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I: INTRODUCTION 1. Knowledge Structures: What They Are and How They Can be Used in Cognitive Psychology, Test Theory, and the Design of Learning Environments. Josef Lukas and Dietrich Albert II: THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND EMPIRICAL INVESTI- GATIONS 2. Component-based Knowledge Spaces in Problem Solving and In- ductive Reasoning Dietrich Albert and Theo Held 3. Component-based Construction of Surmise Relations for Chess Problems Martin Schrepp, Theo Held, and Dietrich Albert 4. An Integrated Approach for Constructing, Coding, and Structuring a Body of Word Problems Theo Held 5. Modeling Knowledge as Competence and Performance Klaus Korossy 6. An Empirical Test of a Process Model for Letter Series Completion Problems Martin Schrepp III: APPLICATIONS 7. Organizing and Controlling Learning Processes Within Competence-Performance Structures Klaus Korossy 8. Structure and Design of an Intelligent Tutorial System Based on Skill Assignments Dietrich Albert and Martin Schrepp 9. Application of Doignon and Falmagne's Theory of Knowledge Structures to the Assessment of Motor Learning Processes Susanne Narciss