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goals of all theorizing, regardless of the specifics of problem and perspective, is the creation of a mental model of the phenomenon to be understood and/or explained” (p. 16). Mainly, there are two types of theories: classification and causality base

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2010 PASW 18: Einführung in die moderne Datenanalyse 12 Pearson Studium München u.a. . Carley , KM 1997 Extracting team mental

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Authors: Mauricio Uriona-Maldonado, Raimundo N. M. dos Santos, and Gregorio Varvakis

sustaining their proposals and so expert-based judgments may be influenced by subjective elements, narrowness in mental models and limited cognitive horizons (van Leeuwen et al. 2003 ; van Raan 2003 ). Quantitative approaches on the other hand, use

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controlled vocabularies in order to explore the similarity and dissimilarity of mental models between users and IO professionals in organizing information resources. We are grateful for the helpful comments of the reviewers. The work

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; Walker, 1992a ). For the purposes of this paper, we will use the term “misconception” to refer to a situation where someone holds a faulty “mental model” of real-world phenomena without realizing as much. It is important to note that

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, system mapping serves to explore the attitudes and mental models of individuals or groups so that they can express their assumptions about causes and effects and broaden their conceptualisation of the problem by thinking through how elements interrelate

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et al. 2007 ) entrepreneurial action will be taken in the light of perceptions, or, as the mental model theory states, ‘as people process information, they create cognitive images to represent reality and make predictions’ ( Wood et al. 2014 : 253

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presents the challenge ( Shakespeare, 2006 ). Because higher education is in transition between these two mental models of disability, my first radical reflection about UDL is to reframe it away from the concept of disability all together, and situate UDL

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narratives. Narratives provide a short-cut in human cognition to forming mental models about the surrounding world ( Oatley 2016 ). Indeed, Lee and Schwarz ( 2018 ) suggest that many folk-economic beliefs in fact may stem from misapplications of familiar

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