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Published by JAI Press in Greenwich, Conn, London .
Written in English


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Statementeditors: Chuck Stubbart, James R. Meindl, Joseph F. Porac. Vol.5, 1994.
ContributionsMeindl, James R., Stubbart, Charles., Porac, Joseph F.
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Open LibraryOL22451949M
ISBN 101559384476
OCLC/WorldCa232054640

Cognition and Organizational Analysis: Whos Minding the Store? This paper provides a framework for organizing research and theory on cognition as discussed in the organizational literature. Cognition is described in terms of structure, process and style. As a property of systems, and thereby independent of a specificFile Size: 1MB. and information theory’s focus on statistics; • Studying problem solving, language understanding, and other tasks that involve thinking (i.e., high-level cognition); • Emphasizing the central role of mental structures and processes in such complex behavior. Artificial intelligence and ‘information-processing’ psychologyFile Size: KB.


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