Computing in Psychology: An Introduction to Programming Methods and Concepts

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Prentice-Hall, 1987 - Psychology - 354 pages
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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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Contents

The Influence Upon Psychological Methods
13
Simulating a Perceptual Process
30
Computer Models and Simulations of Human Memory
63
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