A compilation of recent publications by some of the RAND researchers in the Information Processing Systems research program. The bibliography is selective, comprising only those papers concerned with the broad range of topics in Cognitive Science. These topics include the modeling of complex human behaviors, the construction of intelligent computer systems, and the representation of knowledge in human and computer memories. The research draws upon the disciplines of cognitive psychology educational psychology, computer science, artificial intelligence, and linguistics.
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