Computational modeling in cognition: Principles and practice

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Computational Modelling in Psychology introduces the principles of using computational models in psychology and provides a clear idea about how model construction, parameter estimation and model selection are carried out in practice. The book is written at a level that permits readers with a background in cognition, but without any modeling expertise. The authors present the content step-by-step by moving from the basic concepts of modeling to issues and application. The book is structured to make clear the logic of individual component techniques and how they relate to each other. The authors focus on the logic of models and the types of arguments that can be made from them, as well as providing detailed practical knowledge about parameter-estimation techniques and model selection and so on. Readability is emphasized throughout to make the necessary mathematics and programming less daunting for beginners. The book's supporting web page provides additional information and programming code.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited States
PublisherSAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages359
ISBN (Print)9781483349428
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2011


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