A Functional Theory of Cognition

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedication v
  • Foreword vi
  • Contents vii
  • Preface viii
  • Preface xii
  • Chapter 1 Cognitive Theory of Everyday Life 1
  • Notes 33
  • Preface 36
  • Chapter 2 Cognitive Algebra 37
  • Notes 72
  • Preface 76
  • Chapter 3 Psychological Measurement Theory 77
  • Notes 101
  • Preface 106
  • Chapter 4 Person Cognition 107
  • Notes 133
  • Preface 138
  • Preface 138
  • Chapter 5 Unified Social Cognition 139
  • Notes 184
  • Preface 190
  • Preface 190
  • Chapter 6 Social Development 191
  • Notes 211
  • Preface 212
  • Preface 212
  • Chapter 7 Moral Algebra 213
  • Preface 242
  • Preface 242
  • Chapter 8 Cognitive Development 243
  • Notes 274
  • Preface 280
  • Preface 280
  • Chapter 9 Integration Psychophysics 281
  • Notes 312
  • Preface 316
  • Chapter 10 Cognitive Theory of Judgment-Decision 317
  • Notes 356
  • Preface 362
  • Preface 362
  • Chapter 11 Functional Memory 363
  • Notes 387
  • Preface 394
  • Chapter 12 Algebraic Language Processing 395
  • Notes 438
  • Preface 444
  • Preface 444
  • Chapter 13 Unified Theory 445
  • References 469
  • Author Index 485
  • Subject Index 489
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