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Building at the concept that wisdom acquisition, retention and retrieval are in detail interconnected with sensory and motor methods, Foundations of Embodied Cognition is a landmark e-book within the box. it is going to be of serious curiosity to researchers and complex scholars from around the cognitive sciences, together with these specialising in psychology, neuroscience, clever platforms and robotics, philosophy, linguistics and anthropology.
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