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Let us consider two such differences. First, ‘‘pure’’ psychologists typically test their theories through human experimentation while builders of cognitive systems aim to simulate human behavior but have to implement underlying psychological theories using ‘‘hardware’’ and ‘‘software’’ instead of observing and interpreting the results of the operation of the ‘‘wetware’’ of the human brain. A second distinction relates to the presence vs. absence of native human capabilities. Computer systems do not have the native capabilities of humans, and therefore a variety of prerequisites for modeling human functioning have to be overtly developed instead of being assumed to exist.