1. C. Franklin Boyle (2001). Transduction and Degree of Grounding. Psycoloquy 12 (36).
    While I agree in general with Stevan Harnad's symbol grounding proposal, I do not believe "transduction" (or "analog process") PER SE is useful in distinguishing between what might best be described as different "degrees" of grounding and, hence, for determining whether a particular system might be capable of cognition. By 'degrees of grounding' I mean whether the effects of grounding go "all the way through" or not. Why is transduction limited in this regard? Because transduction is a physical process which (...)
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  2. Dewy I. Dykstra, C. Franklin Boyle & Ira A. Monarch (1993). Response to M. Vicentini's “Comment on the Article 'Studying Conceptual Change in Learning Physics'”. Science Education 77 (6):717-723.
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  3. Dewey I. Dykstra, C. Franklin Boyle & Ira A. Monarch (1992). Studying Conceptual Change in Learning Physics. Science Education 76 (6):615-652.
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