Productivity and propositional construal as the meshing of embodied representations

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (1):38-39 (1997)
Abstract
Contrary to prevailing views, productivity and propositional construal are not problematic for perceptual views of representation. Glenberg's embodied representations contribute to our understanding of how these two important processes might be implemented perceptually.
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