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Representational redescription (RR) poses a significant challenge to cognitive science, but Karmiloff-Smith underestimates the extent to which some current computational models already engage in RR. Moreover, a large part of the existing challenge is to produce convincing psychological evidence that deserves to be modeled. Finally, task constraints are essential for success in both psychological theorizing and modeling.
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