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Modeling individual differences in perceptual and attentional processes related to bulimic symptoms.

Viken RJ, Treat TA, Nosofsky RM, McFall RM, Palmeri TJ.
PMID: 12428773
J Abnorm Psychol. 2002 Nov;111(4):598-609.

Attentional and perceptual differences between women with high and low levels of bulimic symptoms were studied with techniques adapted from cognitive science. Stimuli were pictures of young women varying in body size and facial affect. A multidimensional scaling analysis...

Orthodontic undergraduate education: developments in a modern curriculum.

Chadwick SM, Bearn DR, Jack AC, O'Brien KD.
PMID: 11975666
Eur J Dent Educ. 2002 May;6(2):57-63. doi: 10.1034/j.1600-0579.2002.60203.x.

This paper explores some modern concepts of teaching and learning, including cognitive theory, the zone of proximal development, constructivism, andragogy and learning styles and describes how they have informed the development of an undergraduate orthodontic curriculum. The changes described...

Comparative cognition in the 1930s.

Dewsbury DA.
PMID: 10909134
Psychon Bull Rev. 2000 Jun;7(2):267-83. doi: 10.3758/bf03212982.

According to the received view of the history of psychology, behaviorism so dominated psychology prior to the 1960s that there was little research in animal cognition. A review of the research on animal cognition during the 1930s reveals a...

Alcohol expectancies: integrating cognitive science and psychometric approaches.

Aarons GA, Goldman MS, Greenbaum PE, Coovert MD.
PMID: 12788267
Addict Behav. 2003 Jul;28(5):947-61. doi: 10.1016/s0306-4603(01)00282-9.

AIMS: To demonstrate an integrative methodology to explore psychological constructs, we used multiple methods in the examination of alcohol expectancies-a psychological construct that is generally measured using survey methodology. We then used the methodology in order to assess the...

A cognitive taxonomy of medical errors.

Zhang J, Patel VL, Johnson TR, Shortliffe EH.
PMID: 15196483
J Biomed Inform. 2004 Jun;37(3):193-204. doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2004.04.004.

OBJECTIVE: Propose a cognitive taxonomy of medical errors at the level of individuals and their interactions with technology.DESIGN: Use cognitive theories of human error and human action to develop the theoretical foundations of the taxonomy, develop the structure of...

Psychiatry, religion and cognitive science.

Bathgate D.
PMID: 12780465
Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 2003 Jun;37(3):277-85. doi: 10.1046/j.1440-1614.2003.01178.x.

OBJECTIVE: To see whether certain findings in cognitive science can serve to bridge the conceptual gap between psychiatry, particularly in its psychotherapeutic aspects, and religious/spiritual understanding.METHOD: A brief review is given of certain basic differences between psychiatric understanding in...

Evaluating the neuropsychological dissociation evidence for multiple memory systems.

Ryan JD, Cohen NJ.
PMID: 14672154
Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci. 2003 Sep;3(3):168-85. doi: 10.3758/cabn.3.3.168.

This article presents a critical evaluation of the logic and nature of the neuropsychological dissociation evidence that has provided one of the essential lines of support for claims of multiple memory systems--specifically, suggesting that amnesia selectively compromises, and an...

Jung's mediatory science as a psychology beyond objectivism.

Kotsch WE.
PMID: 14533395
J Anal Psychol. 2000 Apr;45(2):217-44. doi: 10.1111/1465-5922.00153.

In this paper, the author argues that Jung's non-objectivist--yet scientific--epistemology and his empirical/hermeneatic methods of inquiry situate him within a psychological tradition that, in many respects, began with William James and, today, is finding expression in the work of...

The emergence of cognitive science in France.

Chamak B.
PMID: 11624503
Soc Stud Sci. 1999 Oct;29(5):643-84. doi: 10.1177/030631299029005001.

A comparison between the development of cognitive science in France and the USA enables us to analyze some national differences linked to specific connections between the scientific, military, economic and political worlds. The influence of new practices and tools...

George A. Miller, language, and the computer metaphor of mind.

Crowther-Heyck H.
PMID: 11623619
Hist Psychol. 1999 Feb;2(1):37-64. doi: 10.1037/1093-4510.2.1.37.

This article asks why the analogy between humans and computers was understood by cognitive psychologists to mean that "minds exist and that it is our job as psychologists to study them". Earlier psychologists, such as Clark Hull, used analogies...

Swinging in the brain: shared neural substrates for behaviors related to sequencing and music.

Janata P, Grafton ST.
PMID: 12830159
Nat Neurosci. 2003 Jul;6(7):682-7. doi: 10.1038/nn1081.

Music consists of precisely patterned sequences of both movement and sound that engage the mind in a multitude of experiences. We move in response to music and we move in order to make music. Because of the intimate coupling...

In search of self.

[No authors listed]
PMID: 12403995
Nat Neurosci. 2002 Nov;5(11):1099. doi: 10.1038/nn1102-1099.

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