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  1. Multidimensional Models of Perception and Cognition

    Edited by F. Gregory Ashby

    Series: Scientific Psychology Series

    The mental representations of perceptual and cognitive stimuli vary on many dimensions. In addition, because of quantal fluctuations in the stimulus, spontaneous neural activity, and fluctuations in arousal and attentiveness, mental events are characterized by an inherent variability. During the...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  2. Mechanisms of Age-cognition Relations in Adulthood

    By Timothy A. Salthouse

    Series: Distinguished Lecture Series

    This monograph is the written version of a series of talks delivered as recent MacEachran Lectures at the University of Alberta. The informal style of the lectures, and the inclusion of a relatively large number of figures, has been preserved in order to keep the monograph faithful to the concept...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  3. Text-based intelligent Systems

    Current Research and Practice in information Extraction and Retrieval

    Edited by Paul S. Jacobs

    The symposium on which this volume was based brought together approximately fifty scientists from a variety of backgrounds to discuss the rapidly-emerging set of competing technologies for exploiting a massive quantity of textual information. This group was challenged to explore new ways to take...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  4. Problem Solving in Open Worlds

    A Case Study in Design

    By Thomas R. Hinrichs

    This book presents a computational model of design problem solving in which problems may be under-specified and domain knowledge may be incomplete. The approach combines plausible inference methods for generating, adapting, and evaluating designs, together with a flexible control strategy that...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  5. Learning and Memory

    The Behavioral and Biological Substrates

    Edited by Isidore Gormezano, Edward A. Wasserman

    This volume presents the views and findings of behaviorally and biologically oriented investigators invited to participate in The University of Iowa's biennial learning and memory symposium. While chapters vary in their scope and depth of coverage, they are all amply referenced so that researchers,...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  6. Cognitive and Social Factors in Early Deception

    Edited by Stephen J. Ceci, Michelle DeSimo Leichtman, Maribeth Putnick, Michelle Leichtman, Mary E. Putnick

    The understanding of early deception is important for both theoretical and practical purposes. Children's deceptive behaviors provide a window into their models and theories of mind. On a practical level, childhood deception poses challenges for the legal system as well as parents and schools. In...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  7. Human Memory

    Paradigms and Paradoxes

    By Robert L. Greene

    The fact that cognitive psychology has become largely concerned with a handful of laboratory tasks has brought expressions of concern and suggestions about how to place the field on a more solid footing. The view expressed here, however, is that the classic cognitive paradigms have become...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  8. The Symbolic and Connectionist Paradigms

    Closing the Gap

    Edited by John Dinsmore

    The modern study of cognition finds itself with two widely endorsed but seemingly incongruous theoretical paradigms. The first of these, inspired by formal logic and the digital computer, sees reasoning in the principled manipulation of structured symbolic representations. The second, inspired by...

    Published June 30th 1992 by Psychology Press

  9. Anxiety

    The Cognitive Perspective

    By Michael W. Eysenck

    Series: Essays in Cognitive Psychology

    Theorists are increasingly arguing that it is fruitful to approach anxiety from the cognitive perspective, and the empirical evidence supports that contention. The cognitive perspective is also adopted in this book, but the approach represents a development and extension of earlier ones. For...

    Published June 25th 1992 by Psychology Press

  10. Development of Orthographic Knowledge and the Foundations of Literacy

    A Memorial Festschrift for edmund H. Henderson

    Edited by Shane Templeton, Donald R. Bear

    This volume unites spelling and word recognition -- two areas that have largely remained theoretically and empirically distinct. Despite considerable advances in the investigation of processes underlying word perception and the acknowledgement of the seminal importance of lexical access in the...

    Published May 31st 1992 by Routledge