This volume features the complete text of the material presented at the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. As in previous years, the symposium included an interesting mixture of papers on many topics from researchers with diverse backgrounds and different goals, presenting a multifaceted view of cognitive science. This volume includes all papers, posters, and summaries of symposia presented at the leading conference that brings cognitive scientists together. The 2001 Cognitive Science meeting dealt with issues of representing and modeling cognitive processes, as they appeal to scholars in all subdisciplines that comprise cognitive science: psychology, computer science, neuroscience, linguistics, and philosophy.After the instructions, they had to explain the meaning of a pie chart, so we could check whether it was correctly understood ... the following cycle: ( 1 ) read the task printed on paper, which represented the information need, (2) indicate the quantification type, ... First we will look at H2 and H7. concerning the intuitions of participants about recall feedback. ... Now leta#39;s consider H3-6 (fulfilled condition).
|Title||:||Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society|
|Author||:||Johanna D. Moore, Keith Stenning|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2001|