Knowing about knowing: dissociations between perception and action systems over evolution and during development.

@article{Hauser2003KnowingAK,
  title={Knowing about knowing: dissociations between perception and action systems over evolution and during development.},
  author={Marc D. Hauser},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={1001},
  pages={
          79-103
        }
}
  • Marc D. Hauser
  • Published in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2003
Studies of human patients reveal dissociations between perception and action; some patients have implicit knowledge for a given domain, but can't access this knowledge for action. Studies of human infant development reveal a similar dissociation, suggesting that the neural systems connecting action with perception are not formed until the early preschool years, perhaps later. These connections are fundamental to our knowledge, to what we know about what we know. In this chapter I discuss the… CONTINUE READING

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