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Wallace, and T. R. Stanford 433 35 Structural Analysis Robert Frank 450 Part IV: Stances in Cognitive Science 463 36 Case-Based Reasoning David B. Leake 465 37 Cognitive Linguistics Michael Tomasello 477 38 Connectionism, Artificial Life, and Dynamical Systems Jeffrey L. Elman 488 39 Embodied, Situated, and Distributed Cognition Andy Clark 506 40 Mediated Action James V. Wertsch 518 41 Neurobiological Modeling P. Read Montague and Peter Dayan 526 42 Production Systems Christian D. Schunn and David Klahr 542 Part V: Controversies in Cognitive Science 553 43 The Binding Problem Valerie Gray Hardcastle 555 44 Heuristics and Satisficing Robert C.
A Predecessor: Behaviorism In North America something dramatic happened in psychological science in the 1950s, something often referred to, in retrospect, as the cognitive revolution, something Howard Gardner characterized as "the unofficial launching of cognitive science" (Gardner, 1985, p. 7). The revolt was against behaviorism, which was heralded in John Watson's 1913 manifesto and quickly came to largely dominate psychology and linguistics, and influence other disciplines in North America. Behaviorism turned away from earlier, mentalistic attempts to analyze the mind; instead it focused on overt behavior and the discovery of regularities involving observable events and behaviors.
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