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Sharples, M., Scanlon, E., Ainsworth, S., Anastopoulou, S., Collins, T., Crook, C., Jones, A., Kerawalla, L., Mulholland, P. and O'Malley, C. (2014) Personal inquiry: orchestrating science investigations within and beyond the classroom, The Journal of the Learning Sciences

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Mulholland, P. and Watt, S. (2012) Cognitive modelling and cognitive architectures Cognitive Psychology, Second Edition, eds. N. Braisby and A. Gellatly, pp. 606-638, Oxford University Press

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Mulholland, P. and Watt, S. (2005) Cognitive modelling and cognitive architectures Cognitive modelling and cognitive architectures, in eds. N. Braisby and A. Gellatly, Cognitive psychology

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Mulholland, P. and Watt, S. (2005) Symbolic modelling Symbolic modelling, in eds. N. Braisby, Cognitive Psychology: A Methods Companion

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Collins, T., Mulholland, P. and Watt, S. (2001) Using Genre to Support Active Participation in Learning Communities, The European Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (Euro CSCL'2001), Maastricht, Holland, pp. 156-164

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Using genre to support active participation in learning communities
Techreport ID: kmi-00-13
Date: 2000
Author(s): Trevor Collins, Paul Mulholland and Stuart Watt

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Oracles, Bards, and Village Gossips, or, Social Roles and Meta Knowledge Management
Techreport ID: kmi-99-09
Date: 1999
Author(s): Simon Masterton and Stuart Watt

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Seeing things as people: anthropomorphism and common-sense psychology
Techreport ID: kmi-98-02
Date: 1998
Author(s): Stuart Watt

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