Computing in Psychology: An Introduction to Programming Methods and Concepts
This book contains detailed examples that are related to current psychological topics--includes simulations of perception, memory, personality processes, concept formation, a simple language parser, and problem solving--introduces the LISP language specifically for psychology students, with examples from psychology--provides skill development and emphasizes and reviews basic psychological topics, concepts, and methods--contains exercises which illustrate and extend all concepts and skills in each chapter.
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The Influence Upon Psychological Methods
Simulating a Perceptual Process
Computer Models and Simulations of Human Memory
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ALDOUS algorithm apparatus argument array basic begin behavior binary tree built-in function called CAR and CDR cell chapter chunk complex computer model concept COND clause construct data lines data structures defined DEFUN described element emotional evaluate example execution experiment experimental feedback FORTRAN human HYPOTH hypothesis identify illustrated information-processing input integer label learning letter LISP function LISP interpreter loop main program memory MEMRY microcomputers modular programming module Newell node noun NUMTIES object output parameters Pascal program person pointer predicate function presented problem solving procedure profile sheet PROG programming language pseudorandom psychological random recursive recursive function response returns scores SCRABBLE SETQ shown in Figure simple simulation Skinner box stack Stage standard scores statement stored strategy tachistoscopic task theoretical theory tion tree variable verbal wholist word write writeln