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Intelligent Tutoring Systems
John R. Anderson, C. Franklin Boyle and Brian J. Reiser
New Series, Vol. 228, No. 4698 (Apr. 26, 1985), pp. 456-462
Published by: American Association for the Advancement of Science
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1694721
Page Count: 7
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Cognitive psychology, artificial intelligence, and computer technology have advanced to the point where it is feasible to build computer systems that are as effective as intelligent human tutors. Computer tutors based on a set of pedagogical principles derived from the ACT theory of cognition have been developed for teaching students to do proofs in geometry and to write computer programs in the language LISP.
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