Representing is more than emulating

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):420-421 (2004)
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Abstract

Mental representations are more than emulations. Different types of representations, including external representations, various mental models (distorted and abstract), and emulative models, can all play important roles in human cognition. To explain cognitive performance in a specific task, a systematic analysis of the underlying representational structures and their interactions is needed.

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