Hi Krassimir,

Thanks for asking this important question.  I’m curious to see how others might 
answer it.  For me, the “mental model” is a centralized system for information 
processing that receives inputs from multiple sensory mechanisms and can induce 
action as a consequence.  In biology, this can be a centralized nervous system 
and whole organism behavior as the form of an output.  We illustrate this 
process as we read and write FIS posts.

Are you looking for more detail about the “mental model”, or is this the sort 
of thing you have in mind?



Guy Hoelzer, Associate Professor
Department of Biology
University of Nevada Reno

Phone:  775-784-4860
Fax:  775-784-1302

On Feb 26, 2018, at 2:48 PM, Krassimir Markov 
<mar...@foibg.com<mailto:mar...@foibg.com>> wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I understand that it is not so easy to answer to the simple question.

But the mental models are very important for understanding the information and 
communication phenomena.

So, again the same simple question: What is the “mental model”?

Friendly greetings

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