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from there to chemistry and physics, so in cognitive science intentional statements should be reducible to physiological or neurological ones. This so-called vertical reductionism presupposes the existence of bridging laws, which can completely explain concepts of one level in terms of another, lower level. Many cognitive scientists have an ambivalent relation with reductionism. On the one hand, the study of physiological or neurological structures is important, because they determine the constraints on reasoning. On the other hand, reasoning, thinking, and problem solving can be studied at their own (functional) level of description. Components and their properties at a higher level are more than just compositions of properties and components at a lower level. Higher levels can never completely be understood in terms of properties at a lower level. Stated differently, lower levels underdetermine higher levels. Newell and Simon s (1976) physical symbol system hypothesis is an example of this position. After the 1990s there was a strong tendency in cognitive science to favor the more reductionist position in which, if neurology is able to explain cognitive phenomena, higher levels of description are super uous. In our opinion, the discussion about the levels of description very well shows that cognitive science and therefore the study of problem solving, decision making, and planning cannot be reformulated merely as a technological discipline, in which more powerful and more sophisticated computations (and computers) will explain the proper functioning of the human mind or can replace problem solving or planning as performed by human cognition. Nor will better neurological research unveil the ultimate characteristic of human reasoning or planning. Better knowledge of computations and neurons is necessary, but this knowledge only gives a better understanding of the boundary conditions for thinking, reasoning, and planning, not for these activities themselves. Not only rational behavior, but especially behavior at the social band as Newell (1990) called it requires the existence of independent (higher) levels of description. From the above it can be deduced that we clearly argue in favor of the study of problem solving and planning at a functional level of description. We are looking at what planners are actually doing. In the empirical study in Section 4.3 we will look at aspects of memory, representation, and processing steps, but before we can go into the empirical details we have to explain better what it means to say that a planner uses his cognition and is a human information processing system. Cognitive Architecture and Representations. Research into the nature and functioning of mind and brain has a long and rich conceptual tradition (Gregory, 1987; Posner, 1989). Over the centuries, various terms have been coined to describe and explain mental or cognitive phenomena. Examples of these are ideas, images, symbols, representations, knowledge, neurons, consciousness, association, homunculus, intelligence, memory, reasoning, and thought. The enumeration of these terms is not at random. Two large categories can be distinguished. One of them focuses on the basic elements or entities involved in or forming the basis of cognitive or mental phenomena, such as ideas, images, symbols, neurons, or representations. The other expresses the structure, wholeness, or togetherness of cognition with terms such as association, intelligence, memory, knowledge, or reasoning.
2004; Beglinger and Degen, 2006; Cummings and Overduin, 2007; Geary, 2004; Moran, 2006b; Woods et al., 2006). The satiating effect of CCK released from the intestines is mainly mediated by CCK-1 (originally named CCK-A) receptors on vagal sensory terminals in the upper gut, which project to the NTS; the satiating effect of CCK is abolished by selective destruction of abdominal vagal afferent bres (Smith et al., 1985). In both rodents and humans, mutations of the CCK-1 receptor gene produce hyperphagia and obesity (Geary, 2004; Moran and Kinzig, 2004), although lack of brain as well as gut CCK-1 receptors may contribute to this phenotype (see below). In humans, the common phenotype in all these cases is severe hyperphagia and morbid obesity,
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Figure 6.59. Representations of glutathione transferase 1-1 by RASMOL. The coordinates for GST 1-1 were downloaded from the protein database and used to construct the images shown. One subunit is shown in black while the other is in grey. The various representations are (a) Wireframe, (b) backbone, (c) space- lling, (d) ribbon. (e) Single tryptophans (Trp-20) are represented by space- lling. (f) The ligand ethacrynic acid with which the protein was co-crystallized is represented by space- lling.
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