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A companion to cognitive anthropology / edited by David B. Kronenfeld ... [et al.]

Contributor(s): Kronenfeld, David B, 1941-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Blackwell companions to anthropology.Publisher: Malaysia : Wiley-Blackwell, 2016Description: xv, 607 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781119111658; 9781405187787.Subject(s): Cognition and culture | EthnopsychologyCall number: 153 Co737 2016 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Contents : Machine generated contents note: Introduction. -- Part I: History of Cognitive Anthropology and the nature and types of Cultural Knowledge Structures. -- 1. A History of Cognitive Anthropology. -- 2. The History of the Cultural Models School Reconsidered: A Paradigm Shift in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 3. The Cognitive Context of Cognitive Anthropology. -- 4. The Limits of the Habitual: Shifting Paradigms for Language and Thought. -- 5. Types of Collective Representations: Cognition, Mental Architecture, and Cultural Knowledge. -- 6. Personal Knowledge and Collective Representations. -- Part II: Methodologies. -- 7. Methods of Data Collection. -- 8. Data, Method, and Interpretation in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 9. Multi-item Scales and Cognitive Ethnography. -- 10. Consensus Analysis. -- 11. Narrative, Mind, and Culture. -- 12. Simulation (and Modeling). -- Part III: Cognitive Structures of Cultural Domains. -- 13. Mathematical Representation of Cultural Constructs. -- 14. Kinship Theory and Cognitive Theory in Anthropology. -- 15. Numerical Cognition and Ethnomathematics. -- 16. 'Indigenous knowledge' and the Understanding of Cultural Cognition: The Contribution of Studies of Environmental Knowledge Systems. -- 17. Emotions, Motivation, and Behavior in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 18. Social Networks, Cognition, and Culture. -- Part IV: Cognitive Anthropology and other Disciplines. -- 19. Culture and Cognition: The Role of Cognitive Anthropology in Anthropology and the Cognitive Science. -- 20. Cultural Models, Power, and Hegemony. -- 21. Cognitive Anthropology Through a Gendered Lens. -- 22. Sociality in Cognitive and Sociocultural Anthropologies: The Relationships aren't Just Additive. -- 23. Cognitive Anthropology and Education: Foundational Models of Self and Cultural Models of Teaching and Learning in Japan and the United States. -- 24. Archaeological Approaches to Cognitive Evolution. -- Part V: Some Examples of Contemporary Research. -- 25. Dots, Sprinkles, and Flecks: Sonar Talk and the Distributed Cognition Model of Mind. -- 26. A Foundational Cultural Model in Polynesia: Monarchy, Democracy, and the Architecture of the Mind. -- 27. Cognitive Approaches to the Study of Romantic Love: Semantic, Cross-Cultural, and as a Process. -- 28. Trouble as Part of Everyday Life: Cognitive and Sociocultural Processes in Avoiding and Responding to Illness. -- 29. Cultural Models of "Benign Senescent Forgetfulness" vs. Alzheimer's Disease: A Consensus Analysis of Three U.S. Ethnic Groups. -- Afterward: One Cognitive View of Culture.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents : Machine generated contents note: Introduction. -- Part I: History of Cognitive Anthropology and the nature and types of Cultural Knowledge Structures. -- 1. A History of Cognitive Anthropology. -- 2. The History of the Cultural Models School Reconsidered: A Paradigm Shift in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 3. The Cognitive Context of Cognitive Anthropology. -- 4. The Limits of the Habitual: Shifting Paradigms for Language and Thought. -- 5. Types of Collective Representations: Cognition, Mental Architecture, and Cultural Knowledge. -- 6. Personal Knowledge and Collective Representations. -- Part II: Methodologies. -- 7. Methods of Data Collection. -- 8. Data, Method, and Interpretation in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 9. Multi-item Scales and Cognitive Ethnography. -- 10. Consensus Analysis. -- 11. Narrative, Mind, and Culture. -- 12. Simulation (and Modeling). -- Part III: Cognitive Structures of Cultural Domains. -- 13. Mathematical Representation of Cultural Constructs. -- 14. Kinship Theory and Cognitive Theory in Anthropology. -- 15. Numerical Cognition and Ethnomathematics. -- 16. 'Indigenous knowledge' and the Understanding of Cultural Cognition: The Contribution of Studies of Environmental Knowledge Systems. -- 17. Emotions, Motivation, and Behavior in Cognitive Anthropology. -- 18. Social Networks, Cognition, and Culture. -- Part IV: Cognitive Anthropology and other Disciplines. -- 19. Culture and Cognition: The Role of Cognitive Anthropology in Anthropology and the Cognitive Science. -- 20. Cultural Models, Power, and Hegemony. -- 21. Cognitive Anthropology Through a Gendered Lens. -- 22. Sociality in Cognitive and Sociocultural Anthropologies: The Relationships aren't Just Additive. -- 23. Cognitive Anthropology and Education: Foundational Models of Self and Cultural Models of Teaching and Learning in Japan and the United States. -- 24. Archaeological Approaches to Cognitive Evolution. -- Part V: Some Examples of Contemporary Research. -- 25. Dots, Sprinkles, and Flecks: Sonar Talk and the Distributed Cognition Model of Mind. -- 26. A Foundational Cultural Model in Polynesia: Monarchy, Democracy, and the Architecture of the Mind. -- 27. Cognitive Approaches to the Study of Romantic Love: Semantic, Cross-Cultural, and as a Process. -- 28. Trouble as Part of Everyday Life: Cognitive and Sociocultural Processes in Avoiding and Responding to Illness. -- 29. Cultural Models of "Benign Senescent Forgetfulness" vs. Alzheimer's Disease: A Consensus Analysis of Three U.S. Ethnic Groups. -- Afterward: One Cognitive View of Culture.

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A companion to cognitive anthropology. (2016). Malaysia : Wiley-Blackwell.

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