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Higher mental processes : selections from the american journal of psychology / edited by Robert W. Proctor.

Publication:
[Place of publication not identified] : University of Illinois Press, 2015.
Series:
Common Threads
Common Threads
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (217 p.)
Subjects:
Reasoning.
Judgment.
Problem solving.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Cover; Title; Contents; ROBERT W. PROCTOR, editor of The American Journal of Psychology. Introduction; R. A. CARLSON. The higher mental processes in The American Journal of Psychology. Vol. 125 (2012); REASONING; T. D. CUTSFORTH. Synaesthesia in the process of reasoning. Vol. 25 (1924); P. N. JOHNSON-LAIRD AND J. TAGART. How implication is understood. Vol. 82 (1969); S. N. F. CHANT. An objective experiment on reasoning. Vol. 45 (1933); JUDGMENT AND DECISION; M. G. PRESTON AND P. BARATTA. An experimental study of the auction-value of an uncertain outcome. Vol. 61 (1948)
E. GALANTER. Utility functions for nonmonetary events. Vol. 103 (1990)M. H. BIRNBAUM. Base rates in Bayesian inference: Signal detection analysis of the cab problem. Vol. 96 (1983); PROBLEM SOLVING; M. E. BULBROOK. An experimental study into the existence and nature of "insight." Vol. 44 (1932); R. L. DOMINOWSKI AND L. S. BUYER. Retention of problem solutions: The re-solution effect. Vol. 113 (2000); A. A. CLEVELAND. The psychology of chess and of learning to play it. Vol. 18 (1907)
Notes:
"An anthology from the University of Illinois Press."
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Proctor, Robert W., editor.
ISBN:
0-252-09811-0
OCLC:
927973101
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