By Wolfgang Prinz, Miriam Beisert, Arvid Herwig
The rising box of motion technological know-how is characterised by way of a variety of theoretical and methodological methods that proportion the elemental practical trust that evolution has optimized cognitive structures to serve the calls for of motion. This e-book brings jointly the constitutive ways of motion technology in one resource, overlaying the relation of motion to such cognitive capabilities as notion, recognition, reminiscence, and volition. every one bankruptcy deals a tutorial-like description of a tremendous line of inquiry, written via a number one scientist within the box. Taken jointly, the chapters mirror a dynamic and swiftly becoming box and supply a discussion board for comparability and attainable integration of techniques. After discussing center questions about how activities are managed and realized, the publication considers ecological ways to motion technology; neurocogntive methods to motion knowing and a focus; developmental methods to motion technology; social activities, together with imitation and joint motion; and the relationships among motion and the conceptual method (grounded cognition) and among volition and motion. An rising self-discipline is dependent upon a wealthy and multifaceted offer of theoretical and methodological ways. the variety of views provided during this ebook will function a consultant for destiny explorations in motion technology.
Contributors: Lawrence W. Barsalou, Miriam Beisert, Valerian Chambon, Thomas Goschke, Patrick Haggard, Arvid Herwig, Herbert Heuer, Cecilia Heyes, Bernhard Hommel, Glyn W. Humphreys, Richard B. Ivry, Markus Kiefer, Günther Knoblich, Sally A. Linkenauger, Janeen D. Loehr, Peter J. Marshall, Andrew N. Meltzoff, Wolfgang Prinz, Dennis R. Proffitt, Giacomo Rizzolatti, David A. Rosenbaum, Natalie Sebanz, Corrado Sinigaglia, Sandra Sülzenbrück, Jordan A. Taylor, Michael T. Turvey, Claes von Hofsten, Rebecca A. Williamson
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Part II: Ecological Approaches Part II presents ecological approaches to action and perception. In contrast to the more cognitive approaches of the first part, ecological approaches avoid the notion of mental representations, since it is assumed that all visual information necessary for visually guided action is provided by, and contained within, the environment. Chapter 6, by Michael Turvey, reviews the ecological perspective on perception and action, including discussions of philosophical and epistemological 24 Arvid Herwig, Miriam Beisert, and Wolfgang Prinz foundations and focusing on the question of how organisms make their way in the world.
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