First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Contents: PAPER PRESENTATIONS. Part I:Discourse and Text. Part II:Imagery. Part III:Neuroscience Models of Language. Part IV:Planning and Action. Part V:Reasoning and Mental Models. Part VI:Case Representation and Adaptation. Part VII:Memory for Objects. Part VIII:Regularities and Estimation. Part IX:Word and Concept Learning. Part X:Category Formation and Similarity. Part XI:Perception and Visual Search. Part XII:Phonology and Word Recognition. Part XIII:Problem Solving and Transfer. Part XIV:Distributed Cognition. Part XV:Hybrid Representational Systems. Part XVI:Language Understanding. Part XVII:Philosophical Perspectives. Part XVIII:Reminding and Case Retrieval. Part XIX:Attention and Learning. Part XX:Computer Interface. Part XXI:Decision Making. Part XXII:Discovery Learning. Part XXIII:Heuristics in Reasoning. POSTER PRESENTATIONS.