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WHAT DOES ENACTIVE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Enactivism argues that cognition depends on a dynamic interaction between a cognitive organism and its environment. It claims that our environment is one which we selectively create through our capacities to interact with the world. "Organisms do not passively receive information from their environments, which they then translate into internal representations. Natural cognitive systems...participate in the generation of meaning...engaging in transformational and not merely informational interactions: they enact a world." These authors suggest that the increasing emphasis upon enactive terminology presages a new era in thinking about cognitive science. How the actions involved in enactivism relate to age-old questions about free will remains a topic of active debate. The term 'enactivism' is close in meaning to 'enaction', defined as "the manner in which a subject of perception creatively matches its actions to the requirements of its situation".
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ENACTIVE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENACTIVE»
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Drawing: The Enactive Evolution of the Practitioner
" "By synthesizing enactive thinking and the practice of drawing, this volume provides valuable insights into the creative mind, and will appeal to scholars and practitioners alike."--BOOK JACKET
Patricia Cain, 2010
Enactive Representation The first type of representation to appear in the child is
termed by Bruner enactive representation. A useful way to think of this type is to
regard it as 'motor' or 'muscle memory'. Past experiences cannot yet be stored in
Malcolm Hardy, Steve Heyes, 1999
Body and Language: Intercultural Learning Through Drama
Enactive, Iconic, and Symbolic Representations of the World Now let's consider
the theory of the second major constructivist, Jerome Bruner. He sees gesture as
enactive representation — one of the three major ways human beings think ...
Gerd Bräuer, 2002
Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control
Enactive mastery experiences are the most influential source of efficacy
information because they provide the most authentic evidence of whether one
can muster whatever it takes to succeed. Successes build a robust belief in one's
Albert Bandura, 1997
The book discusses in particular, what consequences the discoveries of the 21st century neurosciences have for cinema. It paves a neurophysiological explanation for authoring cinema as a socio- emotional simulation system of the other.
Pia Tikka, 2010
Understanding Child Psychology
Iconic mode of representation - refers to the second of Bruner's stages where a
child can use mental pictures as well as the enactive mode. Symbolic mode of
representation - Bruner's final stage and means that the child can use the
Christine Brain, Penny Mukherji, 2005
How to Solve the Mind-body Problem
Ralph. Ellis. Efferent. Brain. Processes. and. the. Enactive. Approach. to.
Consciousness. Nicholas Humphrey (1992; 2000) argues persuasively that
consciousness results from active and efferent rather than passive and afferent
Nicholas Humphrey, 2000
North Korea: The Politics of Regime Survival
Mastery Enactive mastery is defined as information based on "authentic mastery
experiences" (Bandura, 1986, p. 399), or past experiences with performing tasks.
Bandura (1997) states that enactive mastery experiences are indicators of ...
Young Whan Kihl, Hong Nack Kim, 2006
Attachment in Adults: Clinical and Developmental Perspectives
Horowitz (1972, 1983, 1988), using Bruner's (1964) work as a basis, defined
three modes of representation: the enactive, expressed through movement; the
imagistic, expressed through sensory images; and the lexical, expressed through
Michael B. Sperling, William H. Berman, 1994
The Culture of the Mathematics Classroom
With regard to the relations among the three processes, Bruner is cautious to
point out that this is an issue yet to be better understood: How the transitions are
effected - from enactive representation to iconic, and from both of these to
Falk Seeger, Jörg Voigt, Ute Waschescio, 1998
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENACTIVE»
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Being There: Heidegger on Why Our Presence Matters
... extended and enactive), inspired in part by Heidegger and like-minded philosophers, that seeks to develop a richer view of life than is found ... «New York Times, Mar 15»
Philosophy and Psychology
The response to nature by such "romantic" English poets as John Keats and William Wordsworth acts as further testimony for Miall's "enactive" ... «Metapsychology, Jan 15»
Learn To Fluently Multiply And Divide Within 100 With …
Enactive, iconic, and symbolic representation are present in the app's combination of action-based, image-based, and language/mathematical ... «prMac, Nov 14»
Professor's Bookshelf: Victoria Pitts-Taylor
He has written a new paper for a journal called Qualitative Sociology on what he thinks sociologists should undertake, which he calls enactive ... «Wesleyan Argus, Nov 14»
Affective Science Meets the Enactive Mind
Consequently, the enactive paradigm provides the conceptual background for Colombetti's project of the reconceptualization of emotional ... «Metapsychology, Sep 14»
Handheld IR device could be game-changer for the visually impaired
The Enactive Torch uses infrared sensors to detect objects in front of it and, upon detection, send a vibrational warning to the wearer. «BioOptics World, Sep 14»
The Enactive Torch Is A Sensor That Helps The Blind "See"
A new type of sensor could help the blind “see” objects in front of them. Called the Enactive Torch, the device sends out infrared signals which ... «TechCrunch, Aug 14»
Visually Impaired Will Benefit From New Infrared Device: Enactive …
As the first device of its kind, the Enactive Torch looks like a large remote control connected by wire to a wristband. It works similarly to a white ... «Medical Daily, Aug 14»
What Amiri Baraka Said About Kwame Nkrumah Part VI
Elsewhere, Nelson and Gyamerah painstakingly, if convincingly, lay out the terroristic circumstances leading up to the enactive moralization of ... «GhanaWeb, Feb 14»
The Qualified Self
More subtly still, I began to see how much of my own cognition was enactive, inextricably bound up in loops of perception and action, intimately ... «LinkedIn Today, Nov 13»
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