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Re: [ontolog-forum] Body Parts and Early-Learned Verbs

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From: "Lars Ludwig" <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2013 10:39:21 +0200
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>Otto Selz developed his theory of *schematic anticipation* in the 1920s.
>Adriaan de Groot applied Selz's theories in his psychological studies of
chess players, which he published in _Thought and Choice in Chess_.
>Newell & Simon invited de Groot to spend a year at CMU, where he influenced
much of the AI work there:  Ross Quillian cited Selz in his dissertation
_Semantic Memory_ (1966).  Newell & Simon cited Selz in their book _Human
Problem Solving_ (1972).    (01)

I guess when (rightly) mentioning Otto Selz (for schema[tic anticipation]),
one should also mention Richard Semon (for engram[matic association]).    (02)

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Lars Ludwig
www.artificialmemory.net    (04)

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