Jacqueline Griego

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Analogical problem solving is mostly described as transfer of a source solution to a target problem based on the structural correspondences (mapping) between source and target. Derivational analogy (Carbonell, Machine learning: an artificial intelligence approach Los Altos. Morgan Kaufmann, 1986) proposes an alternative view: a target problem is solved by(More)
Individuals learn to read by gradually recognizing repeated letter combinations. However, it is unclear how or when neural mechanisms associated with repetition of basic stimuli (i.e., strings of letters) shift to involvement of higher-order language networks. The present study investigated this question by repeatedly presenting unfamiliar letter strings in(More)
The hippocampal complex, is widely accepted as the structure supporting the acquisition of declarative memories. Another less unanimously shared position is that the same structures, which are necessary for the acquisition of declarative memories, are involved in the maintenance of them in the period after the initial learning occurred. Evidence from(More)
MOVID MOVID Motion influence on decision-making processes. A bounded rational approach within dynamic cognitive tuning frameworks. Acknowledgements The idea of writing this Bachelor thesis in the field of cognitive decision-making evolved during an internship at the Max-Planck-Institute in Berlin where I was introduced to the dynamical framework of(More)
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