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Churcher, J. and Shadbolt, N. R. (1984) A Framework for Research in Cognitive Science.

Glaser, H., Hankin, C. L. and Till, D. (1984) Principles of functional programming. Prentice Hall.

Harnad, S. (1984) Commentaries, opinions and the growth of scientific knowledge. American Psychologist, 39 . 1497 - 1498.

Harnad, S. (1984) Commentary on Garfield: Anthropology journals: What they cite and what cites them. Current Anthropology, 25 . 521 - 522.

Harnad, S. (1984) Mind in society: Where the action is? Contemporary Psychology, 29 . pp. 951-953.

Harnad, S. (1984) Verifying machines' minds. Contemporary Psychology, 29 . 389 - 391.

Harnad, S. (1984) What are the scope and limits of radical behaviorist theory? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 7 . pp. 720-721.

Saini, J. S. and Zaluska, E. J. (1984) Design Tools for Digital Macro Systems, Software and Microsystems 3.

Saini, J. S. and Zaluska, E. J. (1984) Systematic Design Methodology and Performance Verification for Digital Macro Systems. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 17-31.

Shadbolt, N. R. (1984) Dynamic Aspects of Language Processing. Journal of Research in Reading, 7 (2). pp. 150-151.

Shadbolt, N. (1984) Constituting Reference in Natural Language: The Problem of Referential Opacity. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh.

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