Kenneth Kotovsky
Kenneth Kotovsky
Professor of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
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Why are some problems hard? Evidence from Tower of Hanoi
K Kotovsky, JR Hayes, HA Simon
Cognitive psychology 17 (2), 248-294, 1985
Human acquisition of concepts for sequential patterns.
HA Simon, K Kotovsky
Psychological review 70 (6), 534, 1963
On the benefits and pitfalls of analogies for innovative design: Ideation performance based on analogical distance, commonness, and modality of examples
J Chan, K Fu, C Schunn, J Cagan, K Wood, K Kotovsky
Empirical tests of a theory of human acquisition of concepts for sequential patterns
K Kotovsky, HA Simon
Cognitive Psychology 4 (3), 399-424, 1973
The meaning of “near” and “far”: the impact of structuring design databases and the effect of distance of analogy on design output
K Fu, J Chan, J Cagan, K Kotovsky, C Schunn, K Wood
Journal of Mechanical Design 135 (2), 021007, 2013
The role of timing and analogical similarity in the stimulation of idea generation in design
I Tseng, J Moss, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
Design studies 29 (3), 203-221, 2008
A-design: an agent-based approach to conceptual design in a dynamic environment
MI Campbell, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
Research in Engineering Design 11, 172-192, 1999
What makes some problems really hard: Explorations in the problem space of difficulty
K Kotovsky, HA Simon
Cognitive psychology 22 (2), 143-183, 1990
Fixation or inspiration? A meta-analytic review of the role of examples on design processes
UN Sio, K Kotovsky, J Cagan
Design Studies 39, 70-99, 2015
Agent-based synthesis of electro-mechanical design configurations
M Campbell, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 1998
Implicit learning in problem solving: The role of working memory capacity.
PJ Reber, K Kotovsky
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 126 (2), 178, 1997
Two levels of giftedness: Shall ever the twain meet?
RS Siegler, K Kotovsky
Genius and eminence, 1986
Complex information processing: The impact of Herbert A. Simon
D Klahr, K Kotovsky
Psychology Press, 2013
Discovering structure in design databases through functional and surface based mapping
K Fu, J Cagan, K Kotovsky, K Wood
Journal of mechanical Design 135 (3), 031006, 2013
Representation and transfer in problem solving
K Kotovsky, D Fallside
Complex information processing, 89-128, 2013
Lifting the Veil: Drawing insights about design teams from a cognitively-inspired computational model
C McComb, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
Design Studies 40, 119-142, 2015
The A-Design approach to managing automated design synthesis
MI Campbell, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
Research in Engineering Design 14, 12-24, 2003
The influence of open goals on the acquisition of problem-relevant information.
J Moss, K Kotovsky, J Cagan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (5), 876, 2007
Human confidence in artificial intelligence and in themselves: The evolution and impact of confidence on adoption of AI advice
L Chong, G Zhang, K Goucher-Lambert, K Kotovsky, J Cagan
Computers in Human Behavior 127, 107018, 2022
Design team convergence: the influence of example solution quality
K Fu, J Cagan, K Kotovsky
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