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The beginning of programs

1945

mathematicians and engineers were starting to provide machines with sets of instructions(programs) stored in their electronic memories.

Introduction of psycholinguistics

1953

"The Magical Number 7, Plus or Minus Two"

1955

George Mille's adress at a meeting of the Eastern Psychologists Association

Presentation of Logic Theorist

1956

By Simon and Newell at the symposium on Information Theory at MIT.

Introduction of General Problem Solver (GPS)

1956

Establishment of Harvard Center for Cognitive Studies

1960

"Cognitive Revolution"

1960

Cognitive Psychology and elated fields came to be knowns as "cognitive sciences"

1970

Logic Theory was published

1972

Creation of MYCIN

1976

Development of PET scan

1980

Cognitive Neuroscience Revolution

1980

Creation of CT Scan

1983

MYCIN Improved

1984

"Deep Blue" defeats the world's best chess player, Garry Kasparow

1997