More mathematics: Bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (4):572-572 (1997)
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Although the idea that cognitive structure changes as we learn is welcome, a variety of mathematical structures are needed to model the neural and cognitive processes involved. A specific example of bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence is given, building on a formalism given elsewhere. As the structure of cognition changes, previous learning can become tacit, adding to the complexity of cognition and its modeling.
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