CSE 575, Fall 2001


  1. Pinker, Steven (1997), How the Mind Works (New York: W.W. Norton).

  2. List of UB Cog Sci research groups

  3. Sources of information on cognitive science

  4. Carr, Catherine; Dorr, Bonnie Jean; Husbands, Phil; Lakoff, George; Okamoto, Yoshi; Peterson, Donald M.; Keil, Frank C.; & Wilson, Robert A. (2001), Multiple book review, with editors' replies, of MITECS, Artificial Intelligence 130(2): 183-229.

  5. Gardner, Howard (1985/1987), The Mind's New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution, with a New Epilogue by the Author: Cognitive Science After 1984 (New York: Basic Books).

  6. Gardner, Howard (1995), "Green Ideas Sleeping Furiously", New York Review of Books (23 March): 32-34, 36-38.

  7. Newell, Allen, & Simon, Herbert A. (1976), "Computer Science as Empirical Inquiry: Symbols and Search", Communications of the ACM 19 (March): 113-126; reprinted in John Haugeland (ed.), Mind Design: Philosophy, Psychology, Artificial Intelligence (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press): 35-66, and in John Haugeland (ed.), Mind Design II: Philosophy, Psychology, Artificial Intelligence, revised and enlarged edition (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press): 81-110.

  8. Fodor, Jerry A. (1975), The Language of Thought (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell).

  9. Dennett, Daniel C. (1971), "Intentional Systems", Journal of Philosophy 68: 87-106; reprinted in Daniel C. Dennett, Brainstorms (Montgomery, VT: Bradford Books): 3-22.

  10. Prof. William C. Schmidt's webpage on the mind.

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