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? theoretical issues and extensions of Doignon & Falmagne's theory of knowledge structures;
? empirical validations of specific problem types and knowledge domains, such as sentence comprehension, problem...
• theoretical issues and extensions of Doignon & Falmagne's theory of knowledge structures;
• empirical validations of specific problem types and knowledge domains, such as sentence comprehension, problem solving in chess, inductive reasoning, elementary mathematical reasoning, and others; and
• application of knowledge structures in various contexts, including knowledge assessment, intelligent tutoring systems, and motor learning.
Unlike most other approaches in the literature in cognitive psychology, this book provides both a rigorous mathematical formulation of knowledge-related psychological concepts and its empirical validation by experimental data.
|1||Knowledge Structures: What They Are and How They Can be Used in Cognitive Psychology, Test Theory, and the Design of Learning Environments||3|
|II||Theoretical Developments and Empirical Investigations||13|
|2||Component-based Knowledge Spaces in Problem Solving and Inductive Reasoning||15|
|3||Component-based Construction of Surmise Relations for Chess Problems||41|
|4||An Integrated Approach for Constructing, Coding, and Structuring a Body of Word Problems||67|
|5||Modeling Knowledge as Competence and Performance||103|
|6||An Empirical Test of a Process Model for Letter Series Completion Problems||133|
|7||Organizing and Controlling Learning Processes Within Competence-Performance Structures||157|
|8||Structure and Design of an Intelligent Tutorial System Based on Skill Assignments||179|
|9||Application of Doignon and Falmagne's Theory of Knowledge Structures to the Assessment of Motor Learning Processes||197|