This volume features the complete text of the material presented at the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Papers have been loosely grouped by topic and an author index is provided in the back. As in previous years, the symposium included an interesting mixture of papers on many topics from researchers with diverse backgrounds and different goals, presenting a multifaceted view of cognitive science. In hopes of facilitating searches of this work, an electronic index on the Internet's World Wide Web is provided. Titles, authors, and summaries of all the papers published here have been placed in an online database which may be freely searched by anyone. You can reach the web site at: www-csli.stanford.edu/cogsci97.Within the realm of causal reasoning, the work directly relevant to the present studya#39;s design is that done by Cummins and her colleagues (Cummins, Lubart ... provided classification ratings for each statement, presented as follows: aquot;If a substance is nitroglycerin, then its molecular structure is C3H5(N03)3. ... From the ratings received, 34 statements were selected to be used in the belief revision problems.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society|
|Author||:||Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference, Michael G. Shafto, Pat Langley|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1997|