Editor Stephen Grimm just signed off on a chapter Tania and I wrote for the upcoming OUP book on Varieties of Understanding, "Mechanistic vs. Functional Understanding". We explore the extent to which research on modes of contrual in psychology suggest that there are different kinds of understanding. (Answer: in some ways yes, and in other ways it's less clear.)
Here's the full reference:
(Forthcoming) Lombrozo, T., and Daniel A. Wilkenfeld. “Mechanistic vs. Functional Understanding.” In Varieties of Understanding: New Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology, edited by Stephen R. Grimm. New York: Oxford University Press.