Phil Johnson-Laird's theory of mental models has proved to be an influential development in the cognitive sciences. This theory aims to provide a detailed account of both reasoning and inference on the one hand, and language on the other. It can therefore be regarded as a step toward the much-sought-after unified theory of cognition.; This book provides an overview of mental models research. Some of the contributors were collaborators or former graduate students of Johnson-Laird, and between them they cover the main strands of mental models theory. After an appreciation of Johnson-Laird, the book covers topics including language Processing, Reasoning, Inference, The Role Of Emotions, And The Impact Of mental illnesses on thought processes.INFORMAL ARGUMENT AND TOULMINa#39;S ARGUMENT SCHEME An informal argument may be deductively valid. ... If a person attacks the warrant then its backing can be put in: this will record the dates of enactment of the Acts of Parliamentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mental Models In Cognitive Science|
|Author||:||Alan Garnham, Jane Oakhill|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2013-06-17|