About this series
Computational Approaches to Cognition and Perception is a series that aims to publish books that represent comprehensive, up-to-date overviews of specific research and developments as it applies to cognitive and theoretical psychology. The series as a whole provides a rich foundation, with an emphasis on computational methods and their application to various fields of psychology. Works exploring decision-making, problem solving, learning, memory, and language are of particular interest. Submitted works will be considered as well as solicited manuscripts, with all be subject to external peer review.
Books in this series serve as must-have resources for Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students of cognitive psychology, theoretical psychology, and mathematical psychology. Books in this series will also be useful supplementary material for doctoral students and post-docs, and researchers in academic settings.