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This list is intended to introduce some of the tools of Bayesian statistics and machine learning that can be useful to computational research in cognitive science. The first section mentions several useful general references, and the others provide supplementary readings on specific topics. If you would like to suggest some additions to the list, contact Tom Griffiths . The sections covered in this list are: There are no comprehensive treatments of the relevance of Bayesian methods to cognitive science. However, Trends in Cognitive Sciences recently ran a special issue (Volume 10, Issue 7) on probabilistic models of cognition ...
called “Acquired Taste.” I have only skimmed it, but it appears well worth a close read for anyone who cares about this kind of thing. The implication is that some modes of “faking it” may lead to a new degree of authenticity, and pleasure. Of the themes we explored in the podcast, I would say that religion is perhaps the likeliest candidate for this process, although that is not something Melchionne addresses. I thought of the paper while reading this interesting Times article on cilantro. (I love Harold McGee : food + chemistry = fascinating.) When I first moved ... Read More
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