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" THE POWER OF THE UNAIDED MIND IS HIGHLY OVERRATED. WITHOUT external aids, memory, thought, and reasoning are all constrained. But human intelligence is highly flexible and adaptive, superb at inventing procedures and objects that overcome its own limits. "
Visual Thinking for Design - Pagina 20
door Colin Ware - 2010 - 256 pagina’s
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Readings in Information Visualization: Using Vision to Think

Mackinlay Card - 1999 - 686 pagina’s
...manipulation) is no accident. It is the essence of how we achieve expanded intelligence. As Norman says, The power of the unaided mind is highly overrated....from devising external aids that enhance cognitive abilities. How have we increased memory, thought, and reasoning? By the invention of external aids:...
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Designing Cooperative Systems: The Use of Theories and Models : Proceedings ...

Rose Dieng - 2000 - 413 pagina’s
...Introduction The Limitation of the Unaided, Individual Human Mind. The power of the unaided, individual mind is highly overrated — without external aids, memory, thought, and reasoning are all limited [28]. As illustrated in Figure 1, the basic capabilities of the unaided, individual human mind...
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