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Learning and Interaction: From Cognitive Theories to Epistemology(英書)
A5判変型/上製/1216頁
初版年月日:2021/08/20
ISBN:
978-4-7664-2691-5
 
(4-7664-2691-6)
Cコード:C3011
税込価格:7,700円
Learning and Interaction: From Cognitive Theories to Epistemology(英書)

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Preface
Acknowledgments
 Introduction
References
Note

 Chapter 1 Theory and Models of Learning

1.1 What Is Learning?
1.2 Some Earlier Research on Learning
1.3 The Influence of the Science of Information on Studies on Learning
1.4 Learning by Doing: The Theory and Implications
1.5 Understanding by Doing in Learning by Doing
1.6 Summing Up
1.7 More Recent Cognitive Research Relevant to Our Works
1.8 Concluding Remarks
References
Notes

 Chapter 2 Theory and Models of Interaction

2.1 What Is Interaction?
2.2 Some Representative Research on Interaction:
2.3 The PRIME (Physically grounded human-Robot-computer Interaction in Multi-agent Environment) Project
2.4 Human-Robot Interaction by Information Sharing
2.5 Interaction by Information Sharing: The Theory
2.6 Implications of the Theory of Interaction by Information Sharing
2.7 What Does the Research of 25 Years on Human-Robot Interaction Suggest About the Theory of Interaction by Information Sharing?
2.8 Functionally Networked Neural Platforms for Interaction by Information Sharing
2.9 From Information Exchange to Information Sharing:The New Stage of Interaction Research
2.10 Concluding Remarks
References
Notes

 Chapter 3 Epistemology of Learning and Interaction

3.1 Representations and Process-Oriented Constructivism
3.2 Representations as Triadic Relations
3.3 Frameworks and Factors for Representational Contents and Structures
3.4 More Factors for Representational Structures: Knowledge Structuralizability, Cognitive Strategies, and the Structure of a World
3.5 Classification of Formats for Representations
3.6 Goal-Directed and Strategy-Driven Representing: Examples From Our Cognitive Studies
3.7 Placing Process-Oriented Constructivism in Epistemology: An Introduction
3.8 Sculpting an Epistemic Agent: Why Can a Goal-Directed Adaptive Agent Be Epistemic?
3.9 What Do Representations Mean to Goal-Directed Adaptive Agents? Existence of Represented Entities
3.10 Structures and Contents of Complex Internal Representations
3.11 Knowledge-How and Belief-How: From the Process-OrientedConstructivist’s Standpoint
3.12 Causal, Attributional, Teleological, and Rational Relations of Internal States and Actions in Internal Representations
3.13 Social Aspects of Epistemology and Process-Oriented Constructivism
3.14 Naturalizing Epistemology: Prospects and Limits
3.15 Summary
References
Notes

 Concluding Remarks and Contributions to Epistemology

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