The Mind's New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution by Howard E. Gardner
The Mind's New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution Howard E. Gardner ebook
Publisher: Basic Books
The Native Mind and the Cultural Construction . Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publisher. New York: Oxford University Press. Cambridge: The Nature of Mind and the Structure of Science. New York: International Publishers. On Their Own Terms: Science in China, 1550-1900. Sep 2, 2013 - Discusses the human mind, animal mind, cognitive science, empathy, mirror neurons, and linguistics. Jan 18, 2014 - There is a piece in the New York Times Science section, (September 8, 2013, by the Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel)(See http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/08/opinion/sunday/the-new-science-of-mind.html). Anti-Duhring: Herr Eugen Duhring's Revolution in Science. He cites the work of Helen Mayberg of Emory University who gave two types of treatment to subjects: cognitive therapy where they train people to develop a more positive attitude to life and its adversities, or anti- depressant medication. Atran, Scott, and Douglas Medin. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Sep 10, 2013 - The Cognitive Structure of Scientific Revolutions. International Handbook of Research on Conceptual Change. The mind`s new science: A history of the cognitive revolution. Aug 22, 2011 - Cognitive Foundations of. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Feb 28, 2012 - There has been a long history in Western thought of seeking to understand the origin of religious ideas (there are probably similar traditions of inquiry elsewhere in the world, but I do not know about them). Although innovation means the generation of new and productive ideas, the concept itself, of course, is far from new. Cambridge, MA: MIT Opening the Black Box: Cognitive Science and History of Science. Feb 20, 2005 - He points to recent research in "embodied-embedded" cognitive science and proposes a Heideggerian framework to identify, amplify, and clarify the underlying philosophical foundations of this new work. Jan 15, 2014 - And during the past 40 years, it has been Canadian researchers who've been global leaders in creating this hot new field (see sidebar, “On the origins of a new science,” below). Along with advances in computer science and artificial intelligence, psychologists began developing new techniques with which to begin to infer the structure of our cognitive mechanisms, such as perception, memory, and decision-making.