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This was a contribution to the Cognition and Affect project that led to the Ph.D. thesis of the first author (Luc P. Beaudoin). This paper was mostly written by the first author, although it is based on and develops ideas of the second author. The nursemaid scenario was first described by the second author (Sloman, 1986). The first author was in the process of implementing the model described in the paper.Thanks to Aluizio Arujo, Peter Greenfield, Inman Harvey, Tim Read, Edmund Shing, Sharon Wood, and Shiu Yuen for reading and commenting on drafts. The first author was supported by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom, and FCAR of Quebec.
Date created: 1991-10-01
Part of the SFU Library's 2016 Celebration of SFU Authors.
Date created: 2015
Date created: 2016-04-15
The concepts presented in this paper are discussed in more detail in Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective (Beaudoin, 2015).
Date created: 2015-05-27
Contains (a) a short introduction; (b) poster; (c) references.The original abstract peer-reviewed publication is:Beaudoin, L. P. (2015). Specification for a productive practice app to assess and improve psychological treatments for romantic grief and other tertiary emotions. Poster to be presented at ISRE 2015 in Geneva, July 2015 (International Society for Research on Emotions).
Date created: 2015-06-29
Published abstract and poster. Preliminary results. Data collection for this study is expected to be complete by the end of October 2015.
Date created: 2015-07-23
This describes a research project based on Beaudoin, L. P. Cognitive Productivity: Using Knowledge to Become Profoundly Effective. https://leanpub.com/cognitiveproductivity/
Date created: 2016-11
Date created: 2010-01-10
Preliminary results of a study under way at Université de Montréal that compares the cognitive shuffle ( serial diverse imagining) with backward counting (like "counting sheep"). Both treatments are assisted by a mobile app delivered on iPhone (using SomnoTest, a research version of mySleepButton®).
Date created: 2017-03-01
Handout for a workshop poster, updating the somnolent information processing theory.
Supplementary materials will be made available.This paper has ben submitted to AISB-2017 (Bath, England) http://aisb2017.cs.bath.ac.uk/index.html
Date created: 2017-01-25
This is a test of super-somnolent mentation theoretical framework using the Serial Diverse Imagining technique. CogSci Apps Corp.'s SomnoTest, which is a research version of mySleepButton, was used in the serial diverse imagining group. Submitted to SLEEP 2016 Conference in Dec 2015. Accepted for publication.
Date created: 2016-03-17
Action Research Project for Master of Education in Educational Leadership.
Date created: 2016-06
Action research project for Master of Education in Educational Leadership.
Date created: 2016-07