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The cognitive psychology of knowledge

Author: G Strube; Gerhard Strube; Karl Friedrich Wender
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : North-Holland, 1993.
Series: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The present book is a result of a seven-year (1986-1992) national research program in cognitive science in Germany, presumably the first large scale cognitive science program there. Anchored in psychology, and therefore christened Wissenpsychologie (psychology of knowledge), it has found interdisciplinary resonance, especially in artificial intelligence and education. The research program brought together cognitive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: G Strube; Gerhard Strube; Karl Friedrich Wender
ISBN: 1281779067 9781281779069 9786611779061 661177906X 0080867553 9780080867557
OCLC Number: 1109088888
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (471 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; The Cognitive Psychology of Knowledge; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Section 1: Knowledge Access and Knowledge-Based Judgement; Chapter 1. Colors as Properties: Stroop-Like Effects between Objects and their Colors; Chapter 2. The Eyewitness-Misinformation Effect: Distorted Recollections based on Contradictory Information; Chapter 3. Causal Knowledge and the Expression of Uncertainty; Chapter 4. Access to Analog Representations in Memory for Visually Perceived Forms: The Facilitating Effect of Declarative Knowledge; Chapter 5. Interference in Complex Knowledge Structures Chapter 6. EVENTS-II:1 Modeling Event RecognitionSection 2: Knowledge Acquisition and Diagnosis; Chapter 7. Knowledge Assessment based on Skill Assignment and Psychological Task Analysis; Chapter 8. Misconceptions and Knowledge Compartmentalization; Chapter 9. Understanding and Using Worked-Out Examples: A Computational Model; Section 3: Learning Procedures and Tutorial Systems; Chapter 10. Learning Program Abstractions: Model and Empirical Validation; Chapter 11. The Acquisition of Functional Planning and Programming Knowledge: Diagnosis, Modeling, and User-Adapted Help Chapter 12. When can Individual Student Models be Useful?Chapter 13. Multiple Mental Representations of Information in Physics Problem Solving; Section 4: Complex Problem Solving and Applications; Chapter 14. Microworlds based on Linear Equation Systems: A New Approach to Complex Problem Solving and Experimental Results; Chapter 15. Strategies for Knowledge Acquisition and Transfer of Knowledge in Dynamic Tasks; Chapter 16. Design and Implementation of a Representation System for Human Knowledge Chapter 17. The Hypermedia System MEM and its Application in Evaluating Learning and Relearning in Higher EducationSection 5: Commentaries; Chapter 18. Knowledge Representations and Cognitive Procedures; Chapter 19. Knowledge and Performance in Complex Problem Solving; Chapter 20. Beyond a Commodity View of Knowledge in Instruction; Author Index; Subject Index
Series Title: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Responsibility: edited by Gerhard Strube, Karl F. Wender.

Abstract:

The present book is a result of a seven-year (1986-1992) national research program in cognitive science in Germany, presumably the first large scale cognitive science program there. Anchored in psychology, and therefore christened Wissenpsychologie (psychology of knowledge), it has found interdisciplinary resonance, especially in artificial intelligence and education. The research program brought together cognitive scientists from over twenty German universities and more than thirty single projects were funded. The program was initiated by Heinz Mandl and Hans Spada, the main goals of w.

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