Patrick Suppes, Lucie Stern Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus  
 

Psychology


(1999) Biographical Memoir of Ernest Nagel. In J. A. Garraty and M. C. Carnes, (Eds.), American National Biography, Vol. 16. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 216-218.

With L. Liang. (1998) Concept learning rates and transfer performance of several multivariate neural network models. In C. E. Dowling, F. S. Roberts & P. Theuns (Eds.), Recent Progress in Mathematical Psychology. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 227-252.

(1995) Some foundational problems in the theory of visual space. In R.Duncan Luce, M. D'Zmura, D. Hoffman, G. J. Iverson & A. Kimbal Romney (Eds.), Geometric Representations of Perceptual Phenomena: Papers in honor of Tarow Indow on his 70th birthday. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 37-45.

With M. Pavel and J.Cl. Falmagne. (1994) Representations and models in psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 45, 517-544.

(1994) Voluntary motion, biological computation, and free will. In P. A. French, T.E. Uehling, Jr., and H.K. Wettstein (Eds.), Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Volume XIX, Philosophical Naturalism. University of Notre Dame Press, 452-467.

(1994) Stochastic Models of Reading. In J. Ygge and G. Lennerstrand (Eds.), Eye Movements in Reading. Pergamon, 349-364.

(1992) Problem spaces, language and connectionism: Issues for cognition. (Commentary/ A. Newell: Unified theories of cognition). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, 457-458.

(1992) Estes' statistical learning theory: Past, present, and future. In A.F. Healy, S.M. Kosslyn, R.M. Shiffrin (Eds.), From Learning Theory to Connectionist Theory: Essays in honor of William K. Estes, Volume 1. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 102-127.

(1991) The principle of invariance with special reference to perception. In J. Doignon & J. Falmagne (Eds.), Mathematical Psychology: Current Developments. New York: Springer Verlag, 35-53.

(1991) Can psychological software be reduced to physiological hardware? In E. Agazzi (Ed.), The Problem of Reductionism in Science. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 183-198.

(1990) Problems of extension, representation, and computational irreducibility. (Commentary/ Hanson & Burr: What connectionist models learn: Learning and representation in connectionist networks.) Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 507-508.

(1990) Eye-movement models for arithmetic and reading performance. In E. Kowler (Ed.), Reviews of Oculomotor Research, Vol. IV. Eye Movements and Their Role in Visual and Cognitive Processes. New York, Elsevier, 455-475.

(1989) Current directions in mathematical learning theory. In E. E. Roskam (Ed.) Mathematical Psychology in Progress. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 3-28.

(1989) Problems of axiomatics and complexity in studying numerical competence in animals. (Commentary/ Davis & Pérusse: Animal counting.) Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 599.

(1985) Some general remarks on the cognitive sciences. In W. Kintsch, J. R. Miller, and P. G. Polson (Eds.), Method and Tactics in Cognitive Science. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 297-304.

(1985) Davidson's views on psychology as a science. In B. Vermazen and M. B. Hintikka (Eds.), Essays on Davidson: Actions & events. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 183-194.

With M. Cohen, R. Laddaga, J. Anliker and R. Floyd. (1983) A procedural theory of eye movements in doing arithmetic. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 27, 341-369

With M. Cohen, R. Laddaga, J. Anliker and R. Floyd. (1982) Research on eye movements in arithmetic performance. In R. Groner and P.Fraisse (Eds.), Cognition and Eye Movements. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 57-73

With D. G. Danforth & D. R. Rogosa. (1981) Application of learning models to speech recognition over a telephone. In P. Suppes (Ed.), University-level Computer-assisted Instruction at Stanford: 1968-1980. Stanford, CA.: Stanford University, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, 589-600.

With M. Léveillé & R. Smith. (1979) Probabilistic modelling of the child's productions. In P. Fletcher & M. Garman (Eds.), Language Acquisition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 397-417.

(1979) The logic of clinical judgment: Bayesian and other approaches. In H. T. Engelhardt, Jr., S. F. Spicker, and B.Towers (Eds.), Clinical Judgment: A critical appraisal. Dordrecht, Holland: Reidel, 145-159.

With H. Warren. (1978) Psychoanalysis and American elementary education. In P. Suppes (Ed.), Impact of Research on Education: Some case studies. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education, 319-396.

(1978) A philosopher as psychologist. In T. S. Krawiec (Ed.), The Psychologists: Autobiographies of Distinguished Living Psychologists, Vol. 3. Brandon, VT.: Clinical Psychology Publishing Co., 261-288.

(1977) A survey of contemporary learning theories. In R. E. Butts & J. Hintikka (Eds.), Foundational Problems in the Special Sciences, Part 2 of the Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, London, Ontario, Canada, 1975. Dordrecht: Reidel, 217-239.

(1977) Is visual space Euclidean? Synthese, 35, 397-421.

(1977) Learning theory for probabilistic automata and register machines, with applications to educational research. In H. Spada & W. F. Kempf (Eds.), Structural Models of Thinking and Learning, Proceedings of the 7th IPN-Symposium on Formalized Theories of Thinking and Learning and their Implications for Science Instruction. Bern: Hans Huber Publishers, 57-79.

With M. Léveillé. (1976) La compréhension des marques d'appartenance par les enfants. Enfance, 3, 309-318.

(1976) Syntax and semantics of children's language. In W. R. Harnad, H. D. Steklis, & J. Lancaster (Eds.), Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 280, 227-237. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.

With H. Warren. (1975) On the generation and classification of defence mechanisms. The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 56, 405-414 Reprinted in R. Wollheim & J. Hopkins (Eds.), Philosophical Essays on Freud. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 163-179.

(1975) From behaviorism to neobehaviorism. Theory and Decision, 6, 269-285.

With W. Rottmayer. (1974) Automata. In E. C. Carterette & M. P. Friedman (Eds.), Handbook of Perception, Vol. 1: Historical and philosophical roots of perception. New York: Academic Press, 335-362.

(1974) A survey of cognition in handicapped children. Review of Educational Research, 44, 145-176. Reprinted in S. Chess & A. Thomas (Eds.), Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1975. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1975, 95-129.

(1974) Cognition: A survey. In J. A. Swets & L. L. Elliott (Eds.), Psychology and the Handicapped Child. Washington, DC: U.S.Government Printing Office, 109-126.

With W. K. Estes. (1974) Foundations of stimulus sampling theory. In D. H. Krantz, R. C. Atkinson, R. D. Luce, & P. Suppes (Eds.), Contemporary Developments in Mathematical Psychology, Vol. 1: Learning, memory, and thinking. San Francisco: Freeman, 163-183.

(1973) Theory of automata and its application to psychology. In G. J. Dalenoort (Ed.), Process Models for Psychology. Lecture notes of the NUFFIC International Summer Course, 1972. Rotterdam: Rotterdam University Press, 78-123.

(1972) Stochastic models in mathematical learning theory. In Mathematics in the Social Sciences in Australia. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 265-273.

With E. F. Loftus. (1972) Structural variables that determine the speed of retrieving words from long-term memory. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 11, 770-777.

With D. Jamison & D. Lhamon. (1970) Learning and the structure of information. In J. Hintikka & P. Suppes (Eds.), Information and Inference. Dordrecht: Reidel, 197-259.

(1969) Stimulus-response theory of automata and TOTE hierarchies: A reply to Arbib. Psychological Review, 76, 511-514. Reprinted in J. M. Scandura (Ed.), Structural Learning: II. Issues and approaches. New York: Gordon & Breach, 1976.

(1969) Stimulus-response theory of finite automata. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 6, 327-355. German translation: In M. Balzer & W. Heidelberger (Eds.), Zur Logik empirischer Theorien. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1983, 245-280.

With I. Rosenthal-Hill. (1968) Concept formation by kindergarten children in a card-sorting task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 6, 212-230.

With M. Schlag-Rey. (1968) Higher-order dimensions in concept identification. Psychonomic Science, 11, 141-142.

With R. R. Bush & R. D. Luce. (1968) Models, mathematical. In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Vol. 10. New York: Macmillan and Free Press, 378-386 Reprinted in International Encyclopedia of Statistics. New York: Free Press, 1978.

With F. S. Roberts. (1967) Some problems in the geometry of visual perception. Synthese, 17, 173-201.

With J. Donio. (1967) Foundations of stimulus-sampling theory for continuous-time processes. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 4, 202-225.

(1967) Conclusion (of Colloquium) and Discussion. In Les modèles et la formalisation du comportement. International colloquium of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 413-421.

(1967) The psychological foundations of mathematics. In Les modèles et la formalisation du comportement. International colloquium of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 213-242.

With E. Crothers. (1967) Experiments in Second-language Learning. New York: Academic Press, 371 pp.

(1966) Towards a behavioral psychology of mathematical thinking. In J. Bruner (Ed.), Learning about Learning, a conference report. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 226-234.

With G. Groen & M. Schlag-Rey. (1966) A model for response latency in paired-associate learning. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 3, 99-128.

With J. L. Zinnes. (1966) A continuous-response task with nondeterminate, contingent reinforcement. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 3, 197-216.

(1966) Mathematical concept formation in children. American Psychologist, 21, 139-150.

(1965) The kinematics and dynamics of concept formation. In Y. Bar-Hillel (Ed.), Proceedings for the 1964 International Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 405-414.

(1965) On the behavioral foundations of mathematical concepts. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 30, 60-96.

(1965) Towards a behavioral foundation of mathematical proofs. In K. Ajdukiewicz (Ed.), The Foundations of Statements and Decisions. Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Methodology of Science, September 18-23, 1961. Warsaw: PWN - Polish Scientific Publishers, 327-341.

With M. Schlag-Rey. (1965) Observable changes of hypotheses under positive reinforcement. Science, 148, 661-662.

With M. Schlag-Rey & G. Groen. (1965) Latencies on last error in paired-associate learning. Psychonomic Science, 2, 15-16.

With E. Karsh. (1964) Probability learning of rats in continuous-time experiments. Psychonomic Science, 1, 361-362.

(1964) On an example of unpredictability in human behavior. Philosophy of Science, 31, 143-148.

(1964) Problems of optimization in learning a list of simple items. In M. W. Shelly, II, & G. L. Bryan (Eds.), Human Judgments and Optimality. New York: Wiley, 116-126.

With H. Rouanet, M. Levine, & R. W. Frankmann. (1964) Empirical comparison of models for a continuum of responses with noncontingent bimodal reinforcement. In R. C. Atkinson (Ed.), Studies in Mathematical Psychology. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 358-379.

With H. Rouanet. (1964) A simple discrimination experiment with a continuum of responses. In R. C. Atkinson (Ed.), Studies in Mathematical Psychology. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 317-357.

(1964) Some current developments in models of learning for a continuum of responses. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Applications and Industry, 83, 297-305.

With R. Ginsberg. (1963) A fundamental property of all-or-none models, binomial distribution of responses prior to conditioning, with application to concept formation in children. Psychological Review, 70, 139-161.


With M. Schlag-Rey. (1962) Analysis of social conformity in terms of generalized conditioning models. In J. H. Criswell, H. Solomon, & P. Suppes (Eds.), Mathematical Methods in Small Group Processes. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 334-361.

With R. Ginsberg. (1962) Experimental studies of mathematical concept formation in young children. Science Education, 46, 230-240.

With R. Ginsberg. (1962) Application of a stimulus sampling model to children's concept formation with and without overt correction responses. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 330-336.

With M. Schlag-Rey. (1962) Test of some learning models for double contingent reinforcement. Psychological Reports, 10, 259-268.

With J. M. Carlsmith. (1962) Experimental analysis of a duopoly situation from the standpoint of mathematical learning theory. International Economic Review, 3, 60-78.

With J. Zinnes. (1961) Stochastic learning theories for a response continuum with non-determinate reinforcement. Psychometrika, 26, 373-390

With R. W. Frankmann. (1961) Test of stimulus sampling theory for a continuum of responses with unimodal noncontingent determinate reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, 122-132

With F. Krasne. (1961) Applications of stimulus sampling theory to situations involving social pressure. Psychological Review, 68, 46-59

With R. C. Atkinson. (1960) Markov Learning Models for Multiperson Interactions. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 296 pp.

(1959) Stimulus sampling theory for a continuum of responses. In K. J. Arrow, S. Karlin, & P. Suppes (Eds.), Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 348-365.

(1959) A linear model for a continuum of responses. In R. R. Bush & W. K. Estes (Eds.), Studies in Mathematical Learning Theory. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 400-414.

With W. K. Estes. (1959) Foundations of linear models. In R. R. Bush & W. K. Estes (Eds.), Studies in Mathematical Learning Theory. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 137-179.

With R. C. Atkinson. (1959) Applications of a Markov model to two-person noncooperative games. In R. R. Bush & W. K. Estes (Eds.), Studies in Mathematical Learning Theory. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 65-75.

With R. C. Atkinson. (1958) An analysis of two-person game situations in terms of statistical learning theory. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 55, 369-378