Núm. 26 (2018): julio-diciembre 2018
Revisión

Cognición corporeizada, situada y extendida: una revisión sistemática

Jorge Emiro Restrepo
Profesor Asistente. Facultad de Educación y Ciencias Sociales. Tecnológico de Antioquia, Institución Universitaria, Medellín, Colombia
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Publicado 2018-12-19

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Restrepo, J. E. (2018). Cognición corporeizada, situada y extendida: una revisión sistemática. Katharsis, (26), 106–130. https://doi.org/10.25057/25005731.1100

Resumen

Embodied, situated and extended cognition: a systematic review

Resumen

Artículo presenta resultado de una revisión en torno a tres perspectivas alternativas a la perspectiva tradicional de la cognición: la cognición corporeizada, la cognición situada y la cognición extendida, orientada a invitar a los investigadores en esta área (psicólogos, filósofos, antropólogos, educadores, neurocientíficos, entre otros) a considerar y estudiar formas alternas de encarar el fenómeno cognitivo. Para cada una de las tres perspectivas alternativas se exponen la teoría, los conceptos y algunos ejemplos de estudios empíricos que validan esas propuestas mediante una investigación bibliográfica sustentada en algunos de los principales libros y artículos en esta área. Este ejercicio analítico y hermenéutico estuvo ajustado a la metodología de la investigación documental.  

 

Palabras clave: cognición corporeizada, cognición situada, cognición extendida.

 

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