Mark Keane

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Prof Mark Keane
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Keane speaking at the TERENA Networking Conference, University College Dublin, 2014
Born (1961-07-03) 3 July 1961 (age 53)
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Residence Ireland
Citizenship Irish
Nationality Irish
Fields Cognitive Psychology Cognitive Science Artificial Intelligence
Institutions University College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin
Cardiff University
Open University
Queen Mary, University of London
Alma mater University College Dublin
Trinity College Dublin

Mark T. Keane (Irish: Marcus Ó Cathain, born 3 July 1961, Dublin, Ireland) is a Cognitive Scientist and author of several books on human cognition, including Handbook of Cognitive Psychology (1990-2010, 6 English editions and 6 foreign language translations, co-author Michael Eysenck), Analogical Problem Solving (1988). Advances in the Psychology of Thinking (1992, with Ken Gilhooly), Novice Programming Environments (1992, with Marc Eisenstadt and Tim Rajan), Advances in Case-Based Reasoning (1995, with J-P Haton and Michel Manago).

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