SAGE Journal Articles
- What are some examples of cognitive representations that underlie conversation or other forms of social interaction?
- Why was it established as common thought that computer systems are incapable of becoming “smooth” conversation partners? That is, what qualities do they lack which allow for more realistic conversation?
- What are the differences between active and inert knowledge, and how do they affect decision making?
- In replacement of what other techniques does the author suggest placing emphasis on enhancing the process in which children learn? Consider what he suggests a focus on the cognitive approach should come before.
- What key concepts are missing in the behavioristic model of education popularized in the 1950s and 60s?
- By focusing on the different ways the children learn, what improvements in their education does the author foresee?