Computer Applications in the Behavioral Sciences

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface ix
  • Table of Contents xii
  • Part 1 - Computer Systems 3
  • Chapter 1 - Computers and the Behavioral Scientist 4
  • References 11
  • Chapter 2 - Do Computers Think? 12
  • References 21
  • Chapter 3 - History and Development of Computers 22
  • References 49
  • Chapter 4 - Computer Functions and Applications 50
  • References 57
  • Part 2 - Computer Fundamentals 59
  • Chapter 5 - Functional Components of Data Processing System 60
  • Chapter 6 - Data Representation 92
  • Chapter 7 - Programing Fundamentals and Machine Language 112
  • Summary 133
  • Bibliography, Parts 1 and 2 134
  • Part 3 - Computer Applications 137
  • Chapter 8 - The University Computing Center 140
  • References 171
  • Chapter 9 Data Processing in Psychological Research 172
  • References 200
  • Chapter 10 Multiple Linear Regression Models 204
  • Summary 234
  • References 237
  • Chapter 11 Factor Analysis 238
  • References 264
  • Chapter 12 Canonical Analysis 266
  • References 279
  • Chapter 13 Studies of Perception 280
  • References 306
  • Chapter 14 Automated Teaching 308
  • References 335
  • Chapter 15 Computer Simulation of Cognitive Processes 336
  • Summary 356
  • References 357
  • Chapter 16 Synthex: Toward Computer Synthesis of Human Language Behavior 360
  • Summary 388
  • References 391
  • Chapter 17 Automatic Language-Data Processing 394
  • References 422
  • Chapter 18 Computer Music 424
  • References 451
  • Chapter 19 Simulation of a Brain 452
  • Summary 465
  • References 467
  • Chapter 20 Nerve Net Theory 468
  • References 489
  • Chapter 21 Advances in Biomedical Science and Diagnosis 490
  • References 520
  • Chapter 22 - Computer Simulation Toward a Theory of Large Organizations 522
  • References 555
  • Chapter 23 Business Simulation 556
  • Summary 571
  • Additional Readings 572
  • Chapter 24 Simulation of International Relations and Diplomacy 574
  • References 594
  • Chapter 25 A Look into the Future 596
  • Reference 607
  • Glossary of Computer Terms 608
  • Index 621
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