The Atomic Components of Thought

"Anyone interested in cognitive architechture, or more broadly in the scientific study of mental processes, should read this book. It presents not only important progress in the development of a comprehensive and coherent account of a very broad range of cognitive phenomena, but also interesting ideas about how research in this area can be better organized to promote fruitful exchange of ideas."

--Clayton Lewis
University of Colorado

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Knowledge Representation

Chapter 3. Performance

Chapter 4. Learning

Chapter 5. Visual Interface

Chapter 6. Action and Perception

Chapter 7. List Memory

Chapter 8. Choice

Chapter 9. Cognitive Arithmetic

Chapter 10. Analogy

Chapter 11. Doing Psychological Research

Chapter 12. Final Reflections