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The cognitive psychology of planning

What are the cognitive processes involved in formulating, evaluating and selecting a sequence of thoughts and actions to achieve a goal? This book evaluates the different approaches to the scientific study of planning
eBook, English, 2005
Psychology Press, Hove, East Sussex, 2005
1 online resource (x, 246 pages) : illustrations
9780203493564, 9781841693330, 0203493567, 1841693332
Introduction to the psychology of planning / Geoff Ward and Robin Morris
Planning and problem solving in well-defined domains / Simon P. Davies
Planning and ill-defined problems / Thomas C. Ormerod
Working memory and planning / K J Gilhooly
Planning and the executive control of thought and action / Geoff Ward
Adult aging and cognitive planning / Louise H. Phillips, Mairi S. MacLeod, and Matthias Kliegel
Cognitive planning in humans: new insights from the Tower of London (TOL) task / Adrian M. Owen
Planning in patients with focal brain damage: from simple to complex task performance / Robin Morris, Maria Kotitsa, and Jessica Bramham
Planning and the brain / Jordan Grafman, Lee Spector, and Mary Jo Rattermann
The search for specific planning processes / Paul Burgess, Jon Simons, Laure Coates and Shelley Channon