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Models in the mind : theory, perspective and application / edited by Yvonne Rogers, Andrew Rutherford, Peter A. Bibby
Bib ID 1821647
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Description London ; San Diego : Academic Press, c1992 
vii, 330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0125929706
Full contents
  • 1. Introduction / Yvonne Rogers
  • Pt. 1. Mental Models and Reasoning. 2. The Model Theory of Deduction / Ruth M. J. Byrne. 3. Distinguishing Conceptual and Empirical Issues about Mental Models / Keith Stenning. 4. The Logic of Logic / Andrew Rutherford
  • Pt. 2. Distributed Models and Representations. 5. Mental Models of Motion? / Tony Anderson, Andrew Tolmie, Christine Howe, Terry Mayes and Mhairi Mackenzie. 6. Representation and Interaction: Are Mental Models all in the Mind? / Claire O'Malley and Steve Draper. 7. Distributed Knowledge
  • in the Head, in the World or in the Interaction? / Peter A. Bibby
  • Pt. 3. Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Machine Systems: Cognitive Skill and Cognitive Artefacts. 8. On Mental Models and Cogntive[sic] Artefacts / Stephen J. Payne. 9. Mental models and cognitive skill: the example of industrial process operation / Lisanne Bainbridge. 10. Mental Models and Complex Tasks / Yvonne Rogers.
  • Pt. 4. Mental Models and Instruction. 11. Mental Models, Instruction and Internalization / Peter. A. Bibby. 12. Mental Models as Multi-record representations / Simon C. Duff. 13. Mental Models and Instructional Use / Yvonne Rogers
  • Pt. 5. Methods for Eliciting Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Machine Systems. 14. Searching for the Mental Model in Human-Machine Systems / Andrew Rutherford and John R. Wilson. 15. Users' Models of Computer Systems / Martina-Angela Sasse. 16. Capturing Mental Models / Yvonne Rogers
  • Pt. 6. Social and Pragmatic Factors. 17. Obligation, Permission and Mental Models / Ken I. Manktelow and David E. Over. 18. The Presence Phenomenon and Other Problems of Applying Mental Models to User Interface Design and Evaluation / Bob Leiser. 19. Social and Pragrnatic Issues for Mental Model Accounts / Andrew Rutherford. 20. Future Directions in Mental Model Research / Yvonne Rogers and Andrew Rutherford.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Cognition.  |  Comprehension.  |  Knowledge, Theory of.
Other authors/contributors Rutherford, Andrew  |  Rogers, Yvonne  |  Rutherford, Andrew  |  Bibby, Peter A

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