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'Chunks, schemata and retrieval structures: Past and current computational models
A recurring question in psychology and cognitive science concerns the expression of theories that are internally consistent and testable. Natural language is unsatisfactory, as theoretical concepts and mechanisms are not ...
A question of balance: The benefits of pattern-recognition when solving problems in a complex domain
The dual-process theory of human cognition proposes the existence of two systems for decision-making: a slower, deliberative,problem-solving system and a quicker, reactive, pattern-recognition system. We alter the balance ...
Piece of mind: Long-term memory structure in ACT-R and CHREST
(Cognitive Science Society, 2015)
Creating a plausible Unified Theory of Cognition (UTC) requires considerable effort from large, potentially distributed, teams. Computational Cognitive Architectures (CCAs) provide researchers with a concrete medium for ...