Consciousness and Cognition

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  • Author : Michael Thau
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
  • Pages : 280 pages
  • ISBN : 0195141814
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Consciousness and Cognition

Consciousness and Cognition
  • Author : Michael Thau
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
  • Release : 08 May 2021
GET THIS BOOK Consciousness and Cognition

Our thinking about consciousness and cognition is dominated by a certain very natural conception. Michael Thau shows that, despite its naturalness, this conception begins with and depends upon a few fundamental errors. Exorcising these errors requires that we completely re-conceive the nature of consciousness and cognition as well as the fundamental problems each poses.

Consciousness and Cognition

Consciousness and Cognition
  • Author : Henri Cohen,Brigitte Stemmer
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 10 October 2011
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What were the circumstances that led to the development of our cognitive abilities from a primitive hominid to an essentially modern human? The answer to this question is of profound importance to understanding our present nature. Since the steep path of our cognitive development is the attribute that most distinguishes humans from other mammals, this is also a quest to determine human origins. This collection of outstanding scientific problems and the revelation of the many ways they can be addressed

Theatrical Improvisation Consciousness and Cognition

Theatrical Improvisation  Consciousness  and Cognition
  • Author : C. Drinko
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 05 April 2013
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Improvisation teachers have long known that the human mind could be trained to be effortlessly spontaneous and intuitive. Drinko explores what these improvisation teachers knew about improvisation's effects on consciousness and cognition and compares these theories to current findings in cognitive neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy.

Cognition Brain and Consciousness

Cognition  Brain  and Consciousness
  • Author : Bernard J. Baars,Nicole M. Gage
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 04 February 2010
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Cognition, Brain, and Consciousness, Second Edition, provides students and readers with an overview of the study of the human brain and its cognitive development. It discusses brain molecules and their primary function, which is to help carry brain signals to and from the different parts of the human body. These molecules are also essential for understanding language, learning, perception, thinking, and other cognitive functions of our brain. The book also presents the tools that can be used to view the

Animal Minds

Animal Minds
  • Author : Donald R. Griffin
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 21 March 2013
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In Animal Minds, Donald R. Griffin takes us on a guided tour of the recent explosion of scientific research on animal mentality. Are animals consciously aware of anything, or are they merely living machines, incapable of conscious thoughts or emotional feelings? How can we tell? Such questions have long fascinated Griffin, who has been a pioneer at the forefront of research in animal cognition for decades, and is recognized as one of the leading behavioral ecologists of the twentieth century.

The Conscious Mind

The Conscious Mind
  • Author : David J. Chalmers
  • Publisher : Oxford Paperbacks
  • Release : 08 May 1996
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Writing in a rigorous, thought-provoking style, the author takes us on a far-reaching tour through the philosophical ramifications of consciousness, offering provocative insights into the relationship between mind and brain.

Neurodynamics of Cognition and Consciousness

Neurodynamics of Cognition and Consciousness
  • Author : Leonid I. Perlovsky,Robert Kozma
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 August 2007
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Experimental evidence in humans and other mammalians indicates that complex neurodynamics is crucial for the emergence of higher-level intelligence. Dynamical neural systems with encoding in limit cycle and non-convergent attractors have gained increasing popularity in the past decade. The role of synchronization, desynchronization, and intermittent synchronization on cognition has been studied extensively by various authors, in particular by authors contributing to the present volume. This book addresses dynamical aspects of brain functions and cognition.

A Cognitive Theory of Consciousness

A Cognitive Theory of Consciousness
  • Author : Bernard J. Baars
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 30 July 1993
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Bernard Baars suggests a way to specify empirical constraints on a theory of consciousness by contrasting well-established conscious phenomena with comparable unconscious ones, such as stimulus representations known to be preperceptual, unattended or habituated. By adducing data to show that consciousness is associated with a kind of workplace in the nervous system, Baars helps clarify the problem.

Experienced Cognition

Experienced Cognition
  • Author : Richard A. Carlson
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 01 September 1997
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This volume presents a theoretical framework for understanding consciousness and learning. Drawing on work in cognitive psychology and philosophy, this framework begins with the observation that to be conscious is literally to have a point of view. From this starting point, the book develops a descriptive scheme that allows perceptual, symbolic, and emotional awareness to be discussed in common theoretical terms, compatible with a computational view of the mind. A central theme is our experience of ourselves as agents, consciously