Author W. J. Clancey
William J. Clancey (Computer Science PhD Stanford; Mathematical Sciences BA Rice) is a senior research scientist at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition. His research has related cognitive and social science in the study of work practices and the design of agent systems at the Institute for Research on Learning and as Chief Scientist of Human-Centered Computing, NASA Ames. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, National Academy of Inventors, and American College of Medical Informatics.

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Clancey W. J. (1987) Review of Understanding Computers and Cognition by T. Winograd & F. Flores. Artificial Intelligence 31(2): 232–250. Fulltext at
Clancey W. J. (1991) Situated cognition: Stepping out of representational flatland. AI Communications: The European Journal on Artificial Intelligence 4(2/3): 109–112. Fulltext at
Clancey W. J. (1994) Situated cognition: How representations are created and given meaning. In: Lewis R. & Mendelsohn P. (eds.) Lessons from learning. North-Holland, Amsterdam: 231–242. Fulltext at
Clancey W. J. (1995) A boy scout, Toto, and a bird: How situated cognition is different from situated robotics. In: Steels L. & Brooks R. (eds.) The artificial life route to artificial intelligence: Building situated embodied agents. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale NJ: 227–236. Fulltext at
Clancey W. J. (2008) Scientific antecedents of situated cognition. In: Robbins P. & Aydede M. (eds.) Cambridge handbook of situated cognition. Cambridge University Press, New York: 11-34. Fulltext at
Clancey W. J. (2017) The Reflective Science of Ethnography and Its Role in Pragmatic Design. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 73–76. Fulltext at
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