenomeno cognitivo come il riconoscimento delle parole scritte e orali. McClelland è anche considerato uno sviluppatore della “rivoluzione connettiva” del 1980. Nel 1986, pubblicò Parallel distributed processing: Explorations in the microstructure of cognition con David Rumelhart, uno dei testi più importanti per gli scienziati cognitivisti. È anche il presidente della commissione Rumelhart Prize, avendo collaborato con Rumelhart per molti anni. Nell'autunno 2006 si trasferì alla Stanford University dalla Carnegie Mellon University, dove fu professore di psicologia e neuroscienze cognitive. (it)
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  • James Lloyd "Jay" McClelland (born December 1, 1948) is the Lucie Stern Professor at Stanford University, where he was formerly the chair of the Psychology Department. He is best known for his work on statistical learning and Parallel Distributed Processing, applying connectionist models (or neural networks) to explain cognitive phenomena such as spoken word recognition and visual word recognition. McClelland is to a large extent responsible for the large increase in scientific interest for connectionism in the 1980s. (en)
  • James Lloyd „Jay“ McClelland (* 1. Dezember 1948 in Cambridge (Massachusetts)) ist ein US-amerikanischer Psychologe, der in den 1980er Jahren eine treibende Kraft in den Kognitionswissenschaften war (Konnektionismus, Parallel Distributed Processing). (de)
  • ジェームズ・マクレランド(James L. McClelland, 1948年12月1日 - )は、アメリカの認知心理学者でニューラルネットワークの研究者。 パーセプトロンにバックプロパゲーションという方法を取り入れ、デビッド・ラメルハートらとともに並列分散処理(PDP)モデルを提唱した。 (ja)
  • Si laureò in psicologia cognitiva nel 1975. Oggi è noto il suo lavoro riguardante il trattamento parallelamente distribuito, applicato ai modelli di connessionismo o neural networks per spiegare il fenomeno cognitivo come il riconoscimento delle parole scritte e orali. McClelland è anche considerato uno sviluppatore della “rivoluzione connettiva” del 1980. Nel 1986, pubblicò Parallel distributed processing: Explorations in the microstructure of cognition con David Rumelhart, uno dei testi più importanti per gli scienziati cognitivisti. È anche il presidente della commissione Rumelhart Prize, avendo collaborato con Rumelhart per molti anni. Nell'autunno 2006 si trasferì alla Stanford University dalla Carnegie Mellon University, dove fu professore di psicologia e neuroscienze cognitive. (it)
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