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  1. Wolfgang Tschacher & Claudia Bergomi (2013). Conversation with Hermann Haken. Mind and Matter 11 (1):7-20.
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  2. Hermann Haken & Wolfgang Tschacher (2010). Theoretical Model of Intentionality. Mind and Matter 8 (1):7-18.
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  3. Wolfgang Tschacher & Ulrich M. Junghan (2001). Next Step, Synergetics? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (1):66-67.
    Thelen et al. offer an inspiring behavior-based theory of a long-standing cognitive problem. They demonstrate how joining traditions, old (the Gestaltist field theory) and new (dynamical systems theory) may open up the path towards embodied cognition. We discuss possible next steps. Self-organization theory (synergetics) could be used to address the formation of gaze/reach attractors and their optimality, given environmental control parameters. Finally, some clinical applications of the field model are advocated.
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  4. Wolfgang Tschacher & J.-P. Dauwalder (eds.) (1999). Dynamics, Synergetics, Autonomous Agents: Nonlinear Systems Approaches to Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science. Singapore: World Scientific.
    This volume focuses on the modeling of cognition, and brings together contributions from psychologists and researchers in the field of cognitive science.
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  5. Wolfgang Tschacher & Christian Scheier (1996). The Perspective of Situated and Self-Organizing Cognition in Cognitive Psychology. Communication and Cognition-Artificial Intelligence 13 (2-3):163-189.