Cognitive Dynamics: Conceptual and Representational Change in Humans and Machines

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Recent work in cognitive science, much of it placed in opposition to a computational view of the mind, has argued that the concept of representation and theories based on that concept are not sufficient to explain the details of cognitive processing. These attacks on representation have focused on the importance of context sensitivity in cognitive processing, on the range of individual differences in performance, and on the relationship between minds and the bodies and environments in which they exist. In each case, models ...

Cognitive Dynamics: Conceptual and Representational Change in Humans and Machines 2014, Psychology Press Ltd, Hove

ISBN-13: 9781138003408

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Cognitive Dynamics: Conceptual and Representational Change in Humans and Machines 2000, Psychology Press, Mahwah, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780805834086

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