RULES OF THE MIND

John R. Anderson Carnegie Mellon University

With the collaboration of Francis S. Bellezza, C. Franklin Boyle, Frederick G. Conrad, Albert T. Corbett, Jon M. Fincham, Donn Hoffman, Nicholas Kushmerick, Christian Lebiere, Mark K. Singley, and Quanfeng Wu

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES PUBLISHERS

1993 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1: Production Systems and the ACT-R Theory John R. Anderson Carnegie Mellon University 1
  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1
  • 2: Knowledge Representation 17
  • 2.2: THE DECLARATIVE-PROCEDURAL DISTINCTION 43
  • 3: Performance 45
  • 3.4: SUMMARY 63
  • 4: Learning 69
  • 5: Navigation and Conflict Resolution 93
  • 5.6: CONCLUSIONS 118
  • 6: The Tower of Hanoi and Goal Structures 121
  • 6.1: INTRODUCTION 121
  • 6.5: CONCLUSIONS 141
  • 7: The LISP Tutor and Skill Acquisition 143
  • 7.3.4: Summary 155
  • 7.6: CONCLUSIONS 163
  • 8: The Geometry Tutor and Skill Acquisition 165
  • 8.4: CONCLUSIONS 180
  • 9: The Identical Elements Theory of Transfer 183
  • 9.1 INTRODUCTION 183
  • 9.4 CONCLUSION 203
  • 10: Computer Programming and Transfer 205
  • 10.1 INTRODUCTIO 205
  • 11: Tutoring of Cognitive Skill 235
  • 11.5 SUMMARY 254
  • 12: Creating Production-Rule Models 257
  • 12.1 INTRODUCTION 257
  • 12.6 CONCLUSION 278
  • 13: Reflections on the Theory 279
  • 13.3 APPENDIX: ACT-R ASSUMPTIONS 284
  • References 297
  • Author Index 311
  • Subject Index 317
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