Edwin Hutchins (in press) Material Anchors for Conceptual Blends, Journal of Pragmatics
Edwin Hutchins (2000) The cognitive consequences of patterns of information flow. Intellectica. pp. 53-74. Figures
James D. Hollan, Edwin L. Hutchins and David Kirsh. Distributed Cognition: A New Foundation for Human-Computer Interaction. (Draft Submission for TOCHI Special Issue on Human-Computer Interaction in the New Millennium)
Edwin Hutchins (1995)Cognition in the Wild, MIT Press.
Edwin Hutchins, Barbara E. Holder, R. Alejandro Pérez. Culture and Flight Deck Operations. Prepared for the Boeing Company. January, 2002.
E. and Holder, B. What
Pilots Learn about Autoflight While Flying on the
11th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology,
E. and Holder, B. Conceptual
models for understanding an encounter with a mountain wave. Proceedings
of HCI-Aero 2000,
HUTCHINS, BARBARA HOLDER, AND MICHAEL
Hutchins, E. & Palen, L.
Meaning from Space, Gesture, and Speech. In L. B. Resnick, R. Saljo, C. Pontecorvo, and B. Burge
(Eds) Discourse, tools, and reasoning: Essays
on situated cognition.
version of this paper appeared in:
Hutchins, E & Klausen, T. (1996) Distributed cognition in an airline cockpit. In Y. Engeström and D. Middleton (Eds.) Cognition and communication at work.
Hutchins, E. (1995) How a cockpit remembers its speeds. Cognitive Science. 19, 265-288.
Simulations of cultural process:
Hutchins, E. & Hazlehurst, B. (2002) Auto-organization and Emergence of Shared Language Structure, In Cangelosi, A. and Parisi, D. (Eds) Simulating the Evolution of Language, London: Springer-Verlag, pp 279-305.
E. & Hazlehurst, B. (1995) How
to invent a lexicon: the development of shared symbols in interaction.
In N. Gilbert and R. Conte (Eds.) Artificial Societies: the computer simulation
of social life.