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Herbert A. Simon

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Artificial intelligence
"Herbert A. Simon"

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1978 was awarded to Herbert Simon for his pioneering research into the decision-making process within economic organizations.

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Cross-listing: MathTree - Econometree - PoliSci Tree


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Harold Lasswell grad student 1943 Chicago (PoliSci Tree)
Charles E. Merriam grad student 1943 Chicago (PoliSci Tree)
Henry Schultz grad student 1943 Chicago


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Gary L. Bradshaw grad student Carnegie Mellon
Marek J. Druzdzel grad student Carnegie Mellon (Econometree)
Fernand R. Gobet grad student Carnegie Institute
David Klahr grad student Carnegie Mellon
Kenneth Kotovsky grad student Carnegie Mellon
Pat Langley grad student Carnegie Mellon (Computer Science Tree)
John Fraser Muth grad student Carnegie Mellon
William F. Pounds grad student Carnegie Mellon
Russell Revlin grad student UC Santa Barbara (PsychTree)
Masaru Tomita grad student (Computational Biology Tree)
Allen Newell grad student 1949-1950 Carnegie Mellon
Edward Feigenbaum grad student 1960 Carnegie Institute of Technology (Computer Science Tree)
Oliver E. Williamson grad student 1963 Carnegie Mellon (Econometree)
Harry E. Pople grad student 1969 Carnegie Mellon (Computer Science Tree)
Richard Waldinger grad student 1969 Carnegie Mellon
Philip Bromiley grad student 1981 Carnegie Mellon (Econometree)
Charles Q. Wu grad student 1988-1992 Carnegie Mellon
Saras D. Sarasvathy grad student 1994-1998 Carnegie Mellon
Wenxuan Ding grad student 2002 Carnegie Mellon
Jeremy F. Gottlieb grad student 2003 Carnegie Mellon
Kathleen Emlen Metz post-doc Carnegie Mellon / Univ. of Pittsburgh
Alonso Vera post-doc 1990-1993 Carnegie Mellon


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William Chase collaborator Carnegie Mellon
Gerhard Fischer collaborator CU Boulder
Yuji Ijiri collaborator (Econometree)
James G. March collaborator (SocTree)
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Chase WG, Simon HA. (2013) The mind's eye in chess Readings in Cognitive Science: a Perspective From Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. 461-494
Klahr D, Simon HA. (2001) What have psychologists (and others) discovered about the process of scientific discovery? Current Directions in Psychological Science. 10: 75-79
Simon HA, Gobet F. (2000) Expertise effects in memory recall: comment on Vicente and Wang (1998). Psychological Review. 107: 593-600
Klahr D, Simon HA. (1999) Studies of scientific discovery: Complementary approaches and convergent findings Psychological Bulletin. 125: 524-543
Gobet F, Simon HA. (1998) Expert chess memory: revisiting the chunking hypothesis. Memory (Hove, England). 6: 225-55
Anderson JR, Reder LM, Simon HA. (1997) Situative versus cognitive perspectives: Form versus substance Educational Researcher. 26: 18-21
Gobet F, Richman H, Staszewski J, et al. (1997) Goals, Representations, and Strategies in a Concept Attainment Task: The Epam Model Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory. 37: 265-290
Gobet F, Simon HA. (1996) Recall of rapidly presented random chess positions is a function of skill. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 3: 159-63
Gobet F, Simon HA. (1996) Templates in chess memory: a mechanism for recalling several boards. Cognitive Psychology. 31: 1-40
Gobet F, Simon HA. (1996) Recall of random and distorted chess positions: implications for the theory of expertise. Memory & Cognition. 24: 493-503
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