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Situated cognition : social, semiotic, and psychological perspectives
Contents: Preface. Acknowledgements. D. Kirshner, J.A. Whitson, Editors' Introduction. J. Lave, The Culture of Acquisition and the Practice of Understanding. J. Lemke, Cognition, Context, andExpand
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Wherever You Go, There You Are
explored the theoretical foundations of situated cognition. Many of the original participants in the symposium provided original or previously published chapters, and new contributors were givenExpand
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Derivation and Analysis of Basic Computational Operations of Thalamocortical Circuits
Shared anatomical and physiological features of primary, secondary, tertiary, polysensory, and associational neocortical areas are used to formulate a novel extended hypothesis of thalamocorticalExpand
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Obstacles to Understanding Cognition As Situated
Greeno (1997) argued that these are misreadings of situative positions, occasioned by paradigmatic differences in presupposition and language: "In discussions of the situative and cognitiveExpand
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Cognition as a Semiosic Process: From Situated Mediation to Critical Reflective Transcendence
Cognition as a Semiosic Process: From Situated Mediation to Critical Reflective Transcendence In Situated Cognition: Social, Semiotic, and Psychological Perspectives, edited by David Kirshner andExpand
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An algorithm derived from thalamocortical circuitry stores and retrieves temporal sequences
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We present a novel hypothesis of underlying functions of sensory neocortical circuitry which, it is argued, are similar across modalities. Expand
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Novel speech processing mechanism derived from auditory neocortical circuit analysis
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Analysis of the prominent anatomical and physiological features of auditory thalamus and neocortex has enabled construction of models designed to identify functionality emergent from these biological circuits. Expand
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Practical reasoning and science education: Implications for theory and practice
Practical reasoning is a fundamental competence required for everyday decision-making as well as for the production of scientific knowledge. However, very little attention is given to developing thisExpand
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