Lecture 19 - A Summary Of Exam 2 Topics

Lecture 19 A - Introduction to Cognitive Science PSYCH1102/COGST1101/LING1170 PHIL1910/CS1710 A summary of exam 2 topics FrankGehry,LeadArchitect

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    Introduction to Cognitive Science PSYCH 1102/COGST 1101/LING 1170/ PHIL 1910/CS 1710
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    A summary of exam 2 topics Tying up some loose ends Baguette, croissant,  fromage, fois gras.  C’est facile, no? Hippocampus abdominalis  Salvador Dali: The Persistence of  Memory (1931) Lou Ruvo Brain Institute in Las Vegas Frank Gehry, Lead Architect
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    Topics: Categorization One of these things is not like the others… What is categorization? Yes, Breton’s pets are, in fact, dogs Prototypes Categories as bull’s eyes Exemplars Categories as a bag of marbles Categories & connectionism Getting concepts into the mind
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    Topics: Knowledge Representation The architecture of thought What is knowledge representation? Haven’t we seen this already? Organizing semantic information Concluding with a study tip Organizing event information Really it’s just an excuse to talk about Buffy  the Vampire Slayer
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Lecture 19 A - Introduction to Cognitive Science PSYCH1102/COGST1101/LING1170 PHIL1910/CS1710 A summary of exam 2 topics FrankGehry,LeadArchitect

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