The volume is divided into three parts. Fundamental aspects of mental models are presented in the first section, the following part contains contributions to the function of mental models in discourse processing, and finally problems of mental models in reasoning and problem solving are outlined.
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subconceptual dynamics in the resolution of linguistic reference (K. Kessler et al.). On the duality and on the integration of propositional and spatial representations (C. Freksa, T. Barkowsky). Cognitive modelling of speech understanding and visual perception (B. Hildebrandt et al.). Part III: Mental Models in Reasoning and Problem Solving. Mental models of spatial relations and transformations from language (B. Tversky et al.). A semantics for model-based spatial reasoning (J. Glasgow, A. Malton). Mental models in deductive, modal and probabilistic reasoning (P. Tabossi et al.). The construction of preferred mental models in reasoning with interval relations (C. Schlieder). Parts and wholes and their relations (S. Pribbenow). Concessives and mental models (R. Klabunde). Authors. Author index. Subject index.