Volume 3, Number 1, March 2002
: A modular neural-network model of the basal ganglia's role in learning and selecting motor behaviours.
: Bootstrapping in miniature language acquisition.
Marsha C. Lovett
: Modeling selective attention: Not just another model of Stroop (NJAMOS).
, Peter C.-H. Cheng
: Extending task analytic models of graph-based reasoning: A cognitive model of problem solving with Cartesian graphs in ACT-R/PM.
: A model of individual differences in skill acquisition in the Kanfer-Ackerman air traffic control task.
: An explanation of the length effect for rotated words.
Volume 3, Number 2, June 2002
: Recurrent networks for structured data - A unifying approach and its properties.
: Learning the systematic transformation of holographic reduced representations.
Volume 3, Number 3, September 2002
: Introduction to the special issue on situated and embodied cognition.
: Representation in dynamical and embodied cognition.
: An ecological approach to embodiment and cognition.
Steven M. Kemp
: Operationalizing situated cognition and learning.
: The physical symbol grounding problem.
William J. Clancey
: Simulating activities: Relating motives, deliberation, and attentive coordination.
: Situatedness in translation studies.
Volume 3, Number 4, December 2002
Eric O. Postma
: Review of Dynamic Vision: From Images to Face Recognition: S. Gong, S. McKenna & A. Psarrou; Imperial College Press, 2000.