Professor James A. Hampton
Professor James A. Hampton
Professor of Psychology, City University London
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TitleCited byYear
Inheritance of attributes in natural concept conjunctions
JA Hampton
Memory & Cognition 15 (1), 55-71, 1987
4351987
Polymorphous concepts in semantic memory
JA Hampton
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 18 (4), 441-461, 1979
4301979
Some characteristics of worrying: Evidence for worrying and anxiety as separate constructs
GCL Davey, J Hampton, J Farrell, S Davidson
Personality and Individual Differences 13 (2), 133-147, 1992
4011992
Overextension of conjunctive concepts: Evidence for a unitary model of concept typicality and class inclusion.
JA Hampton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 14 (1), 12, 1988
3461988
Testing the prototype theory of concepts
JA Hampton
Journal of memory and language 34 (5), 686-708, 1995
2421995
Similarity-based categorization and fuzziness of natural categories
JA Hampton
Cognition 65 (2-3), 137-165, 1998
2311998
Prototype models of concept representation.
J Hampton
Academic Press, 1993
2091993
Typicality, graded membership, and vagueness
JA Hampton
Cognitive Science 31 (3), 355-384, 2007
1952007
Measures of internal category structure: A correlational analysis of normative data
JA Hampton, MM Gardiner
British Journal of Psychology 74 (4), 491-516, 1983
1901983
An investigation of the nature of abstract concepts
JA Hampton
Memory & cognition 9 (2), 149-156, 1981
1781981
A demonstration of intransitivity in natural categories
JA Hampton
Cognition 12 (2), 151-164, 1982
1641982
Disjunction of natural concepts
JA Hampton
Memory & Cognition 16 (6), 579-591, 1988
1531988
Conceptual combination
JA Hampton
Knowledge, concepts, and categories, 133-159, 1997
1241997
Essentialism, word use, and concepts
N Braisby, B Franks, J Hampton
Cognition 59 (3), 247-274, 1996
1231996
Emergent attributes in combined concepts
JA Hampton
Creative thought: An investigation of conceptual structures and processes …, 1997
1201997
The prototype effect in recognition memory: Intact in autism?
CJ Molesworth, DM Bowler, JA Hampton
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46 (6), 661-672, 2005
1152005
Similarity and categorization
M Ramscar, U Hahn
Oxford University Press, 2001
1152001
Categories and concepts
I Van Mechelen, J Hampton, RS Michalski, P Theuns
Cognitive Science Series, 1993
1141993
Concepts as prototypes
JA Hampton
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 46, 79-113, 2006
1112006
Conceptual combination: Conjunction and negation of natural concepts
JA Hampton
Memory & cognition 25 (6), 888-909, 1997
1051997
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