Abstract: Serial recall experiments study the ability of humans to recall words in the order in which they occurred. The following serial recall effects are generally investigated in studies with humans: word length and frequency, primacy and recency, semantic confusion, repetition, and transposition effects. In this research, we investigate neural language models in the context of these serial recall effects. Our work provides a framework to better understand and analyze neural language models and opens a new window to develop accurate language models.
Authors: Hassan Hajipoor, Hadi Amiri, Maseud Rahgozar, Farhad Oroumchian (University of Tehran, Harvard University, University of Wollongong)