Damien Sullivan's Reading list
6 Apr 2006
This started life as my oral quals reading list; I'm since adding post-quals
suggestions and whatever else feels somewhat relevant.
Concepts, categorization, and concept learning
- Nosofsky, R. M. (1984). Choice, similarity, and the context theory of
classification. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and
Cognition, 10, 104-114.
- Kruschke, J. K., (1992). ALCOVE: An exemplar-based connectionist model
of category learning. Psychological Review, 99, 22-44.
- Love, B. C., Medin, D. L., & Gureckis, T. M. (in press). SUSTAIN: A
Network Model of Category Learning. Psychological Review
- Sloman, Steven Psychological Bulletin
1996, Vol. 119. No. I, 3-22.
The Empirical Case for Two Systems of Reasoning
- Medin, D. L., Wattenmaker, W. D., & Michalski, R. S. (1987). Constraints
and preferences in inductive learning: An experimental study of human and
machine performance. Cognitive Science, 11, 299-339.
- These aren't part of the formal orals list, just references from the
above paper, so I can access them easily
- Lebowitz learning
- Whitman concepts
- Stephen Pinker formal learning models
- Smith, E. E., & Sloman, S. A. (1994). Similarity- versus rule-based
categorization. Memory and Cognition, 22, 377-386.
- Goldstone, R. L. (2003). Learning to perceive while perceiving to learn.
In R. Kimchi, M. Behrmann, & C. Olson (Eds.) Perceptual organization in
vision: Behavioral and neural perspectives. (pp. 233-278). New Jersey:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
L. (1999). Perceptual symbol systems. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22,
577-660. [target article and commentaries]
Creativity and Identity -- essays from Metamagical Themas,
- Sparse Distributed Memory, Pentti Kanerva
- Dynamic Memory, Roger Schank
- Variations on a Theme as the Crux of Creativity
- On the Seeming Paradox of Mechanizing Creativity
- Analogies and Roles in Human and Machine Thinking
- Who Shoves Whom Around Insider the Careenium
- Waking Up from the Boolean Dream: Subcognition as Computation
- Boden, M. A. (1991) The Creative Mind: Myths and Mechanisms
- Hofstadter, Douglas R.
Epilogue: Analogy as the Core of Cognition. In The Analogical Mind:
Perspectives from Cognitive Science edited by Dedre Gentner, Keith J.
and Boicho N. Kokinov. 2001, pp. 499-538
- Hofstadter, Douglas R. and the Fluid Analogies Research Group. 1995.
Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental
Mechanisms of Thought.
- Mitchell, Melanie (1990). Copycat: A Computer Model of High-Level
Perception and Conceptual Slippage in Analogy-Making.
- Metacat: A
Self-Watching Cognitive Architecture for Analogy-Making and High-Level
Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999.
- Marshall, J.
(2002). Metacat: a self-watching cognitive architecture for analogy-making. In
W. D. Gray & C. D. Schunn (eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of
the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 631-636. (6 page overview of Copycat
and Metacat, perhaps useful to some committee members)
J. (2002). Metacat: a program that judges creative analogies in a microworld.
In C. Bento, A. Cardoso, & G. A. Wiggins (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd
Workshop on Creative Systems: Approaches to Creativity in Artificial
Intelligence and Cognitive Science, pp. 77-84, 15th European Conference on
Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2002), Lyon, France. (another summary,
more on Metacat itself)
- Holyoak and Thagard: Mental Leaps
- Meredith, M. J. (1991) Data modeling: A process for pattern induction.
- Fauconnier and Turner: The Way We Think, Mental Spaces
- Gentner, D. (1983). Structure-mapping: A theoretical framework for
analogy. Cognitive Science, 7, 155-170. (Reprinted in A. Collins & E. E. Smith
(Eds.), Readings in cognitive science: A perspective from psychology and
artificial intelligence. Palo Alto, CA: Kaufmann).
D., & Landers, R. (1985). Analogical reminding: A good match is hard to find.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Cybernetics and Society (pp.
607-613). New York, NY: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
K. D., Gentner, D., & Law, K. (1994). MAC/FAC: A model of similarity-based
retrieval. Cognitive Science, 19(2), 141-205. (Abridged version to be
reprinted in T. Polk & C. M. Seifert, (Eds.), Cognitive Modeling. Boston: MIT
D. A., Gentner, D., & Bodenhausen, G V. (in press). Resistance is futile: The
unwitting insertion of analogical inferences in memory. Psychonomic Bulletin &
General (probably don't need all of the first four, but I read
them anyway this summer)
- Understanding Natural Language, Terry Winograd
- Discourse Production, Anthony Davey
- Gasser recs: Nancy Chang construction grammar; head-phrase structural
grammar; Nigel project; lexcially functional/driven grammar
- The Cerebral Symphony, William Calvin
- Bright Air, Brilliant Fire Gerald Edelman
- More than Cool Reason, Lakoff and Turner
- A feature-integration theory of attention
Treisman, Anne M; Gelade, Garry.
Cognitive Psychology. Vol 12(1), Jan 1980, pp. 97-136
Metacognition in Computation: A selected research history and summary,
by M. Cox.
Creativity at the meta-level, by B. Buchanan
There are also lot of creativity links
- ACME ARCS ECHO, Holyoak Thagard
- Deb Roy, Weyhrach? Self-watching
- Mark Keane, Fintan Costello -- concept combination
- Chi, M. T. H. (1992). Conceptual Change within and Across Ontological
Categories: Examples from Learning and Discovery in Science.
Cognitive Models of Science. R. N. Giere. Minneapolis, MN, University
of Minnesota Press. XV: 129-186.
- Chi, M. T. H. and R. Glaser (1982). "Categorization and
representation of physics problems by experts and novices." Cognitive
Science 5: 1210152.
- Ainsworth, S. and A. Th Loizou (2003). "The effects of self-
explaining when learning with text or diagrams." Cognitive Science 27
- Gentner on explicit alignment
- IU How Language