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Asexual Versus Sexual Reproduction in Genetic Algorithms Wendy Ann Deslauriers 2006-09
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Language Impairment in Autism Wendy Ann Deslauriers 2006-07
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Of computations and dynamic systems – An overview of the dynamicist controversy in cognitive science Sylvain Pronovost 2006-05
Naturalizing Ethics – Cognitive Science against Moral Relativism Sylvain Pronovost 2006-04
The Semantics and Syntax of Null Complements Marie-Odile Junker, Robert Stainton, and Catherine Wearing 2006-03
Subtraction and Negative Numbers: Examining the Problem Size Effect in Mixed Formats Runa Das 2006-02
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Notes for the Development of a Philosophy of Computational Modelling Terrence C. Stewart 2005-04
Two Cognitive Descriptions of Q-Learning Terrence C. Stewart and Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2005-03
Epistemic Structure: An Inquiry into How Agents Change the World for Cognitive Congeniality Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2005-02
Testing Paradigms in Aphasia Research: Methodological Remarks Vanja Kljajevic 2005-01
Cognition and Psychological Scaling: Model, Method, and Application of Constrained Scaling Ronald L. Boring 2004-10
Out of Mind, Out of Sight: An Introduction to Change Blindness Kathy Linton 2004-08
Computing Frege’s Principle of Compositionality: An Experiment in Computational Semantics Kathy Linton and Neal Bouffard 2004-07
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Just the Facts: On the Representation and Solution of Basic Arithmetic Facts in the Adult Mind/Brain Marcie Penner-Wilger 2004-05
Using the RoboCup simulation environment to study the advantage of the environment contributing to cognition Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2004-04
Epistemic Structure: How agents change the world for cognitive congeniality Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2004-03
Solutions that change the world are not readily available Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2004-02
Reactive agents learn to add epistemic structures to the world Sanjay Chandrasekharan and Terrence C. Stewart 2004-01
Four Forms of Information Terrence C. Stewart and Andrew Brook 2003-06
UML as a Cell and Biochemistry Modeling Language Ken Web and Tony White 2003-05
Objects, Pilots, and the Act of Attending: A Conative Account of Visual Attention Jerzy Jarmasz 2003-04
Non-referring Concepts Sam Scott 2003-03
Revelation and Normativity in Visual Experience Zoltan Jakab 2003-02
A Two-by-Two Matrix Andrew Brook 2003-01
Semantic Web: A Distributed Cognition View Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2002-13
Trust: A Distributed Cognition Approach Sanjay Chandrasekharan 2002-12
Numerical Competence in Non-Human Primates: A Review of Indicators Carla Krachun 2002-11
Are Apes Conscious? An Overview of Inconclusive Evidence Carla Krachun 2002-10
Determining the Locus of Individual Differences in Mathematical Skill: A Tri-level Hypothesis Approach Marcie Penner-Wilger 2002-09
Development of Methods for Measurement of the Integrity of Dopaminergic Pathways in a Rat Model of Parkinson’s Disease Edina Torlakovic and Bruce Hutcheon 2002-08
Integrating Perceptual Organization and Attention: A New Model For Object-Based Attention Jerzy Jarmasz 2002-07
Using Affordances in Electronic Chinese/English Dictionaries for Non Chinese-Speakers Karel Svoboda and Robert West 2002-06
Can Cognitive Modeling Improve Rapid Prototyping? Robert L. West and Bruno Emond 2002-05
Decomposing the Mean in the Problem-size Effect: An Investigation of Response Time Distributions for a Multiplication Production Task Marcie Penner-Wilger, Craig Leth-Steensen, Brenda L. Smith-Chant, and Jo-Anne LeFevre 2002-04
The OCP and NoBanana: Philosophical and Empirical Reasons to Ban Constraints from Linguistic Theory Charles Reiss 2002-03
A Formal Analysis of the False-Belief Task Leo Ferres 2002-02
Brief Report on the Effects of Colour and Target Location in the Lavie and Driver Object-based Attention Paradigm (Revised Version) Jerzy Jarmasz 2002-01
Towards the Integration of Perceptual Organization and Visual Attention: The Inferential Attentional Allocation Model Jerzy Jarmasz 2001-08
Color Experience: Empirical Evidence Against Representational Externalism Zoltan Jakab 2001-07
Chimpanzee Theory of Mind: A Proposal from the Armchair Sam Scott 2001-06
The Psychological Implausibility of Naturalized Content Sam Scott 2001-05
Linguistic Interpretation and Cognitive Science Rob Stainton 2001-04
Varieties of Supervenience Sanjay Chandresekharan 2001-03
Atomism, Anti-representationalism and a Sketch of an Alternative Andrew Brook 2001-02
Commentary on Alex Barber, “Concepts, Conceptions and Conceptual Change” Sam Scott 2001-01