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John Anderson[edit]

The Architecture of Cognition
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA
  • (1990). The Adaptive Character of Thought. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ
  • (1980). Cognitive Psychology and its Implications. Freeman, San Francisco
  • (1976). Language, Memory, and Thought. Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ
  • ACT-R, Allen Newell, Carnegie Mellon University

Jon Barwise[edit]

Situations and Attitudes
The MIT Press (with John Perry)

Jaime Carbonell[edit]

with R. S. Michalski and T. M. Mitchell
Machine Learning, Part I
A Historical and Methodological Analysis
Artificial Intelligence Magazine, 1983.
Reprinted in Readings from AI Magazine 1980-1985. pdf

Stuart Card[edit]

The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction
with Allen Newell and Thomas P. Moran. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Nancy Cartwright[edit]

How the Laws of Physics Lie
Oxford University Press

Brenda Dervin[edit]

An Overview of Sense-Making Research: Concepts, Methods, and Results to Date
In: International Communication Association Annual Meeting (Chicago, May 1983)

Terry Eagleton[edit]

Literary Theory: An Introduction
  • . . . probably his best-known work, traces the history of the study of texts, from the Romanticism of the nineteenth century to the postmodernists of the later twentieth century. Eagleton's thought remains firmly rooted in the Marxist tradition; he has also produced critical work on such more recent modes of thought as structuralism, Lacanian analysis, and deconstruction.

Howard Gardner[edit]

Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
Basic Books, New York
  • The theory suggests that, rather than relying on a uniform curriculum, schools should offer "individual-centered education", with curriculum tailored to the needs of each child. (This includes working to help students develop the intelligences in which they are weaker.)

Clifford Geertz[edit]

Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology
Basic Books

Dedre Gentner[edit]

Mental Models
Ed. with Albert L. Stevens. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ. Google Preview
  1. Some Observations on Mental Models - Donald A. Norman, UCSD
    Dr. Norman describes the properties of mental models - that they can be contradictory, incomplete, superstitious, erroneous, and unstable, varying in time. So the job of system designers is to help users form an accurate and useful mental model of a system. And the job of researchers is to set up experiments to learn to understand actual mental models, even though they may be messy and incomplete.
  2. Phenomenology and the Evolution of Intuition - Andrea A. diSessa, MIT
  3. Surrogates and Mappings: Two Kinds of Conceptual Models for Interactive Devices - Richard M. Young, Medical Research Council, Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, England
  4. Qualitative Reasoning About Space and Motion - Kenneth D. Forbus (Ken Forbus), MIT
  5. The Role of Problem Representation in Physics - Jill H. Larkin, Carnegie Mellon University
  6. Flowing Waters or Teeming Crowds:Mental Models of Electricity - Dedre Gentner, Bolt Beranek and Newman, and Donald R. Gentner, UCSD
  7. Human Reasoning About a Simple Physical System - Michael D. Williams, Xerox PARC, James D. Hollan, and Albert L. Stevens, Bolt Beranek and Newman
  8. Assumptions and Ambiguities in Mechanistic Mental Models - Johan de Kleer and John Seely Brown, Xerox PARC
  9. Understanding Micronesian Navigation - Edwin Hutchins, Navy Personnel Research and Development Center
  10. Conceptual Entities - James G. Greeno, University of Pittsburgh
  11. Using the Method of Fibres in Mecho to Calculate Radii of Gyration - Alan Bundy, University of Edinburgh
  12. When Heat and Temperature Were One - Marianne Wiser and Susan Carey, MIT
  13. Naive Theories of Motion - Michael McCloskey, Johns Hopkins University
  14. A Conceptual Model Discussed by Galileo and Used Intuitively by Physics Students - John Clement, University of Massachusetts

Stuart Hall[edit]

The Narrative Construction of Reality
John O'Hara interviewed Stuart Hall for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Doubletake, broadcast May 5, 1983. It is published here with their permission.

Stuart Hampshire[edit]

Morality and Conflict
In: S. Hampshire (ed.) Morality and Conflict (Harvard University Press) pp. 140-169

Eric Hobsbawm[edit]

The Invention of Tradition
ed. with Terence Ranger, Cambridge University Press
  • cf. invention v convention

Philip Johnson-Laird[edit]

Mental Models: Toward a Cognitive Science of Language, Inference and Consciousness
Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0674568822.

Irving Kristol[edit]

Reflections of a Neoconservative: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

John Laird[edit]

Soar (cognitive architecture)
began with Allen Newell and Paul Rosenbloom at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also received his PhD at the moment.

Bryan Magee[edit]

The Philosophy of Schopenhauer

Boyd Rayward[edit]

The International Exposition and The World Documentation Congress, Paris, 1937
The Library Quarterly, 53: 254-268

Paul Rosenbloom[edit]

The Chunking of Goal Hierarchies: A Model of Practice and Stimulus-Response Compatibility
Doctoral Dissertation, CMU, 1983.

David Rumelhart[edit]

with Donald A. Norman
Representation in Memory
CHIP Report Volume 116, Cognitive Science Laboratory, Center for Human Information Processing (CHIP), University of California, San Diego, 1983.
  • Donald Norman bibliography [1]

Ellin Scholnick[edit]

New Trends in Conceptual Representation: Challenges to Piaget's Theory?
Lawrence Erlbaum
  • Eleanor Rosch, "Prototype Classification and Logical Classification: The Two Systems," pp. 73-86.

Donald Schön[edit]

The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action
Temple Smith, London

John Searle[edit]


Ben Shneiderman[edit]

Direct Manipulation: A Step Beyond Programming Languages
Computer, Volume 16, Issue 8 (August 1983) pp. 57-69. ACM
The Interactive Encyclopedia System

Roger Sperry[edit]

Science and Moral Priority

JER Staddon[edit]

Adaptive Behavior and Learning
Cambridge University Press, 1983; new ed. 2003.
  • (2004) "Scientific Imperialism and Behaviorist Epistemology," Behavior and Philosophy
  • UCL; Harvard PhD, 1964; Duke since 1967.
  • Scientific imperialism

Stephen Stich[edit]

From Folk Psychology to Cognitive Science: The Case Against Belief
  • . . . argued for a form of eliminative materialism about the mind. However, he has since modified his position, especially in Deconstructing the Mind (1996).

Carl Swanson[edit]

Ever-expanding Horizons: The Dual Informational Sources of Human Evolution
University of Massachusetts Press

Randall Trigg[edit]

A Network-Based Approach to Text Handling for the On-Line Scientific Community
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD.
U. Maryland U. Michigan Joined
Randall Trigg Mark Weiser Xerox PARC
Sergey Brin Larry Page Stanford

Roberto Unger[edit]

The Critical Legal Studies Movement
Harvard University Press, 1983

Terry Winograd[edit]

Language as a Cognitive Process: Syntax

Crispin Wright[edit]

Frege's Conception of Numbers as Objects
Aberdeen University Press

Richard Young[edit]

Surrogates and Mappings: Two Kinds of Conceptual Models for Interactive Devices
In: Dedre Gentner (ed.) Mental Models (Erlbaum), pp. 35-52