Why Is Gordon Pask Influential? (Suggest an Edit or Addition) According to , Wikipedia Andrew Gordon Speedie Pask was an English author, inventor, educational theorist, cybernetician and psychologist who made contributions to cybernetics, instructional psychology, experimental epistemology and educational technology. Pask first learned about cybernetics in the early 1950s when the originator of the subject, Norbert Wiener, spoke at Cambridge University, where Pask was an undergraduate student. Pask was asked to be of assistance during Wiener's talk. (See a Problem?) Gordon Pask's Published Works
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1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 0 125 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 1625 1750 1875 Published Papers (1120) STYLES AND STRATEGIES OF LEARNING (1976) Conversation Theory: Applications in Education and Epistemology (1976) (426) Conversation, Cognition and Learning (1975) (406) (402) Learning Strategies and Individual Competence. (1972) (277) Learning Strategies, Teaching Strategies, and Conceptual or Learning Style (1988) (272) CONVERSATIONAL TECHNIQUES IN THE STUDY AND PRACTICE OF EDUCATION (1976) An Approach To Cybernetics (1961) (207) Conversation, cognition and learning: A cybernetic theory and methodology (1975) (157) (123) The Cybernetics of Human Learning and Performance (1977) (96) Caste: A system for exhibiting learning strategies and regulating uncertainties (1973) (78) A fresh look at cognition and the individual (1972) (70) Vitamin D deficiency: a concern in pregnant Asian women (1995) (69) A theory of conversations and individuals (Exemplified by the Learning Process on CASTE) (1973) (69) Developments in Conversation Theory - Part 1 (1980) (53) Heinz von Foerster's self organization, the progenitor of conversation and interaction theories (1996) (52) The Representation of Knowables (1975) (51) Information Theory and Aesthetic Perception by Abraham Moles (review) (1968) (48) A conversation theoretic approach to social systems (1978) The Limits of Togetherness (1980) (45) The cybernetics of human learning and performance: A guide to theory and research (1975) (40) The natural history of networks (1960) (39) (38) Review of conversation theory and a protologic (or protolanguage), Lp (1984) A PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR SELF ORGANIZING SYSTEMS (1960) (30) Organisational closure of potentially conscious systems (1981) (24) (23) Introduction Different Kinds of Cybernetics (1992) (23) Learning and teaching strategies in a transformation skill. (1971) THE CYBERNETICS OF EVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES AND OF SELF ORGANISING SYSTEMS (1961) (20) (19) SAKI: Twenty-five years of adaptive training into the microprocessor era (1982) (18) Strategy, Competence and Conversation as Determinants of Learning. (1969) (14) A cybernetic experimental method and its underlying philosophy (1971) (13) THE USE OF A NULL-POINT METHOD TO STUDY THE ACQUISITION OK SIMPLE AND COMPLEX TRANSFORMATION SKILLS (1968) (11) Anti-Hodmanship: A Report on the State and Prospects of CAI. (1972) INTERACTIONS OF ACTORS, THEORY AND SOME APPLICATIONS (2004) (11) Comments on the cybernetics of ethical, sociological and psychological systems. (1966) (10) TEACHING AS A CONTROL-ENGINEERING PROCESS, (1964) (10) (10) THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS UNDER ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLED CONDITIONS (1964) (9) THE USE OF ANALOGY AND PARABLE IN CYBERNETICS WITH EMPHASIS UPON ANALOGIES FOR LEARNING AND CREATIVITY (1963) (8) The Control of Learning in Small Subsystems of a Programmed Educational System (1967) (8) The Simulation of Learning and Decision-Making Behavior (1962) (8) Cybernetic Theory of Cognition and Learning (1975) (8) Correspondence, Consensus, Coherence and the Rape of Democracy (1992) (8) An Adaptive Automaton for Teaching Small Groups (1962) (7) Interaction between individuals: Its stability and style (1971) (7) THE ADAPTIVE TEACHING SYSTEM (1964) (6) Models for social systems and for their languages (1973) AGAINST CONFERENCES OR THE POVERTY OF REDUCTION IN SOP - SCIENCE AND POP-SYSTEMS (1979) (6) (5) Complementarity in the Theory of Conversations and Lp. (1992) (5) "On Becoming a Personal Scientist, " by Mildred L. G. Shaw (Book Review) (1980) (5) A Discussion of Artificial Intelligence and Self-Organization (1964) Why do instructional designers need conversation theory (1987) (4) (4) The computer-simulated development of populations of automata (1969) (4) THE ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLED INSTRUCTION OF A TRANSFORMATION SKILL (1967) Conversation theory as a basis for instructional design (1987) (3) (3) Current Scientific Approaches to Decision Making in Complex Systems. (1976) A brief account of work on adaptive teaching and measuring systems (1966) (3) (3) A Discussion of the Cybernetics of Learning Behaviour (1963) A PROPOSED EXPERIMENTAL METHOD FOR THE BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES. (1964) (3) (2) Man-machine interaction in adaptively controlled experimental conditions. (1965) (2) Cognitive Mechanisms and Behaviours Involved in Other than Institutional Learning and Using Principles of Decision (1980) LEARNING STRATEGIES AND TEACHING STRATEGIES. (1969) (2) CYBERNETICS AND EDUCATION (1967) (2) (2) The Method of Adaptively Controlled Psychological Learning Experiments (1965) Knowledge and Innovation of Decision Makers (1982) (2) RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN OF ADAPTIVE TEACHING SYSTEMS WITH A CAPABILITY FOR SELECTING AND ALTERING CRITERIA FOR ADAPTATION. (1962) (2) Cybernetics of cognition and learning : structure and dynamics of socio-economic systems : health care systems : engineering systems methodology (1978) (1) SOME COMMENTS ON THE ORGANIZATION OF MEN, MACHINES, AND CONCEPTS, (1965) (1) Strategic Disposition Tests and the Influence of Learning Strategy on the Performance and Breakdown of Skills. (1973) (1) In contrast to Scandura: an essay upon concepts, individuals and interactionism (1984) (1) (1) The Influence of Learning Strategies and Performance Strategies upon Engineering Design. (1979) (1) MACHINES THAT INTERACT WITH MEN (1963) (1) Book reviewOn Becoming a Personal Scientist, M.L. G. Shaw (Ed.), Academic Press (1980), p. 322 (1980) Specialised Forms and Individual Subtasks of the Team Decision System (1981) (0) (0) A broader view of psychology and of computation (1979) Cybernetics in biology and medicine ; Cybernetics in cognition and learning ; Health care sytems (1982) (0) (0) Some properties of transmission lines composed of random networks (1974) Current Approaches to Decision Making in Complex Systems. II (1978) (0) Research on Complex Decision Making, Knowledge Representation, and the Transfer of Existing System to ARI (1990) (0) The Spy Ring History Test (1976) (0) (0) Current Scientific Approaches to Decision Making in Complex Systems. 3. Volume 2. Conference Position Papers (1980) Models of Adaptive Systems for Computer Aided Instruction. (1971) (0) A TYPICAL ADAPTIVELY CONTROLLED EXPERIMENT IN PERCEPTUAL DISCRIMINATION (1964) (0) Adapting lifelong learning to Adults: Principles and Practice (1978) (0) THE LOGIC AND BEHAVIOUR OF SELF ORGANISING SYSTEMS AS ILLUSTRATED BY THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MEN AND ADAPTIVE MACHINES (1962) (0) [Properties of a cybernetic sensorimotor learning model in adaptive steering of the experimental situation]. (1965) (0) Research into the Adaptively Controlled Instruction of Compensatory Tracking Skills. (1969) (0) Report of the Special Interest Group on managerial training for adult education (2002) (0) 90-35 OTIC FiLE COPY ui Research on Complex Decision Making , R Knowledge Representation , and the < Transfer of Existing Systems to ARI 0 TC (0) (0) Written contribution to the discussion on the 1956 George Bray Memorial Lecture (1957) RESEARCH ON CYBERNETIC INVESTIGATION OF LEARNING AND PERCEPTION. (1966) (0) Cybernetics and education : paper prep. for presentation at the 5th Congress of the International Assn. of Cybernetics, Namur. Belgium, Sept. 1967 (1967) (0) Cooperative Computing Systems for Echo Detection with Respect to Moving Targets; Sub-Project Feasibility Study and Definition of Task Relevant Parameters. (1972) (0) The Influence of Learning Strategy and Performance Strategy Upon Engineering Design. (1977) (0) More Papers
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