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Engaging with Questions of Higher Order

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Aschner, M. / Gallagher, J. / Perry, J. / Afsar, S. / Jenné, W. / Farr, H.  System for classifying thought processes in the context of classroom verbal interaction. University of Illinois, 1961.

Blanchette, Judith.  Questions in the Online Learning Environment. Journal of Distance Education, 2003. [text]

Bloom, B. S.  (Ed.).    Taxonomy of educational objectives: the classification of educational goals: Handbook I: Cognitive Domain. Longmans,1956. [taxonomy]

Michiel Borkent Riemer van Rozen. On logic and questions in dialogue systems, 1999 [text]

Browne, M. Neil / Keeley, Stuart.  Asking the Right Questions. Prentice-Hall, 2001, 6th ed.

Bruin, John.  Homo Interrogans. University of Ottawa Press 2001.

Burger, John / Cardie, Claire.  Issues, Tasks and Program Structures to Roadmap Research in Question and Answering (Q-and-A). 2002. [text]

Cantarella, Jason / DeTurck, Dennis / Gluck, Herman / Teytel, Mikhail.  Influence of Geometry and Topology on Helicity. [text]

Carbonell, Jaime / Harman, Donna.  Vision Statement to Guide Research in Question and Answering (Q-and-A) and Text Summarization. 2000. [text]

Cheng, Lisa Lai-Shen.  On Q-and-A the Typology of WH-Questions. Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics Series. Garland Publishing, New York and London, 1997, 210 pages.. [review]

Geyer, Gessner.  Tacit Knowledge in Organizations. 2001. [text]

Groenendijk, Stokhof.  1997. Questions. In: J. van Benthem and A. ter Meulen (eds), Handbook of Logic and Lan-guage, Elsevier/MIT Press, 1997, pp. 1055-1124.

De Boni, Marco.  Information Extraction, Query-Relevant Summarization and Question Answering: an Overview. 2000-2001. [text]

Gardner, Howard.  Frames of Mind: the theory of multiple intelligences. London, Heinemann, 1984.

Gomez, Miguel Casas.  A functional description of semantic relationships. [text]

Graesser, Arthur C. / Murachver, T.  Symbolic procedures of question answering. In: A.C. Graesser, J.B. Black (Eds.), The psychology of questions. Lawrence Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, 1985, 15-88.

Hofstadter, Douglas.  Gödel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid. Vintage Books, 1979.

Johnson, J.  Conceptual Problems as Obstacles to Progress in Political Science: Four Decades of Political Culture Research. Journal of Theoretical Politics, January 2003, 15, 1, pp. 87-115.

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Judge, Anthony.  Questionable answers, 1995. [text]

Keyes, John G.  Using Conceptual Categories of Questions to Measure Differences in Retrieval Performance. 1996. [text]

Lehnert, W. G.  The Process of Question Answering: a computer simulation of cognition. Lawrence Erlbaum, 1978.

Lehnert, W. G.  Question Answering in a Story Understanding System. Research Report #57, Yale University, 1975.

Lehnert, W. G.  A conceptual theory of question answering. In: B. J. Grosz, K. Sparck Jones and B. L. Webber (Eds.). Natural Language Processing, Kaufmann, Los Altos, CA, 1986, pp. 651-657.

Leydesdorff, Loet.  A Sociological Theory of Communication: the self-organization of the knowledge-based society. Universal Publishers, 2000.

Leydesdorff, Loet.  Knowledge-Based Innovation Systems and the Model of a Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations. In Proceedings New Economic Windows: New Paradigms for the New Millennium, Salerno, Italy. 2001. [text]

Leydesdorff, Loet.  The Mutual Information of University-Industry-Government Relations: An Indicator of the Triple Helix Dynamics Scientometrics. [text]

Li, Xin / Roth, Dan.  Learning Question Classifiers. [text]

Lin, Jimmy.  The Web as a Resource for Question Answering: Perspectives and Challenges. 2002. [text]

Maruyama, Magoroh.  Mindscapes, social patterns and future development of scientific theory types. Cybernetica, 1980, 23, 1, pp. 5-25.

Narby, Jeremy.  The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge. Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1999.

Nunley, Kevin.  How to convince others by skillfully using twisted logic. 1997. [text]

Paul, Richard.  Critical Thinking: How to Prepare Students for a Rapidly Changing World, 1993.. [text]

Prochaska, J. O. / Norcross, J. C.  Stages of Change. Psychotherapy, 2001, 38, pp. 443- 448.

Reder, L. M.  Strategy-selection in question answering. Cognitive Psychology, 19, 1987, pp. 90-134.

Rej, Anup.  Knotting and Unknottng: the ultimate mystery from cosmology and particle physics to biology. 2002. [text]

Rickards, D. A.  Questions about Questions. 2000. [text]

Sallantin, Xavier.  Genetics: the digital key to genetic coding. Laboratoire de recherches épistémologiques. [text]

Sarkar, Bidyut.  A Hypothetical Cognitive Model: an approach to Self-Designing. [text]

Sheth, Amit / Arpinar, Budak / Kashyap, Vipul.  Relationships at the Heart of Semantic Web: Modeling, Discovering and Exploiting Complex Semantic Relationships. University of Georgia, 2002. [text]

Singer, M.  Question answering strategies and conceptual knowledge. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 29, 1991, pp. 143-146.

Singer, Murray.  Processes of Question Answering. In: G. Rickheit, T. Herrmann and W. Deutsch (Eds.), Psycholinguistik-Psycholinguistics. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.. [text]

Tanur, Judith M.  Questions About Questions: Inquiries into the Cognitive Bases of Surveys. Russell Sage Foundation, 1991.

Walsdorf, A. / Onken, R. / Rataj, J.  Cognitive HelicopterCockpit: From Human Operator to a Cooperation between Man and Cognitive Assistant System, In-ternationales Hubschrauber Forum 2000, Bückeburg, 5.-6. Juli, 2000.

Wells, G. L. / Windschitl, P. D.  What's in a question?. Contemporary Psychology, 38, 1003, pp. 383-385  (Review of the book Questions About Questions).

Zylstra, U.  Intelligent-Design Theory: An Argument for Biotic Laws. Zygon, March 2004, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 175-191. [abstract]

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