Meaning of ANDERSON, JOHN R. in English

ANDERSON, JOHN R.

(b. 1947, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Ph.D. Psychology, Stanford University, 1972.) Anderson is well known for proposing ACT theory, intended to be a complete theory of higher-level human cognition, according to which human cognition arises as an interaction between declarative and procedural knowledge structures.

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