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Perspectives on imitation : from neuroscience to social science

Auteur : S L Hurley; Nick Chater
Éditeur : Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2005.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Type d’ouvrage : Ressource Internet
Format : Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : S L Hurley; Nick Chater
ISBN : 026258252X 9780262582520 0262582503 9780262582506 0262582511 9780262582513 0262083353 9780262083355 0262083361 9780262083362
Numéro OCLC : 55067872
Description : 2 v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contenu : volume 1. Mechanisms of imitation and imitation in animals: --
Introduction: The importance of imitation / Susan Hurley and Nick Chater --
I. Mechanisms of imitation --
1. The mirror neuron system and imitation / Giacomo Rizzolatti --
2. Understanding others: imitation, language, and empathy / Vittorio Gallese --
4. The neurophysiology of imitation and intersubjectivity / Jean Decety and Thierry Chaminade --
5. An ideomotor approach to imitation . Wolfgang Prinz --
6. Imitation by association / Cecilia Heyes --
7. The shared circuits hypothesis: a unified functional architecture for control, imitation, and simulation / Susan Hurley --
8. Commentary and discussion on mechanisms of imitation: --
8.1. Reflections on mirror systems / J.N.P. Rawlins on Rizzolatti and on Decety and Chaminade --
8.2. Action recognition, imitation, and language are different / Michael Arbib on Iacoboni --
8.3. Evidence for memetic drive? / Suan Blackmore on Iacoboni --
8.4. The role of mirror neurons in imitation / Susan Jones on Gallese --
8.5. Overlapping brain states while viewing and doing / Marcel Kinsbourne on Decety and Chaminade --
8.6. Action, Ideation, and Perception / Michael Arbib on W. Prinz --
8.7. The application of ideomotor theory to imitation / Merlin Donald on W. Prinz --
8.8. How to analyze learning by imitation / Bennett Galef on Heyes --
8.9. The imitative correspondence problem: solved or sidestepped? / Andrew Whiten on Heyes --
II. Imitation in Animals: --
9. Detecting, understanding, and explaining imitation by animals / Richard W. Byrne --
10. Insights into vocal imitation in African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) / Irene M. Pepperberg --
11. Selective imitation in child and chimpanzee: a window on the construal of others' actions / Andrew Whiten, Victoria Horner, and Sarah Marshall-Pescini --
12. Commentary and discussion on imitation in animals: --
12.1. Imitation in animals: function versus mechanism and the issue of novelty / Thomas Zentall on Byrne --
12.2. Novelty and complexity: two problems in animal (and human) imitation / Birgit Elsner on Byrne --
12.3. Do parrots (and children) emulate speech sounds? / Richard W. Byrne on Pepperberg --
12.4. Some reflections on imitation in human language / Martin J. Pickering on Pepperberg --
12.5. Breathing new life into the study of imitation by animals: what and when do chimpanzees imitate? / Bennett Galef on Whiten, Horner, and Marshall-Pescini --
12.6. Why don't apes ape more? / Susan Jones on Whiten, Homer, and Marshall-Pescini --
volume 2. Imitation, human development, and culture: --
Introduction: The importance of limitation / Susan Hurley and Nick Chater --
I. Imitation and human development: --
1. Imitation and other minds: the "like me" hypothesis / Andrew N. Meltzoff --
2. Imitation, mind reading, and simulation / Alvin I. Goldman --
3. Intentional agents like myself / Robert M. Gordon --
4. No compelling evidence to dispute Piaget's timetable of the development of representational imitation in infacy / Moshe Anisfeld --
5. Intention reading and imitative learning / Michael Tomasello and Malinda Carpenter --
6. On learning what not to do: the emergence of selective imitation in toll use by young children / Paul L. harris and Stephen Want --
7. Imitation as entrainment: brain mechanisms and social consequences / Marcel Kinsbourne --
8. Commentary and discussion on imitation and human development: --
8.1. Grasping action / Paul L. Harris on Meltzoff --
8.2. Do babies know what they look life? Doppelgängers and the phenomenology of infancy / Nicholas Humphrey on Meltzoff --
8.1. Construing selves from others / Wolfgang Prinz on Goldman --
8.4. Some reflections on the theory Theory-Simulation Theory debate / Ruth Garrett Millikan on Goldman --
8.5. Who can imitate depends on how we define imitation / Thomas Zentall on Anisfeld --
8.6. What does infant imitation tell us about the underlying representation? / Birgit Elsner on Anisfeld --
8.7. Joining the intentional dance / Guy Claxton on Tomasello and Carpenter --
8.8. Two elegant experiments / George Comstock on Harris and Want --
8.9. Against copying: learning when (and whom) not to ape / Guy Claxton on Kinsbourne --
8.10. Imitating violence / Susan Brison on Kinsbourne --
II. Imitation and culture: --
9. Why we are social animals: the high road to imitation as social glue / Ap Dijksterhuis --
10. Deceptive mimicry in humans / Diego Gambetta --
11. What effects does the treatment of violence in the mass media have on people's conduct? a controversy reconsidered / John Eldridge --
12. Imitation and the effects of observing media violence on behavior / L. Rowell Huesmann --
13. Imitation and moral development / Jesse J. Prinz --
14. Imitation and mimesis / Merlin Donald --
15. Imitation and rationality / Robert Sugden --
16. Common misunderstanding of memes (and genes): the promise and the limits of the genetic analogy to cultural transmission processes / Francisco J. Gil-White --
17. Goals versus memes: explanation in the Theory of Cultural Evolution / Mark Greenberg --
18. Mendelian and Darwinian views of memes and cultural change / Nick Chater --
19. Commentary and discussion on imitation and culture: --
19.1 Not waving but drowning / Susan Brison on Dijksterhuis --
19.2. The imitation superhighway / Harry Litman on Dijksterhuis --
19.3. The crimes of Proteus / Harry Litman on Gambetta --
19.4. Media violence an aggression, properly considered / George Comstock on Eldridge --
19.5. Applying the science of imitation to the imitation of violence / Susan Hurley on Huesmann --
19.6. Acquiring morality by imitating emotions / L. Rowell Huesmann on J. Prinz --
19.7. Mirror systems and Adam Smith's Theory of Sympathy / Robert Sugden --
19.8. The relation between language and (Mimetic) culture / Morten H, Christiansen on Donald --
19.9. A possible confusion between mimetic and memetic / Susan Blackmore on Donald --
19.10 Imitation as a tool of cooperation and manipulation / Paul Seabright on Sugden and on Gambetta --
19.11. Proving rationality / Mark Greenberg on Sugden --
19.12. Even deeper misunderstandings of memes / Susan Blackmore on Gil-White --
19.13. Can memes meet the challenge? / Susan Blackmore on Greenberg and on Chater.
Responsabilité : edited by Susan Hurley and Nick Chater.

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