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Learning As Self-organization by Joseph S. King, Karl H. Pribram

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Nonlinear Phenomena in Learning Processes

Michael Stadler

Nonlinear Phenomena in Learning Processes

Michael Stadler, Günter Vetter, John D. Haynes & Peter Kruse

Institute of Psychology and Cognition Research

and Center for Cognitive Sciences,

University of Bremen, D-28334 Bremen/Germany

Learning as self-organization

On the 1st Appalachian Conference we had the opportunity to present a synergetic view of order - chaos - order transitions in multistable perceptual processes (Stadler & Kruse 1993, Kruse & Stadler 1995). This time we shall deal with learning processes in which order - chaos - higher order phase transitions have to be expected.

The existence of nonlinear phenomena in the behavior of a system is a necessary condition and a strong ...

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