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Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Cognitive Science (Taking Sides)
Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Cognitive Science (Taking Sides) Marion Mason, Marion Mason 0072953284 9780072953282 This debate-style reader is assembled to introduce students to controversies in cognitive science. The scient
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Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Cognitive Science (Taking Sides) by Marion Mason, Marion Mason

This debate-style reader is assembled to introduce students to controversies in cognitive science. The scientific quest to understand human thinking and to imitate thinking artificially with computer software is surrounded by controversies from theory to application. The readings represent the arguments of leading cognitive scientists, researchers, and psychologists. They reflect opposing viewpoints and the issues have been selected for their substance, vitality, and relevance. By requiring students to analyze these issues and reach considered judgments, Taking Sides actively develops critical thinking, research, and presentation skills. For additional support for this title, visit our student website: www.dushkin.com/online

Author: Marion Mason, Marion Mason

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 464

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin

Publication Date: 2004-05-28

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ISBN: 0072953284


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