THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
School of Computer Science
THE COGNITION AND AFFECT PROJECT

DOCUMENTS WRITTEN IN THE YEARS 1962-1979 (APPROXIMATELY)

(Some of the documents were inserted under the year they were added to this directory. See
http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/projects/cogaff/#contents

PAPERS 1962-80 CONTENTS LIST
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This file is http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/projects/cogaff/62-80.html
Maintained by Aaron Sloman -- who does not respond to Facebook requests.
It contains an index to files relevant to the Cognition and Affect Project's FTP/Web directory produced or published in the years 1962-1980. Some of the papers published in this period were produced earlier and are included in one of the lists for an earlier period. Some older papers recently digitised have also been included. http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/cogaff/0-INDEX.html#contents

A list of PhD and MPhil theses was added in June 2003

This file Last updated: 10 Jun 2012; 7 Jul 2012; 24 Mar 2014


PAPERS IN THE COGNITION AND AFFECT DIRECTORY
Produced or published in 1962-1980 (Approximately)
(Latest first)

Many of the papers listed here are in postscript and PDF format. Some, especially more recent additions are in PDF only.


The following Contents list (in reverse chronological order) contains links to locations in this file giving further details, including abstracts, and links to the papers themselves.

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CONTENTS BY YEAR OF PUBLICATION OR PRESENTATION
(1962 - 1980)


CONTENTS -- FILES 1962-1980 (Latest First)

What follows is a list of links to more detailed information about each paper. From there you can select the actual papers, in various formats, e.g. PDF, postscript and some in html.



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Older files in this directory (pre 20XX) are accessible via the main index


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See also the School of Computer Science Web page.

This file is maintained by Aaron Sloman, and designed to be lynx-friendly, and viewable with any browser.
Email A.Sloman@cs.bham.ac.uk