Definition of ACT-R

Definition of ACT-R ACT-R ACT-R is a model of information processing that integrates a network representation for declarative knowledge and a production-system representation for procedural knowledge. References Sternberg, R. Sternberg, K & Mio, J. (2012). Attention. Cognitive Psychology (6t ed.). Mason, Ohio: Cengage.        

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Definition of Adaptive Control of Thought

Definition of Adaptive Control of Thought Adaptive Control of Thought (ACT) In Adaptive Control of thought (ACT), procedural knowledge is represented in the form of production systems. Declarative knowledge is represented in the form of propositional networks. References Sternberg, R. Sternberg, K & Mio, J. (2012). Attention. Cognitive Psychology (6t ed.). Mason, Ohio: Cengage.          

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The Legend of Jack Tatum

Jack Tatum Deserves a spot in Canton This year’s 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class has already been announced with the committee deciding on Tim Brown, Junior Seau, Jerome Bettis, Charles Haley, Will Shields, Mick Tingelhoff, Ron Wolf and Bill Polian as being this year’s prestigious Pro Football Hall of Fame class. These much deserved players legacies will forever be enshrined in Canton, Ohio, along with the other NFL…

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Congratulations Tim Brown

Tim Brown Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame The 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class was announced Saturday in Phoenix, Arizona with legendary Oakland Raider receiver Tim Brown  finally earning his place in Canton. Tim Brown, a former Norte Dame Heisman Trophy winner and Oakland Raider legend ended his NFL career with 1,094 career catches, 14,934 receiving yards and 100 career touchdowns. Brown also played in 9 Pro…

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