The Sensus Communis of a Situated Mind
Offers an innovative approach to cognitive neuroscience, emphasizing situated and integrative frameworks over mainstream isolationist and decontextualized approaches
Presents a joint analysis of two hot topics in contemporary cognitive neuroscience which are rarely discussed together: contextual social cognition and dynamic action-language coupling
Introduces two neurocognitive models supported by empirical evidence and pregnant with implications for clinical practice
Offers methodological and epistemological reflections on the construction of experiments and theoretical models of cognitive neuroscience, with an emphasis on the notion of "intercognition"
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Psychology book series (BRIEFSPSYCHOL)
Also part of the SpringerBriefs in Theoretical Advances in Psychology book sub series (BRIEFSTHEORET)