tive processes in scientific discovery is described, and its implications for human creativity are discussed.
The book is intended for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in psychology, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science. The book is also useful for professionals in these and related disciplines.
I wish to express my gratitude to LaDonna Wilson for her excellent work in assisting with all aspects of the preparation of the manuscript. I also wish to thank Kimberly Pollack and Annette Deetz for their assistance with proofreading, permissions, the author index, and the subject index.