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    Developmental Abilities to Form Chunks in Immediate Memory and Its Non-Relationship to Span Development.Fabien Mathy, Michael Fartoukh, Nicolas Gauvrit & Alessandro Guida - 2016 - Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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    Structure Emerges Faster During Cultural Transmission in Children Than in Adults.Vera Kempe, Nicolas Gauvrit & Douglas Forsyth - 2015 - Cognition 136:247-254.
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    Compression in Working Memory and Its Relationship With Fluid Intelligence.Mustapha Chekaf, Nicolas Gauvrit, Alessandro Guida & Fabien Mathy - 2018 - Cognitive Science 42 (S3):904-922.
    Working memory has been shown to be strongly related to fluid intelligence; however, our goal is to shed further light on the process of information compression in working memory as a determining factor of fluid intelligence. Our main hypothesis was that compression in working memory is an excellent indicator for studying the relationship between working-memory capacity and fluid intelligence because both depend on the optimization of storage capacity. Compressibility of memoranda was estimated using an algorithmic complexity metric. The results showed (...)
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  4. The Information-Theoretic and Algorithmic Approach to Human, Animal, and Artificial Cognition.Jesper Tegnér, Hector Zenil & Nicolas Gauvrit - 2017 - In Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic & Raffaela Giovagnoli (eds.), Representation of Reality: Humans, Other Living Organism and Intelligent Machines. Springer.
    We survey concepts at the frontier of research connecting artificial, animal, and human cognition to computation and information processing—from the Turing test to Searle’s Chinese room argument, from integrated information theory to computational and algorithmic complexity. We start by arguing that passing the Turing test is a trivial computational problem and that its pragmatic difficulty sheds light on the computational nature of the human mind more than it does on the challenge of artificial intelligence. We then review our proposed algorithmic (...)
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