|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
Table of Contents
Part 1 Symbols, Models and Connections. Symbol-Processing and "the language of thought". Mental Models. Connectionism. Why Connectionism is the Representational Theory Best Places to Model Action. "Working from the Outside in". Part 2 Knowledge of Objects Self-world Dualism and the Waterdown Piaget. The Four Features and the Experience of Agency. What the Four Features Give Us. Self-locating Thought and "Externatlity". Search, Dishabituation and "Representation Permanance" in Infancy. Answering Some Objections. Some Empirical Issues. Computational Modelling of Object Permanence. Part 3 Action and Our Knowledge of Minds. Mental Unity. Bodily- awareness, Selfhood and Ownership. Agency and the Acquisition of a "Theory of Mind". "Executive" Versus "Theory-theory" Accounts of Developmental Transitions - the 6-7 transition and the 3-4 Tranistion. Autism, Executive Dysfunctions and "Mind Blindness".