By Mario Stefanelli, Marco Ramoni (auth.), David A. Evans, Vimla L. Patel (eds.)
Cognitive technological know-how is a multidisciplinary technology keen on figuring out and using versions of cognition. It has spawned a good dealof learn on functions resembling specialist platforms and clever tutoring platforms, and has interacted heavily with mental study. notwithstanding, it truly is ordinarily approved that it truly is tricky to use cognitive-scientific versions to scientific education and perform. This e-book relies on a NATO complex examine Workshop held in Italy in 1991, the aim of which was once to check the influence ofmodels of cognition on clinical education and perform and to stipulate destiny learn programmes pertaining to cognition and schooling, and particularly to think about the aptitude effect of cognitive technological know-how on scientific education and perform. an important discovery provided within the ebook is that the learn parts regarding man made intelligence, cognitive psychology, and scientific determination making are significantly nearer, either conceptually and theoretically, than some of the workshop members initially thought.
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Advanced Models of Cognition for Medical Training and Practice by Mario Stefanelli, Marco Ramoni (auth.), David A. Evans, Vimla L. Patel (eds.)