Distributed cognition

· Outline Distributed cognition is a school of psychology developed in the 1990s by Edwin Hutchins. Using insights from sociology, Ciencia cognitiva, and the psychology of Vygotsky (cf activity theory) it emphasises the social aspects of cognition. Distributed cognition is a branch of cognitive science that proposes that human knowledge and cognition are not confined to the individual. En lugar de, it is distributed by placing memories, facts, or knowledge on the objects, individuals, and tools in our environment. Distributed cognition is a useful approach for (re)designing social aspects of cognition by putting emphasis on the individual and their environment. Distributed cognition views a system as a set of representations, and models the interchange of information between these representations. These representations can be either in the mental space of the participants or external representations available in the environment. References Hutchins, E. (1995) Cognition in the Wild (ISBN 0262581469) (Prensa del MIT). Hutchins, E. (1995) "How a cockpit remembers its speeds". Cognitive Science, 19, 265-288. Norman, D.A. (1993) "Things that make us smart" (Addison Wesley). Sidra de pera, M. (2003) "Distributed Cognition". In J.M. Carroll (Ed.) "HCI Models, teorías, and Frameworks: Toward an Interdisciplinary Science" (Morgan Kaufmann) 193-223. rogers, Y. and Scaife, M. (1997) 'Distributed Cognition'. Zhang, J. & Norman, D.A. (1994) "Representations in Distributed Cognitive Tasks", Cognitive Science, 18, 87-122. Salomon, Gavriel. (1993) Distributed cognitions: Psychological and educational considerations. (ISBN 0521574234) (Cambridge University Press). See also Activity theory Situated cognition This psychology-related article is a stub. Puedes ayudar a la Wiki de Psicología expandiéndola. Esta página utiliza contenido con licencia Creative Commons de Wikipedia (ver autores).

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