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Andrew Gordon Speedie Pask (28 June 1928 – 29 March 1996) was an English cybernetician and psychologist who made significant contributions to cybernetics, instructional psychology, experimental epistemology and educational technology.
- An Approach to Cybernetics, preface by Warren S. McCulloch, London: Hutchinson, 1961; 1968, 128 pp.
- Conversation, Cognition and Learning. A Cybernetic Theory and Methodology, Elsevier, 1975, 570 pp.
- The Cybernetics of Human Learning and Performance. A Guide to Theory and Research, London: Hutchinson, 1975, 347 pp.
- Conversation Theory. Application in Education and Epistemology, Elsevier, 1976, 402 pp.
- with Ranulph Glanville and Mike Robinson, Calculator Saturnalia, Or, Travels with a Calculator : A Compendium of Diversions & Improving Exercises for Ladies and Gentlemen, Wildwood, 1980.
- with Susan Curran Macmillan, Microman Living and growing with computers, London: Macmillan, 1982.
- More works at Pangaro.com
- Andrew Pickering, "Cybernetics and the Mangle: Ashby, Beer and Pask", Social Studies of Science 32:3 (Jun 2002), pp 413-437.
- Usman Haque, "The Architectural Relevance of Gordon Pask".