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Cognitive Psychology

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Transcript of Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Psychology
Culture
Fashion
Food & Wine
Grooming
Design
The Show's Concept
Embedding Thesis

Background Knowledge
"Activity, concept, and culture are interdependent.No one can be totally understood without the other two. Learning must involve all three" (Brown et al., 1989).
Impact
Cognitive Apprenticeship

Concept of Indexicality
References
Indirect Vs Direct Cognition
"Situated Cognition and the Culture of Learning" by Brown, Collins, & Duguid
1. By doing what the experts do.

2. By doing.
Semiosis
Knowledge and Learning are situated
Authentic Situations
Why Bother?
Extended Thesis
"When it comes to belief, there is nothing sacred about skull and skin. What makes some information count as a belief is the role it plays, and there is no reason why the relevant role can be played only from inside the body" (Clark & Chalmers, 1998).
Gallagher's Body Image VS Body Schema
Body Schema
Body Image
Non-conscious activity
Reflected by posture
Discomfort
Perception, attitudes and beliefs
determined by:
Consciousness
Intellectual Understanding
Emotional Attitude
self-confidence, control, autonomy
authentic activities,
connections
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