Categorization inside and outside the laboratory : essays in honor of Douglas L. Medin / edited by Woo-Kyoung Ahn ... [et al.].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2005.
Description
xx, 317 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

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Categorization (Psychology) [Browse]
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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Douglas L. Medin, his life, and his intellectual heritage / Woo-kyoung Ahn ... [et al.] -- "We are all flowering" : a cultural account of the naming of plants among the Tzotzil Maya / Norbert Ross -- Expressing causation in English and other languages / Phillip Wolff ... [et al.] -- Why is the concept of "living thing" so elusive? : concepts, languages, and the development of folkbiology / Sandra Waxman -- Knowledge and category-based induction / John Coley ... [et al.] -- Defending diversity / Evan Heit, Ulrike Hahn, and Aidan Feeney -- On different types of categories / Edward J. Wisniewski, Emily J. Clancy, and Richard N. Tillman -- Individuals and their concepts / Sergey Blok, George Newman, and Lance J. Rips -- Relational categories / Dedre Gentner and Kenneth J. Kurtz -- The study of concepts inside and outside the laboratory : Medin versus Medin / Gregory L. Murphy -- Beyond classification learning / Brian H. Ross, Seth Chin-Parker, and Michael Diaz -- What are categories and why are they coherent? / Arthur B. Markman -- Modeling learning under the influence of culture / Bradley C. Love and Todd M. Gureckis -- Multimodal simulation in conceptual processing / Lawrence W. Barsalou ... [et al.] -- The effect of causal theories on mental disorder diagnosis / Woo-kyoung Ahn and Nancy S. Kim -- The cradle of categorization : supporting fragile internal knowledge through commerce with culture and the world / Frank C. Keil.
ISBN
1591472490
LCCN
2004027013
OCLC
57001850
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