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By Stanislaw Saks

ISBN-10: 0444408738

ISBN-13: 9780444408730

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The transformations attempted were similar to those categorized by Suppes and Warren [1975]. Colby's later work on simulations of paranoid processes (a direct ancestor of this work) was concerned with two tash (I) incorporating a specific theory of paranoia into a simulation model, and (2) developing an adequate set of normal and peripheral processes (Ianguage recognition and generation) to serve as a base for the theory. 3 The original model, PARRYI, [Colby, Weber, & Hilf, 1971) had an S-R paradigm as its base.

For example, the gear-shifting pattern would not contain elements from a pattern of conversational events, nor would it contain elements corresponding to speciftc muscular movements in the hands for shifting the gear lever. Such simultaneous pattern information on a different conceptual level would be inc\uded in a different pattern. 2 Pattern Activation Patterns may be active or inactive at any particular moment. A pattern is active when (part of) it matches the internal and/or external environment.

Previous work on belief systems by Abelson [1963) and Colby [1964) established the principles of: (a) associating affects with beliefs, and (b) a model responding to its own internal distress or conflict due to its beliefs. In Colby's [1964] model of neurotic processes, a pool of conceptually related beliefs was searched for conflict-generating beliefs. Then strategies were applied to reduce conflict. The transformations attempted were similar to those categorized by Suppes and Warren [1975]. Colby's later work on simulations of paranoid processes (a direct ancestor of this work) was concerned with two tash (I) incorporating a specific theory of paranoia into a simulation model, and (2) developing an adequate set of normal and peripheral processes (Ianguage recognition and generation) to serve as a base for the theory.

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