Readings in Cognitive Science: A Perspective from Psychology and Artificial Intelligence brings together important studies that fall in the intersection between artificial intelligence and cognitive psychology. This book is composed of six chapters, and begins with the complex anatomy and physiology of the human brain. The next chapters deal with the components of cognitive science, such as the semantic memory, similarity and analogy, and learning. These chapters also consider the application of mental models, which represent the domain-specific knowledge needed to understand a dynamic system or natural physical phenomena. The remaining chapters discuss the concept of reasoning, problem solving, planning, vision, and imagery. This book is of value to psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, and researchers who are interested in cognition.Third Edition of the Publication Manual APA has just published the third edition of the Publication Manual. ... The new Manual updates APA policies and procedures and incorporates changes in editorial style and practice since ... Received July 7, 1982 Revision received May 2, 1983 a returned to authors for correction.
|Title||:||Readings in Cognitive Science|
|Author||:||Allan Collins, Edward E. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-02|