Cognitive Sciences: Basic Problems, New Perspectives and Implications for Artificial Intelligence

Academic Press (1986)
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A new theory of time; Events and observability; Multimedial units and language: verbal and nonverbal communication; Judgment formation and problems of description; Memory and perception: some new models; Stochastic models of expertise formation, opinion change, and learning.

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