The theory of information integration provides a unified, general approach to the three disciplines of cognitive, social, and developmental psychology. Each of these volumes illustrates how the concepts and methods of this experimentally-grounded theory may be productively applied to core problems in one of these three disciplines.
Table of Contents
Contents: N.H. Anderson, Functional Memory in Person Cognition. N.H. Anderson, Schemas in Person Cognition. N.H. Anderson, A Cognitive Theory of Judgement and Decision. N.H. Anderson, J. Zalinski, Functional Measurement Approach to Self-Estimation in Multiattribute Evaluation. J.R. Busemeyer, Intuitive Statistical Estimation. J.E. Clavadetscher, Studies of a Two Process Theory for Geometric Illusions. D.W. Massaro, Language Processing and Information Integration. R.L. McBride, N.H. Anderson, Integration Psychophysics in the Chemical Senses. J. Shanteau, Functional Measurement Analysis of Response Times in Problem Solving. J. Zalinski, N.H. Anderson, Parameter Estimation for Averaging Theory.
"Anderson's work has contributed immensely to the credibility of the simple models of 'cognitive algebra'. He has shown that it is possible to derive quite workable measurement methods for psychological phenomena, and at the same time to investigate the integration processes in-depth. This book argues very effectively for his standpoint, and in highly interesting application chapters, it demonstrates what can be achieved."
—American Journal of Psychology