I love tripping over gems when going through my LibraryThing/Wikipedia project. It’s hard to know what category something I’m interesting in is in but when I come across it, it’s there. This one, Pattern Recognition (psychology) is one of them. I’ve looked at pattern recognition via computers for a long time — for years. I’m looked at it through neuroscience, biology, etc. But what about good old psychology? After all, that’s the baseline that neuroscience rests on. SO, here it is. Good ol’ CogSci. I kept sliding past it.

I love tripping over gems when going through my LibraryThing/Wikipedia project. It’s hard to know what category something I’m interesting in is in but when I come across it, it’s there. This one, Pattern Recognition (psychology) is one of them. I’ve looked at pattern recognition via computers for a long time — for years. I’m looked at it through neuroscience, biology, etc. But what about good old psychology? After all, that’s the baseline that neuroscience rests on.
 
SO, here it is. Good ol’ CogSci. I kept sliding past it.

Wikipedia: Pattern recognition (psychology)

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Works linking to this page (3)

Cognitive Foundations of Musical Pitch by Carol L. Krumhansl

Cognitive Psychology: A Student’s Handbook by Michael W. Eysenck

Patterns, Thinking, and Cognition: A Theory of Judgment by Howard Margolis

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