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1. D. Davidson, S. Siegal, P. Suppes, 1955. Some Experiments and Related Theory on the Measurement of Utility and Subjective Probability.

2. P. Suppes, 1955. Note on Computing All Optimal Solutions of a Dual Linear Programming Problem.

3. D. Davidson, P. Suppes, 1956. Experimental Measurement of Utility by Use of a Linear Programming Model.

4. E.W. Adams, R.F. Fagot, 1956. A Model of Riskless Choice.

5. R.C. Atkinson, 1956. A Comparison of Three Models for a Humphreys-Type Conditioning Situation.

6. D. Scott, P. Suppes, 1957. Foundational Aspects of Theories of Measurement.

7. M. Gerlach, 1957. Interval Measurement of Subjective Magnitudes With Subliminal Difference.

8. R.C. Atkinson, P. Suppes, 1957. An Analysis of Two-Person Game Situations in Terms of Statistical Learning Theory.

9. R.C. Atkinson, P. Suppes, 1957. An Analysis of a Two-Person Interaction Situation in Terms of a Markov Process.

10. J. Popper, R.C. Atkinson, 1957. Discrimination Learning in a Verbal Conditioning Situation.

11. P. Suppes, K. Walsh, 1957. A Nonlinear Model for the Experimental Measurement of Utility.

12. E. Adams, S. Messick, 1957. An Axiomatization of Thurstone's Successive Intervals and Paired Comparisons Scaling Models.

13. R.F. Fagot, 1957. An Ordered Metric Model of Individual Choice Behavior. (as appeared in Psychometrika vol. 24, 1958, pp. 157-168; it has been slightly edited from the original)

14. H.L. Royden, P. Suppes, K. Walsh, 1957. A Model for the Experimental Measurement of the Utility of Gambling.

15. P. Suppes, 1957. Two Formal Models for Moral Principles.

16. W.K. Estes, P. Suppes, 1957. Foundations of Statistical Learning Theory, I. The Linear Model for Simple Learning.

17. D. Davidson, J. Marshak, 1958. Experimental Tests of a Stochastic Decision Theory.

18. J. Lamperti, P. Suppes, 1958. Chains of Infinite Order and Their Application to Learning Theory.

19. P. Suppes, 1958. A Linear Learning Model for a Continuum of Responses.

20. P. Suppes, 1958. Measurement, Empirical Meaningfulness and Three-Valued Logic.

21. P. Suppes, R.C. Atkinson, 1959. Markov Learning Models for Multiperson Situations, I. The Theory.

22. J. Lamperti, P. Suppes, 1959. Some Asymptotic Properties of Luce's Beta Learning Model.

23. P. Suppes, 1959. Behavioristic Foundations of Utility.

24. P. Suppes, F. Krasne, 1959. Application of Stimulus Sampling Theory to Situations Involving Social Pressure.

25. P. Suppes, 1959. Stimulus Sampling for a Continuum of Responses.

26. W.F. Estes, P. Suppes, 1959. Foundations of Statistical Learning Theory, II. The Stimulus Sampling Model.

27. P. Suppes, R.C. Atkinson, 1959. Markov Learning Models for Multiperson Situations, II. Methods of Analysis.

28. R.C. Atkinson, 1960. The Use of Models in Experimental Psychology.

29. R.C. Atkinson, 1960. A Generalization of Stimulus Sampling Theory.

30. P. Suppes, J.M. Carlsmith, 1960. Experimental Analysis of a Duopoly Situation from the Standpoint of Mathematical Learning Models.

31. G.H. Bower, 1960. Properties of the One-Element Model as Applied to Paired Associate Learning.

32. J.H. Blau, 1960. The Combining of Classes Condition in Learning Theory.

33. P. Suppes, 1960. A Comparison of the Meaning and Uses of Models in Mathematics and the Empirical Sciences.

34. P. Suppes, J. Zinnes, 1960. Stochastic Learning Theories for a Response Continuum With Non-Deterministic Reinforcement.

35. P. Suppes, R. Ginsberg, 1960. Application of a Stimulus Sampling Model to Children's Concept Formation of Binary Numbers, With and Without an Overt Correction Response.

36. G.H. Bower, 1960. Response Strengths and Choice Probability: A Consideration of Two Combination Rules.

37. G.H. Bower, 1961. Application of the All-or-None Conditioning Model to the Learning of Compound Responses.

38. P. Suppes, M. Schlag-Rey, 1961. Test of Some Learning Models for Double Contingent Reinforcement.

39. P. Suppes, R. Ginsberg, 1961. A Fundamental Property of All-or-None Models, Binomial Distribution of Responses Prior to Conditioning, With Application to Concept Formation in Children.

40. J. Theios, 1961. A Three-State Markov Model for Learning.

41. G.H. Bower, 1961. General Three-State Markov Learning Models.

42. R.C. Atkinson, 1961. A Variable Threshold Model for Signal Detection.

43. R.C. Atkinson, 1961. Mathematical Models in Research on Perception and Learning.

44. P. Suppes, 1962. Towards a Behavorial Foundation of Mathematical Proofs.

45. P. Suppes, J.L. Zinnes, 1962. Basic Measurement Theory.

46. R.C. Atkinson, E.C. Carterette, R.A. Kinchia, 1962. Sequential Phenomena in Psychophysical Judgements: A Theoretical Analysis.

47. R.C. Atkinson, 1962. A Variable Sensitivity Theory of Signal Detection.

48. R.C. Atkinson, W.K. Estes, 1962. Stimulus Sampling Theory.

49. P. Suppes, E. Crothers, R. Weir, E. Trager, 1962. Some Quantitative Studies of Russian Consonant Phoneme Discrimination.

50. R.C. Atkinson, R.C. Calfee, 1962. Mathematical Learning Theory.

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51. P. Suppes, E. Crothers, R. Weir, 1962. Application of Mathematical Learning Theory and Linguistic Analysis to Vowel Phoneme Matching in Russian Words.

52. R.C. Atkinson, R. Calfee, G. Sommer, W. Jeffrey, R. Shoemaker, 1963. A Test of Models for Stimulus Compounding With Children.

53. E. Crothers, 1963. General Markov Models for Learning With Inter-Trial Forgetting.

54. J.L. Meyers, R.C. Atkinson, 1963. Choice Behavior and Reward Structure.

55. R.E. Robinson, 1963. A Set-Theoretical Approach to Empirical Meaningfulness of Measurement Statements.

56. E. Crothers, R. Weir, P. Palmer, 1963. The Role of Transcription in the Learning of the Orthographic Representations of Russian Sounds.

57. P. Suppes, 1963. Problems of Optimization in Learning a List of Simple Items.

58. R.C. Atkinson, E.J. Crothers, 1963. Theoretical Note: All-or-None Learning and Intertrial Forgetting.

59. R.C. Calfee, 1963. Long-Term Behavior of Rats Under Probabilistic Reinforcement Schedules.

60. R.C. Atkinson, E.J. Crothers, 1963. Tests of Acquisition and Retention Axioms for Paired-Associate Learning.

61. W.J. McGill, J. Gibbon, 1963. The General-Gamma Distribution and Reaction Time.

62. M.F. Norman, 1963. Incremental Learning on Random Trials.

63. P. Suppes, 1964. The Development of Mathematical Concepts in Children.

64. P. Suppes, 1964. Mathematical Concept Formation in Children.

65. R.C. Calfee, R.C. Atkinson, T. Shelton, Jr., 1964. Mathematical Models for Verbal Learning.

66. L. Keller, C.J. Burke, M. Cole, W.K. Estes, 1964. Paired Associate Learning With Differential Rewards.

67. M.F. Norman, 1964. A Probabilistic Model for Free-Responding.

68. W.K. Estes, H.A. Taylor, 1965. Visual Detection in Relation to Display Size and Redundancy of Critical Elements.

69. P. Suppes, J. Donio, 1965. Foundations of Stimulus-Sampling Theory for Continuous-Time Processes.

70. R.C. Atkinson, R.A. Kinchla, 1965. A Learning Model for Forced-Choice Detection Experiments.

71. E.J. Crothers, 1965. Presentation Orders for Items From Different Categories.

72. P. Suppes, G. Groen, M. Schlag-Rey, 1965. Some Models for Response Latency in Paired-Associates Learning.

73. M.V. Levine, 1965. The Generalization Function in the Probability Learning Experiment.

74. D. Hansen, T.S. Rodgers, 1965. An Exploration of Psycholinguistic Units in Initial Reading.

75. B.C. Arnold, 1965. A Correlated Urn-Scheme for a Continuum of Responses.

76. C. Izawa, W.K. Estes, 1965. Reinforcement-Test Sequences in Paired-Associate Learning.

77. S.L. Blehart, 1965. Pattern-Discrimination Learning With Rhesus Monkeys.

78. J.L. Phillips, R.C. Atkinson, 1965. The Effects of Display Size on Short-Term Memory.

79. R.C. Atkinson, R.M. Shiffrin, 1965. Mathematical Models for Memory and Learning.

80. P. Suppes, 1965. The Psychological Foundations of Mathematics.

81. P. Suppes, 1965. Computer-Assisted Instruction in the Schools: Potentialities, Problems, Prospects.

82. R. A. Kinchla, J. Townsend, J.I. Yellott, Jr., R.C. Atkinson, 1965. Influence of Correlated Visual Cues on Auditory Signal Detection.

83. P. Suppes, M. Jerman, G. Groen, 1965. Arithmetic Drills and Review on a Computer-Based Teletype.

84. P. Suppes, L. Hyman, 1965. Concept Learning With Non-Verbal Geometric Stimuli.

85. P.W. Holland, 1965. A Variation on the Minimum Chi-Square Test.

86. P. Suppes, 1965. Accelerated Program in Elementary-School Mathematics--The Second Year.

87. P. Lorenzen, F. Binford, 1965. Logic as a Dialogical Game.

88. L. Keller, W.J. Thomson, J.R. Tweedy, R.C. Atkinson, 1965. The Effects of Reinforcement Interval on the Acquisition of Paired-Associate Responses.

89. J.I. Yellot, Jr., 1965. Some Effects of Noncontingent Success in Human Probability Learning.

90. P. Suppes, G. Groen, 1966. Some Counting Models for First-Grade Performance Data on Simple Addition Facts.

91. P. Suppes, 1966. Information Processing and Choice Behavior.

92. G. Groen, R.C. Atkinson, 1966. Models for Optimizing the Learning Process.

93. R.C. Atkinson, D. Hansen, 1966. Computer-assisted Instruction in Initial Reading: The Stanford Project.

94. P. Suppes, 1966. Probabilistic Inference and the Concept of Total Evidence.

95. P. Suppes, 1966. The Axiomatic Method in High-School Mathematics.

96. R.C. Atkinson, J.W. Brelsford, R.M. Shiffrin, 1966. Multi-process Models for Memory with Applications to a Continuous Presentation Task.

97. P. Suppes, E. Crothers, 1966. Some Remarks on Stimulus-Response Theories of Language-Learning.

98. R. Bjork, 1966. All-or-none Subprocesses in the Learning of Complex Sequences.

99. E. Gammon, 1966. The Statistical Determination of Linguistic Units.

100. P. Suppes, L. Hyman, M. Jerman, 1966. Linear Structural Models for Response and Latency Performance in Arithmetic.

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101. J.L. Young, 1966. Effects of Intervals between Reinforcements and Test Trials in Paired-associate Learning.

102. H.A. Wilson, 1966. An Investigation of Linguistic Unit Size in Memory Processes.

103. J.T. Townsend, 1966. Choice Behavior in a Cued-recognition Task.

104. W.H. Batchelder, 1966. A Mathematical Analysis of Multi-level Verbal Learning.

105. H.A. Taylor, 1966. The Observing Response in a Cued Psychophysical Task.

106. R.A. Bjork, 1966. Learning and Short-term Retention of Paired Associates in Relation to Specific Sequences of Interpretation Intervals.

107. R.C. Atkinson, R.M. Shiffrin, 1966. Some Two-process Models for Memory.

108. P. Suppes, C. Ihrke, 1967. Accelerated Program in Elementary-school Mathematics--the Third Year.

109. P. Suppes, I. Rosenthal-Hill, 1967. Concept Formation by Kindergarten Children in a Card-sorting Task.

110. R.C. Atkinson, R.M. Shiffrin, 1967. Human Memory: A Proposed System and Its Control Processes.

111. T.S. Rodgers, 1967. Linguistic Considerations in the Design of the Stanford Computer-based Curriculum in Intital Reading.

112. J.W. Brelsford, Jr., R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Spelling Drills Using a Computer-Assisted Instructional System.

113. R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Instruction in Initial Reading Under Computer Control: the Stanford Project.

114. J.W. Brelsford, Jr., R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Recall of Paired-Associates as a Function of Overt and Covert Rehearsal Procedures.

115. J.H. Stelzer. 1967. Some Results Concerning Subjective Probability Structures With Semiorders.

116. D.E. Rumelhart, 1967. The Effects of Interpresentation Intervals in Performance in a Continuous Paired-Associate Task.

117. E.J. Fishman, L. Keller, R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Massed vs. Distributed Practice in Computerized Spelling Drills.

118. G. Groen, 1967. An Investigation of Some Counting Algorithms for Simple Addition Problems.

119. H.A. Wilson, R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Computer-Based Instruction in Initial Reading: A Progress Report on the Stanford Project.

120. F.S. Roberts, P. Suppes, 1967. Some Problems in the Geometry of Visual Perception.

121. D. Jamison, 1967. Bayesian Decisions Under Total and Partial Ignorance.

D. Jamison, J. Kozielecki, 1967. Subjective Probabilities Under Total Uncertainty.

122. R.C. Atkinson, 1967. Computerized Instruction and the Learning Process.

123. W.K. Estes, 1967. Outline of a Theory of Punishment.

124. T.S. Rodgers, 1967. Measuring Vocabulary Difficulty: An Analysis of Item Variables in Learning Russian-English and Japanese-English Vocabulary Pairs.

125. W.K. Estes, 1967. Reinforcement in Human Learning.

126. G.L. Wolford, D.L. Wessel, W.K. Estes, 1968. Further Evidence Concerning Scanning and Sampling Assumptions of Visual Detection Models.

127. R.C. Atkinson, R.M. Shiffrin, 1968. Some Speculations on Storage and Retrieval Processes in Long-Term Memory.

128. J. Holmgren, 1968. Visual Detection With Imperfect Recognition.

129. L.B. Mlodnosky, 1968. The Frostig and the Bender Gestalt as Predictors of Reading Achievement.

130. P. Suppes, 1968. Information Processing and Choice Behavior.

131. G.M. Olson, 1968. Learning and Retention in a Continuous Recognition Task.

132. R.N. Hartley, 1968. An Investigation of List Types and Cues to Facilitate Initial Reading Vocabulary Acquisition.

133. P. Suppes, 1968. Stimulus-Response Theory of Finite Automata.

134. N. Moler, P. Suppes, 1968. Quantifier-Free Axioms for Constructive Plane Geometry.

135. W.K. Estes, D.P. Horst, 1968. Latency as a Function of Number of Reponse Alternatives in Paired-Associate Learning.

136. M. Schlag-Rey, P. Suppes, 1968. High-Order Dimensions in Concept Identification.

137. R.M. Shiffrin, 1968. Search and Retrieval Processes in Long Term Memory.

138. R.D. Freund, G.R. Loftus. R.C. Atkinson, 1968. Applications of Multiprocess Models for Memory to Continuous Recognition Tasks.

139. R.C. Atkinson, 1968. Information Delay in Human Learning.

140. R.C. Atkinson, J.E. Holmgren, J.F. Juola, 1969. Processing Time as Influenced by the Number of Elements in the Visual Display.

141. P. Suppes, E.F. Loftus, M. Jerman, 1969. Problem-Solving on a Computer-Based Teletype.

142. P. Suppes, M. Morningstar, 1969. Evaluation of Three Computer-Assisted Instruction Programs.

143. P. Suppes, 1969. On the Problems of Using Mathematics in the Development of the Social Sciences.

144. Z. Domotor, 1969. Probabilistic Relational Structures and Their Applications.

145. R.C. Atkinson, T.D. Wickens, 1969. Human Memory and the Concept of Reinforcement.

146. R.J. Titev, 1969. Some Model-Theoretic Results in Measurement Theory.

147. P. Suppes, 1969. Measurement: Problems of Theory and Application.

148. P. Suppes, C. Ihrke, 1969. Accelerated Program in Elementary-School Mathematics--The Fourth Year.

149. R. Rundus, R.C. Atkinson, 1969. Rehearsal Processes in Free Recall: A Procedure for Direct Observation.

150. P. Suppes, S. Feldman, 1969. Young Children's Comprehension of Logical Connectives.

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151. J.H. Laubsch, 1969. An Adaptive Teaching System for Optimal Item Allocation.

152. R.L. Klatsky, R.C. Atkinson, 1969. Memory Scans Based on Alternative Test Stimulus Representations.

153. J.E. Holmgren, 1970. Response Latency as an Indicant of Information Processing in Visual Search Tasks.

154. P. Suppes, 1970. Probabilistic Grammars for Natural Languages.

155. E.M. Gammon, 1970. A Syntactical Analysis of Some First-Grade Readers.

156. K.N. Wexler, 1970. An Automaton Analysis of the Learning of a Miniature System of Japanese.

157. R.C. Atkinson, J.A. Paulson, 1970. An Approach to the Psychology of Instruction.

158. R.C. Atkinson, J.D. Fletcher, H.C. Chetin, C.M. Stauffer, 1970. Instruction in Initial Reading under Computer Control: the Stanford Project.

159. D.J. Rundus, 1970. An Analysis of Rehearsal Processes in Free Recall.

160. R.L. Klatzky, J.F. Juola, R.C. Atkinson, 1970. Test Stimulus Representation and Experimental Context Effects in Memory Scanning.

161. W.A. Rottmayer, 1970. A Formal Theory of Perception.

162. E.J.F. Loftus, 1970. An Analysis of the Structural Variables that Determine Problem-solving Difficulty on a Computer-based Teletype.

163. J.A. Van Campen, 1971. Towards the Automatic Generation of Programmed Foreign-language Instructional Materials.

164. J. Friend, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. Computer-assisted Instruction in Programming: AID.

165. L.J. Hubert, 1971. A Formal Model for the Perceptual Processing of Geometric Configurations.

166. J.F. Juola, I.S. Fischler, C.T. Wood, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. Recognition Time for Information Stored in Long-term Memory.

167. R.L. Klatzky, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. Specialization of the Cerebral Hemispheres in Scanning for Information in Short-term Memory.

168. J.D. Fletcher, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. An Evaluation of the Stanford CAI Program in Initial Reading (Grades K through 3).

169. J.F. Juola, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. Memory Scanning for Words Versus Categories.

170. I.S. Fischler, J.F. Juola, 1971. Effects of Repeated Tests on Recognition Time for Information in Long-term Memory.

171. P. Suppes, 1971. Semantics of Context-free Fragments of Natural Languages.

172. J. Friend, 1971. Instruct Coders' Manual.

173. R.C. Atkinson, R.M. Shiffrin, 1971. The Control Processes of Short-term Memory.

174. P. Suppes, 1971. Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford.

175. D. Jamison, J.D. Fletcher, P. Suppes, R.C. Atkinson, 1971. Cost and Performance of Computer-Assisted Instruction for Compensatory Education.

176. J. Offir, 1971. Some Mathematical Models of Individual Differences in Learning and Performance.

177. R.C.Atkinson, J.F. Juola, 1971. Factors Influencing Speed and Accuracy of Word Recognition.

178. P. Suppes, A. Goldberg, G. Kanz, B. Searle, C. Stauffer, 1971. Teacher's Handbook for CAI Courses.

179. A. Goldberg, 1971. A Generalized Instructional System for Elementary Mathematical Logic.

180. M. Jerman, 1971. Instruction in Problem Solving and an Analysis of Structural Variables that Contribute to Problem-Solving Difficulty.

181. P. Suppes, 1971. On the Grammar and Model-theoretic Semantics of Children's Noun Phrases.

182. G. Kreisel, 1971. Five Notes on the Application of Proof Theory to Computer Science.

183. J.M. Maloney, 1972. An Investigation of College Student Performance on a Logic Curriculum in a Computer-assisted Instruction Setting.

184. J.E. Friend, J.D. Fletcher, R.C. Atkinson, 1972. Student Performance in Computer-assisted Instruction in Programming.

185. R.L. Smith, Jr., 1972. The Syntax and Semantics of ERICA.

186. A. Goldberg, P. Suppes, 1972. A Computer-assisted Instruction Program for Exercises on Finding Axioms.

187. R.C. Atkinson, 1972. Ingredients for a Theory of Instruction.

188. J.D. Bonvillian, V.R. Charrow, 1972. Psycholinguistic Implications of Deafness: A Review.

189. P. Arabie, S.A. Boorman, 1972. Multidimensional Scaling of Measures of Distance Between Partitions.

190. J. Ball, D. Jamison, 1972. Computer-assisted Instruction for Dispersed Populations: System Cost Models.

191. W.R. Sanders, J.R. Ball, 1972. Logic Documentation Standard for the Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences.

192. M.T. Kane, 1972. Variability in the Proof Behavior of College Students in a CAI Course in Logic as a Function of Problem Characteristics.

193. P. Suppes, 1972. Facts and Fantasies of Education.

194. R.C. Atkinson, J.F. Juola, 1972. Search and Decision Processes in Recognition Memory.

195. P. Suppes, R. Smith, M. Léveillé, 1972. The French Syntax and Semantics of PHILIPPE, Part I: Noun Phrases.

196. D. Jamison, P. Suppes, S. Wells, 1972. The Effectiveness of Alternative Instructional Methods: A Survey.

197. P. Suppes, 1972. A Survey of Cognition in Handicapped Children.

198. B. Searle, P. Lorton, Jr., A. Goldberg, P. Suppes, N. Ledet, C. Jones, 1973. Computer-assisted Instruction Program: Tennessee State University.

199. D.R. Levine, 1973. Computer-based Analytic Grading for German Grammar Instruction.

200. P. Suppes, J.D. Fletcher, M. Zanotti, P.V. Lorton, Jr., B.W. Searle, 1973. Evaluation of Computer-assisted Instructiom in Elementary Mathematics for Hearing-impaired Students.

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201. G.A. Huff, 1973. Geometry and Formal Linguistics.

202. C. Jensema, 1973. Useful Techniques for Applying Latent Trait Mental-test Theory.

203. A. Goldberg, 1973. Computer-assisted Instruction: The Application of Theorem-proving to Adaptive Response Analysis.

204. R.C. Atkinson, D.J. Herrmann, K.T. Wescourt, 1973. Search Processes in Recognition Memory.

205. J. Van Campen, 1973. A Computer-based Introduction to the Morphology of Old Church Slavonic.

206. R.B. Kimball, 1973. Self-optimizing Computer-assisted Tutoring: Theory and Practice.

207. R.C. Atkinson, J.D. Fletcher, E.J. Lindsay, J.O. Campbell, A. Barr, 1973. Computer-assisted Instruction in Initial Reading.

208. V.R. Charrow, J.D. Fletcher, 1973. English as the Second Language of Deaf Students.

209. J.A. Paulson, 1973. An Evaluation of Instructional Strategies in a Simple Learning Situation.

210. N. Martin, 1973. Convergence Properties of a Class of Probabilistic Adaptive Schemes Called Sequential Reproductive Plans.

211. J. Friend, 1973. Computer-assisetd Instruction in Programming: A Curriculum Description.

212. S.A. Weyer, 1973. Fingerspelling by Computer.

213. B.W. Searle, P. Lorton, Jr., P. Suppes, 1973. Structural Variables Affecting CAI Performance on Arithmetic Word Problems of Disadvantaged and Deaf Students.

214. P. Suppes, J.D. Fletcher, M. Zanotti, 1973. Models of individual trajectories in computer-assisted instruction for deaf students.

215. J.D. Fletcher, M.H. Beard, 1973. Computer-assisted instruction in language arts for hearing-impaired students.

216. J.D. Fletcher, 1973. Transfer from alternative presentations of spelling patterns in initial reading.

217. P. Suppes, J.D. Fletcher, M. Zanotti, 1973. Performance models of American Indian students on computer-assisted instruction in elementary mathematics.

218. J. Fiksel, 1973. A network-of-automata model for question-answering in semantic memory.

219. P. Suppes, 1973. The concept of obligation in the context of decision theory.

220. F.L. Rawson, 1973. Set-theoretical semantics for elementary mathematical language.

221. R. Schupbach, 1973. Toward a computer-based course in the history of the Russian language.

222. M. Beard, P. Lorton, B.W. Searle, R.C. Atkinson, 1973. Comparison of student performance under three lesson-selection strategies in computer-assisted instruction.

223. D.G. Danforth, D.R. Roger, P. Suppes, 1974. Learning models for real-time speech recognition.

224. M.R. Raugh, R.C. Atkinson, 1974. A mnemonic method for the acquisition of a second-language vocabulary.

225. P. Suppes, 1974. The semantics of children's language.

226. P. Suppes, E.M. Gammon, 1974. Grammar and semantics of some six-year-old black children's noun phrases.

227. N.W. Smith, 1974. A question-answering system for elementary mathematics.

228. A. Barr, M. Beard, R.C. Atkinson, 1974. A Rationale and description of the BASIC instructional program.

229. P. Suppes, 1974. Congruence of meaning.

230. P. Suppes, 1974. New foundations of onjective probability: Axioms for propensities.

231. P. Suppes, 1974. The structure of theories and the analysis of data.

232. P. Suppes, 1974. Popper's analysis of probability in quantum mechanics.

233. P. Suppes, 1974. The promise of universal higher education.

234. P. Suppes, 1974. Cognition: A survey.

235. P. Suppes, 1974. The place of theory in educational research.

236. V.R. Charrow, 1974. Deaf English-An investigation of the written English competence of deaf adolescents.

237. R.C. Atkinson, M.R. Raugh, 1974. An application of the mnemonic keyword method to the acquisition of a Russian vocabulary.

238. R.L. Smith, N.W. Smith, F.L. Rawson, 1974. CONSTRUCT: In search of a theory of meaning.

239. A. Goldberg, P.Suppes, 1974. Computer-assisted instruction in elementary logic at the university level.

240. R.C. Atkinson, 1974. Adaptive instructional systems: Some attempts to optimize the learning process.

241. P. Suppes, W. Rottmeyer, 1974. Automata.

242. P. Suppes, 1974. The essential but implicit role of modal concepts in science.

243. P. Suppes, M. Léveille, R.L. Smith, 1974. Developmental models of a child's French syntax.

244. R.L. Breiger, S.A. Boorman, P. Arabie, 1974. An algorithm for blocking relational data, with applications to social network analysis and comparison with multidimenional scaling.

245. P. Suppes, 1974. Aristotle's concept of matter and its relation to modern concepts of matter.

246. P. Suppes, 1974. The axiomatic method in the empirical sciences.

247. P. Suppes, 1974. The measurement of belief.

248. R. Smith, 1975. TENEX SAIL.

249. J.O. Campbell, E.J. Lindsay, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. Predicting reading achievement from measures available during computer-assisted instruction.

250. S.A. Weyer, A.B. Cannara, 1975. Children learning computer programming: Experiments with languages, curricula and programmable devices.

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251. P. Suppes, M. Zanotti, 1975. Stochastic incompleteness of quantum mechanics.

252. K.T. Westcourt, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. Fact retrieval processes in human memory.

253. P.G Matthews, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. Verification of algebra step problems: A chronometric study of human problem solving.

254. A.F. Antolini, 1975. An investigation of the feasibility of computer-based generation of pattern drills for first-year Russian.

255. J.A. Van Campen, R. Schupbach, 1975. Computer-aided anstruction in Old Church Slavic and the history of the Russian literary language.

256. M.R. Raugh, R.D. Shupbach, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. Teaching a large Russian language vocabulary by the mnemonic keyword method.

257. J. Friend, 1975. Programs students write.

258. E. Macken, R. van den Heuvel, P. Suppes, T. Suppes, 1975. Study of needs and technological opportunities in home-based education.

259. J.S. Oshen, 1975. The use of performance models in establishing norms on a mental arithmetic test.

260. A. Barr, M. Beard, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. The computer as a tutorial laboratory: The Stanford BIP project.

261. P. Suppes, 1975. Impact of computers on curriculum in the schools and universities.

262. R.L. Smith, W.V.G. Marinov, 1975. Computer-assisted axiomatic mathematics: Informal rigor.

263. A. Barr, 1975. Information networks for CAI curriculum.

264. V.G. Chant, R.C. Atkinson, 1975. Application of learning models and optimization theory to problems of instruction.

265. P. Suppes, R. Smith, M. Beard, 1975. University-level computer-assisted instruction at Stanford: 1975.

266. K. Galda, 1975. Logical reasoning and the Yucatec Maya language.

267. G. Benbassat, 1975. Time-domain two-dimensional pitch detection.

268. W.R. Sanders, G.V. Benbasset, R.L. Smith, 1976. Speech synthesis for computer assisted instruction: The MISS system and its applications.

269. R.L. Smith, L.H. Blaine, 1976. A generalized system for university mathematics instruction.

270. A. Barr, M. Beard, 1976. An instructional interpreter for BASIC.

271. A.B. Cannara, 1976. Experiments in teaching children computer programming.

272. A. Levine, 1976. Report on prosodic research.

273. R. Smith, F.L. Rawson, 1976. A multi-processing model of natural language understanding.

274. P. Suppes, 1976. Elimination of quantifiers in the semantics of natural language by use of extended relation algebras.

275. R. Smith, P. Suppes, 1976. Research on uses of audio and natural language in computer-assisted instruction.

276. P. Suppes, 1976. Approximate probability and expectation of gambles.

277. B. Searle, P. Suppes, 1976. The Nicaragua Radio Mathematics Project.

278. P. Suppes, 1976. From behaviorism to neobehaviorism.

279. P. Suppes, H. Warren, 1976. On the generation and classification of defence mechanisms.

280. P. Suppes, M. Zanotti, 1976. On the determinism of hidden variable theories with strict correlation and conditional statistical independence of observables.

281. P. Suppes, 1976. Testing theories and the foundations of statistics.

282. P. Suppes, B. Searle, 1976. Survey of the instructional use of radio, television, and computers in the United States.

283. P. Suppes, 1976. Archimedes' anticipation of conjoint measurement.

284. P. Suppes, 1976. Syntax and semantics of children's language.

285. P. Suppes, M. Léveillé, 1976. La compréhension des marques d'appartencance par les enfants.

286. P. Suppes, M. Zanotti, 1976. Necessary and sufficient conditions for existence of a unique measure strictly agreeing with a qualitative probability ordering.

287. A. Levine, 1977. English intonation and computerized speech synthesis.

288. K.T. Wescourt, M. Beard, L. Gould, 1977. Knowledge-based adaptive curriculum sequencing for CAI: Application of a network representation.

289. R. Laddaga, A. Levine, P. Suppes, 1977. Research on uses of audio and natural language processing in computer-assisted instruction: Third year report.

290. K.T. Wescourt, M. Beard, L. Gould, A. Barr, 1977. Knowledge-based CAI: CINs for individulaized curriculum sequencing.

291. M. Hinckley, J. Prebus, R. Smith, D. Ferris, 1977. VOCAL: Voice oriented curriculum author language.

292. K.T. Wescourt, L. Hemphill, 1978. Representing and teaching knowledge for troubleshooting/debugging.

293. L. Blaine, A. Levine, R. Ladagga, P. Suppes, 1978. Technical problems in implementing university-level computer-assisted instruction in mathematics and science: First annual report.

294. M.C. Hinckley, P. Suppes, 1978. Computer-assisted guidance: An individualized counseling system.

295. R. Laddaga, L. Blaine, P. Suppes, 1978. Productivity improvement in the teaching of philosophy: Final report.

296. M.E. Davis, T. Pettit, 1978. Using VOCAL: A guide for authors.

297. W. Seig, I. Lindstrom, 1978. Elementary proof theory: A computer-assisted course (Philosophy 167).

298. P.E. Wu, 1978. Construction and evalustion of a computer-assisted instrucyion curriculum in spoken Mandarin.

299. A. Levine, W.R. Sanders, 1978. The MISS speech synthesis system.

300. T.D. Tilson, 1978. Teaching first-grade mathematics by radio: Observations in six Nicaraguan classrooms.

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301. A. Levine, L. Blaine, P. Suppes, 1979. Technical problems in implementing university-level computer-assisted instruction in mathematics and science: Second annual report.

302. W.J. Wagner, Jr., 1979. Application of stochastic learning theory to elementary arithmetic exercises.

303. Z. Markosian, H. Seropian, J. Van Campen, 1980. A computer-based language instruction system with initial application to Armenian.

304. P. Suppes, M. Cohen, R. Laddaga, J. Anliker, R. Floyd, 1981. Research on process models of basic arithmetic skills.

305. L. Markosian, 1982. Development of a computer-based system of foreign language instruction for use at the post-secondary level, with initial application to Armenian.

306. R.E. Maas, P. Suppes, 1983. Procedural semantics for instructable robots.

307. C. Crangle, P. Suppes, 1985. A lexical-functional grammar for robot instruction.

308. C. Crangle, P. Suppes, 1986. Studies in natural semantics for instructable robots: Part 1.

309. T.A. Ager, 1985. VM/PSL: A portable, efficient LISP for the IBM 370.

310. P. Suppes, T. Ager, et al., 1987. Applications of computer technology to pre-college calculus: First annual report.

311. T.A. Ager, R.E. Maas, 1986. PSL/FORTRAN: Interface for VM/PSL on VM/CMS systems.

312. T.A. Ager, R.E. Maas, W.H. Graham, 1986. PSL/UGS: Graphics for VM/PSL on VM/CMS systems.

313. R. Chuaqui, P. Suppes, 1989. An educational deduction system for the differential and integral calculus.

314. P. Suppes, 1989. Uses of artificial intelligence in computer-based instruction.

315. T. Ager, M. Ravaglia, 1991. Interactive computer-based solutions to an advanced placement calculus examination.

316. P. Suppes, T. Ager, 1991. Computer-based calculus for high schools: Final Report MDR-87-51523.

317. P. Suppes, T. Ager, 1991. Computer-based advanced placement calculus for mathematically precocious students.

318. P. Suppes, M. Zanotti, 1991. Existence of hidden variables having only upper probabilities.

319. P. Suppes, R. Chuaqui, 1991. Foundations of infinitesimal analysis for scientists: An absolutely consistent free-variable positive fragment.

320. P. Suppes, N. Alyoshina, 1991. The definability of the qualitative independence of events in terms of extended indicator functions.

321. P. Suppes, M. Boettner, L. Liang, W. Zhu, M. Mints, 1991. Robotic machine learning of natural language: Preliminary Theory and Results.

322. P. Suppes, L. Liang, M. Boettner, 1991. Complexity issues in robotic machine learning of natural language.

323. P. Suppes, M. Boettner, L. Liang, 1992. Comprehension Grammar Generated from Machine Learning of Natural Language.


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