are a variety of different kinds of cognitive representations, that these are systematically related to each other, that they derive in logical ways from people's experiences, and that they contribute in systematic ways to the various activities in which people engage.
I thank Scott Phillips, Terry Powley, Eliot Smith, Cheri Sparks, and Robert Wyer for their helpful comments on earlier drafts of this chapter. I also thank Cheri Sparks for her assistance in researching Table 1.1, and Scott Phillips for his proposal of Fig. 1.1
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