Table of contents for Models in the mind : theory, perspective and application / edited by Yvonne Rogers, Andrew Rutherford, Peter A. Bibby.
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Y. Rogers, Introduction.
Mental Models and Reasoning:
R.M.J. Byrne, The Model Theory of Deduction.
K. Stenning, Distinguishing Conceptual and Empirical Issues about Mental Models.
A. Rutherford, The Logic of Logic.
Distributed Models and Representations:
T. Anderson, A. Tolmie, C. Howe, T. Mayes, and M. Mackenzie, Mental Models of Motion?
C. O'Malley and S. Draper, Representation and Interaction: Are Mental Models all in the Mind?
P.A. Bibby, Distributed Knowledge--in the Head, in the World or in the Interaction?
Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Machine Systems: Cognitive Skill and Cognitive Artefacts:
S.J. Payne, On Mental Models and Cognitive Artefacts.
L. Bainbridge, Mental Models and Cognitive Skill: The Example of Industrial Process Operation.
Y. Rogers, Mental Models and Complex Tasks.
Mental Models and Instruction:
P.A. Bibby, Mental Models, Instruction and Internalization.
S.C. Duff, Mental Models as Multi-Record Representations.
Y. Rogers, Mental Models and Instructional Use.
Methods for Eliciting Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Machine Systems:
A. Rutherford and J.R. Wilson, Searching for the Mental Model in Human-Machine Systems.
M-A. Sasse, Users' Models of Computer Systems.
Y. Rogers, Capturing Mental Models.
Social and Pragmatic Factors:
K.I. Manktelow and D.E. Over, Obligation, Permission, and Mental Models.
B. Leiser, The Presence Phenomenon and Other Problems of Applying Mental Models to User Interface Design and Evaluation.
A. Rutherford, Social and Pragmatic Issues for Mental Model Accounts.
Y. Rogers and A. Rutherford, Future Directions in Mental Model Research.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cognition, Comprehension, Knowledge, Theory of