Category Archives: Biology of cognition

More Than Child’s Play: Ability to Think Scientifically Declines as Kids Grow Up

Read Young children think like researchers but lose the feel for the scientific method as they age. Since the 1990s studies have shown that children think scientifically—making predictions, carrying out mini experiments, reaching conclusions and revising their initial hypotheses in … Continue reading

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Autopoiesis, Structural Coupling and Cognition: A history of these and other notions in the biology of cognition

Read My intent in this essay is to reflect on the history of some biological notions such as autopoiesis, structural coupling, and cognition, that I have developed since the early 1960’s as a result of my work on visual perception … Continue reading

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