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On Computer Simulation of Human Cognition

By Douglas M. Snyder

Abstract

The logic underlying the rationale for the use of computers to model human cognition is faulty as the researcher must decide as a precondition in the development of a program that which he deems essential characteristics of the targeted cognitive processes. Some consequences resulting from this faulty logic are discussed

Topics: Cognitive Psychology, Artificial Intelligence
Year: 1985
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:834
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