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(2014) Loop-closing semantics. In: Wyatt, J.L., Petters D.D., Hogg, D.C. (Eds.) From animals to robots and back: reflections on the hard problems in the study of cognition. Cognitive Systems Monographs: Springer, Cham, pp. 219--253. PDF.


Talk presented at a symposium in honour of Aaron Sloman, School of Computer Science, Univ. Birmingham, UK, 12-13 September 2011.

(1996) Wright, I., Sloman, A. & Beaudoin, L. P. Towards a design-based analysis of emotional episodes. Philosophy Psychiatry Psychology, 3, pp. 101-126. Reprinted in “Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts in Cognitive Science”, Vol 4, Routledge, 2000.
(1996) Reinforcement learning and animat emotionsFrom Animals to Animats 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press/Bradford Books. PDF

(2000) The society of mind requires an economy of mind. Proceedings of the AISB '00 Symposium on Starting from Society – the Application of Social Analogies to Computational Systems, Birmingham, UK:AISB, 113-124. PDF .

(1997) Emotional Agents. PhD Thesis, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK. PDF.

Sloman, A., Beaudoin, L. P. & Wright, I. (1994) Computational modelling of motive-management processes. In Frijda, N. (Ed.) Proceedings of the VIIIth Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, pp. 344—348. ISRE Publications, Storrs, USA.