Models in the Mind: Theory, Perspective and Application
Yvonne Rogers, Andrew Rutherford, Peter A. Bibby
Academic Press, 1992 - Psychology - 330 pages
The concept of mental models is an important approach within cognitive psychology. This invaluable new book surveys a broad range of mental models in the context of human-computer interaction, complex computer systems, and cognitive psychology as a whole. It is be of great interest to students and researchers in cognitive psychology and HCI.
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The Model Theory of Deduction
The Logic of Logic
Are Mental Models all in the Mind?
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