Christian Paterson

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BACKGROUND A four-partner, non-fundholding, urban practice with 6000 patients has since September 1991 worked closely with nine complementary practitioners working part time on a private, fee-paying basis. AIM This study set out to describe and evaluate a model of integrating complementary practitioners into the primary health care team. METHOD A(More)
Introduction A major task for cognitive science is to design architectures for intelligent agents capable of accounting for the diverse phenomena studied by psychologists and encountered in ordinary life. The explanations must involve the ideas of control and information: in particular control by information-rich states (Sloman 1994b). A collection of(More)
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