• embodiment
  • Di Paolo believes that embodiment and enactivism have the potential to increase our understanding in traditional problems of cognition, and advocates that these alternative views should be explored and developed further, rather than being subsumed (or 'watered down') under more traditional frameworks, such as the cartesian dualistic model. (wikipedia.org)
  • Niedenthal believes that it is becoming increasingly essential to demonstrate the casual rules of embodiment in higher cognition. (wikipedia.org)
  • discourse
  • This article discusses the importance of private interactions, in which a student works alone with learning materials, and public interactions, in which a group of students engage in discourse around learning materials. (ed.gov)
  • What role do multimodal resources - head and hand gestures, facial expressions, eye-gaze patterns and posture shifts - play in the gradual processes of linguistic expression and discourse that characterise our everyday interactions? (benecla.com)
  • This specialized seminar will therefore be a forum for sharing analyses, discussing findings, and building theories relevant to several fields, including but not limited to gesture studies, multimodal interaction, face-to-face spoken/signed discourse, cognitive linguistics and cognitive science. (benecla.com)
  • He is a critic of Noam Chomsky's universal grammar, rejecting the idea of an innate universal grammar and instead proposing a functional theory of language development (sometimes called the social-pragmatic or usage-based approach to language acquisition) in which children learn linguistic structures through intention-reading and pattern-finding in their discourse interactions with others. (wikipedia.org)
  • An interdisciplinary study of global structures in discourse, interaction, and cognition. (wikipedia.org)
  • structures
  • More recently, electrophysiological and functional imaging studies have begun to examine how interactions between the two structures contribute to behavior during various tasks. (frontiersin.org)
  • This distinction in sociology has given rise to the well-known macro-micro debate, in which microsociologists claim the primacy of interaction as the constituents of societal structures, and macrosociologists the primacy of given social structure as a general constraint on interaction. (wikipedia.org)
  • employs
  • During the interaction, Max employs speech, gaze, facial expression, and gesture and is able to initiate assembly actions. (uni-bielefeld.de)
  • Niedenthal employs the use of several theories of embodied cognition to explain how certain phenomena can be based specifically in such systems and bodily states. (wikipedia.org)
  • Reflection
  • Sosa Tzec, O., Beck, J. E., Siegel, M. A. (2013) Building the Narrative Cloud: Reflection and Distributed Cognition in a Design Studio Classroom. (uxdesignpractice.com)
  • Some popular psychologists have characterized introverts as people whose energy tends to expand through reflection and dwindle during interaction. (wikipedia.org)
  • closely
  • Additionally, we introduce a conceptual space called the narrative cloud, which helps us to elaborate on the ideas regarding this approach and closely ties to the concept of distributed cognition (Hutchins, 2000). (uxdesignpractice.com)
  • role
  • The goal of this review is to summarize and discuss these findings in order to provide an overview of the role of hippocampal-prefrontal interactions in health and disease. (frontiersin.org)
  • Moreover, learning deficits observed after unilateral removal of MDmc but not PFv+o provide direct behavioral evidence of the MDmc role influencing more widespread regions of the frontal lobes in cognition. (ox.ac.uk)
  • Discussed is the role of affects and cognition along the road to wisdom. (edu.pl)
  • conceptual
  • These stories and all the other elements of the studio -people, infrastructure, and materials- function as units for distributing cognition and conform to a bigger story, a conceptual space we call The Narrative Cloud . (uxdesignpractice.com)
  • Studies
  • Describes a series of preliminary studies suggesting that the benefits of collaboration may be not only the result of peer interaction but also due to peer presence. (ed.gov)
  • however, no studies have examined whether the influence of testosterone on cognition in healthy older men may be modulated by this geneticpredisposition. (edu.au)
  • Cross-sectional and prospective studies of testosterone and cognition in older men should take into account APOE 4 status. (edu.au)
  • He studies the social cognition of great apes at the Wolfgang K√∂hler Primate Research Center in Leipzig. (wikipedia.org)
  • intentions
  • In most intersubjective situations, that is, in situations of social interaction, we have a direct perceptual understanding of another person's intentions because their intentions are explicitly expressed in their embodied actions and their expressive behaviors. (wikipedia.org)
  • approach
  • This study investigated these interactions during learning, memory, and decision-making tasks in rhesus monkeys using a disconnection lesion approach. (ox.ac.uk)
  • Theoretical papers aiming to clarify the strengths and limitations of a "social motor control" approach within the broader field of social cognition are also welcome. (frontiersin.org)
  • systems
  • Cognition and affect are information-processing systems, which help us convert information from our environment into accurate representations of the world and make value judgments that determine how we respond and behave. (interaction-design.org)
  • contributions
  • Optogenetic tools have also been used to manipulate long-range projections and test their contributions to inter-areal interactions and behavior ( Tye and Deisseroth, 2012 ). (frontiersin.org)
  • study
  • Since the core of our research project is to study interaction design practice we are all the time looking for practitioners who are interested in collaborating with us. (uxdesignpractice.com)
  • functional
  • These data highlight the functional importance of interactions between MDmc and PFv+o during learning object-in-place scene discriminations and adaptive decision-making but not object discrimination learning. (ox.ac.uk)
  • show
  • While traditional technology requires that designers choose one type of interaction over another, the authors show how handheld computers can be used to support both types of interaction, leading to increased learning. (ed.gov)
  • Memory
  • In Memory and Cognition, 7 (0) pp. 95-112. (interaction-design.org)
  • Participants had fasting early morning blood samples for testosterone and SHBG and were assessed for mood as well as indices of general cognition, verbal and visual memory, executive functioning, working memory, and attention. (edu.au)
  • Higher
  • Higher levels of FT were associated with better general cognition in non- 4 carriers (P = 0.01). (edu.au)