Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Research in Cognitive Science

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Copyright Acknowledgments
The author and publisher are grateful for permission to reprint from or adapt the following:
Extracts from pp. 91, 95-96 and Table from p. 92 of: Anderson J. R., Farrell, R., and Sauers R. ( 1984). "Learning to Program LISP". Cognitive Science, 8, 87-129. Reprinted with the permission of the Ablex Publishing Corporation.
Extracts from pp. 149-151, 156-157, 159-164, 171, 173, Tables from p. 172 and Figures 1, 2, 4, 5 of: Kulkarni D. and Simon H. A. ( 1988). "The Processes of Scientific Discovery: The Strategy of Experimentation". Cognitive Science, 12, 139-175. Reprinted with the permission of the Ablex Publishing Corporation.
Table from p. 50 of: Langley P. ( 1981). "Data-Driven Discovery of Physical Laws". Cognitive Science, 5, 31-54. Reprinted with the permission of the Ablex Publishing Corporation.
Extracts from pp. 106-107, 109-111, 113-116, 118-121, 123-127, Tables from pp. 126, 127 and Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6a, 6b of: Larkin J. H., Reif F., Carbonell J., and Gugliotta A. ( 1988). "FERMI: A Flexible Expert Reasoner with Multi-Domain Inferencing". Cognitive Science, 12, 139-175. Reprinted with the permission of the Ablex Publishing Corporation.
Extracts from pp. 67-80 of: Wagman M. ( 1978). "The Comparative Effects of Didactic Correction and Self- contradiction on Fallacious Scientific and Personal Reasoning". Journal of General Psychology, 99, 67-80. Reprinted with the permission of the Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation. Published by Heldref Publications, 1319 18th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036- 1802. Copyright 1978.
Extracts from pp. 9-10, 101-133 of: Wagman M. ( 1984). The Dilemma and the Computer. Theory, Research, and Applications to Counseling Psychology. New York: Praeger Publishers. Reprinted/adapted with the permission of Praeger Publishers.
Extracts from pp. 2-4, 36-60, 70-92 of: Wagman M. ( 1991). Artificial Intelligence and Human Cognition: A Theoretical Intercomparison of Two Realms of Intellect. New York: Praeger Publishers. Reprinted/adapted with the permission of Praeger Publishers.
Extracts from pp. 2-3, 20-29, 32-41, 44-75, 127-142 of: Wagman M. ( 1991). Cognitive Science and Concepts of Mind. Toward a General Theory of Human and Artificial Intelligence. New York: Praeger Publishers. Reprinted/ adapted with the permission of Praeger Publishers.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • One - The Sciences of Cognition 1
  • Two Human Reasoning and Reasoning Systems 23
  • Three Human Problem Solving and Problem-Solving Systems 73
  • Four Human Learning and Learning Systems 105
  • Five Human Expertise and Expert Systems 121
  • Six The Nature of Intelligence and Intelligent Systems 131
  • Appendix 153
  • Bibliography 157
  • Author Index 169
  • Subject Index 173
  • About the Author 177
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