Positioning. The article, published at the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2012, presents an ACT-R model that is able to solve Raven’s Matrix Test.
Research Question. Is it possible to explain the limitations in human reasoning in IQ- tests based on working memory limitations?
Method. Cognitive modeling; formal analysis
Results. The cognitive model in ACT-R, is able to solve analogously developed problems of Raven’s Standard and Advanced Progressive Matrices. The model solves 66 of the 72 tested problems of both tests. The model’s predicted error rates correlate to human performance with r = .8 for the Advanced Progressive Matrices and r = .7 for all problems together.
Ragni, M., & Neubert, S. (2012). Solving Raven’s IQ-tests: An AI and Cognitive Modeling Approach. In L. D. Raedt et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Vol. 242, pp. 666–671). Amsterdam: IOS Press.