Books in category Psychology – Cognitive Psychology

  • Psychoneural Reduction

    Psychoneural Reduction
    John Bickle

    John Bickle presents a new type of reductionism, one that is stronger than one-way dependency yet sidesteps the arguments that sank classical reductionism.

  • Logik Des Misslingens

    Logik Des Misslingens:
    Dietrich Dörner

    An incisive analysis of real-life situations that helps all those involved in any kind of strategic planning recognize and avoid logical yet devastating errors.

  • Behavioural and Morphological Asymmetries in Amphibians and Reptiles

    Behavioural and Morphological Asymmetries in Amphibians and Reptiles
    Yegor Malashichev, Lesley J. Rogers

    This is the first attempt to integrate and overview the works in the young field of study of lateralization in herpetological subjects, which is only about five years old.

  • Even Odder Perceptions

    Even Odder Perceptions
    Richard Langton Gregory

    Each individual essay stands complete on its own; yet read as a whole, the book is an insightful and entertaining study on the magic of human perception.

  • Superminds

    Superminds
    Selmer Bringsjord, M. Zenzen

    This is the first book-length presentation and defense of a new theory of human and machine cognition, according to which human persons are superminds.

  • Consciousness and Intentionality

    Consciousness and Intentionality
    Grant R. Gillett, John McMillan

    This book considers questions such as these and argues for a conception of consciousness, mental content and intentionality that is anti-Cartesian in its major tenets.

  • The Unity of Mind Brain and World

    The Unity of Mind, Brain and World
    Alfredo Pereira, Jr, Dietrich Lehmann

    This book on consciousness spans the relation of individuals with the world and the individual's constitution at different organizational levels.

  • Psychology and Nihilism

    Psychology and Nihilism
    Fred J. Evans

    From the foreword: Evans effectively unmasks the pretention of cognitive psychology to be at once scientific and humanistic that is, to represent both of these strands in modernist thought.

  • Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interaction

    Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interaction
    Lola Cañamero, Ruth Aylett

    How can such artefacts be given emotional displays that are believable and acceptable to humans? This is the central question of Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interaction.

  • Foundations of Perception

    Foundations of Perception
    George Mather

    This title provides a comprehensive general introduction to perception. All the major and minor senses are covered, not only examining them from a perceptual perspective but also taking into account their biological and physical context.

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