Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):571-572 (1998)

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Don Dedrick
University of Guelph
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A concern for cultural specificity, the staple of traditional anthropological research, survives the transition to domain-specific accounts of cognitive structuring such as Atran's, and is arguably better off for having made the transition. The identification of domain-specific processes provide us with criteria for sorting cultural differences and integrating cultural concerns within cognitive science.
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