ISBN-10:
0521342554
ISBN-13:
9780521342551
Pub. Date:
04/29/1988
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
The Making of Cognitive Science: Essays in Honor of George Armitage Miller

The Making of Cognitive Science: Essays in Honor of George Armitage Miller

by William Hirst

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ISBN-13: 9780521342551
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 04/29/1988
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.83(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; List of contributors; Part I. Mathematical Psychology: 1. George A. Miller and the origins of mathematical psychology William J. McGill; 2. The contribution of information theory to psychology Wendell R. Garner; 3. Writing plans ... Eugene Galanter; 4. George Miller's data and the development of methods for representing cognitive structures Roger N. Shepard; 5. The magical number seven: information processing then and now George Sperling; 6. Cognitive recollections Ulric Neisser; Part II. The Center for Cognitive Studies: 7. Founding the Center for Cognitive Studies Jerome Bruner; 8. Life at the Center Donald A. Norman and Willem J. M. Levelt; Part III. Psycholinguistics: 9. The psychological reality of grammar: a student's-eye view of cognitive science Thomas G. Bever; 10. Psychology and linguistics in the sixties Eric Wanner; 11. Language use and linguistic diversity Jacques Mehler; 12. The immanent form of phonemes Morris Halle; Part IV. Studying the Lexicon: 13. On opening the dictionary Philip Johnson-Laird; 14. Lexical development - the Rockefeller years Susan Carey; 15. Methodological semanticism considered as a history of progress in cognitive science Keith Stenning; Part V. Cognitive Neuroscience: 16. Life with George: the birth of the Cognitive Neuroscience Institute Michael S. Gazzaniga; 17. Cognitive psychologists become interested in neuroscience William Hirst; Part VI. Cognitive Science: 18. Cognitive science? Gilbert Harman; Biographical information; Publications; Name index; Subject index.

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