Categorization, the basic cognitive process of arranging objects into categories, is a fundamental process in human and machine intelligence and is central to investigations and research in cognitive science. Until now, categorization has been approached from singular disciplinary perspectives with little overlap or communication between the disciplines involved (Linguistics, Psychology, Philosophy, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Cognitive Anthropology). Henri Cohen and Claire Lefebvre have gathered together a stellar collection of contributors in this unique, ambitious attempt to bring together converging disciplinary and conceptual perspectives on this topic. qCategorization is a key concept across the range of cognitive sciences, including linguistics and philosophy, yet hitherto it has been hard to find accounts that go beyond the concerns of one or two individual disciplines. The Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science provides just the sort of interdisciplinary approach that is necessary to synthesize knowledge from the different fields and provide the basis for future innovation.q Professor Bernard Comrie, Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany qAnyone concerned with language, semantics, or categorization will want to have this encyclopedic collection.q Professor Eleanor Rosch, Dept of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, USAB. (1996), aNon-manual realization of agreement in American Sign Languagea, Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation (Boston University. ... Turner, eds (1994), Word- order issues in sign language: Working papers (presented at a workshop held in Durham, 18-22 September 1991). ... and F. Karlsson, eds., SLR 87: Papers from the 4th International Symposium on Sign Language Research (Signum-Verlag.
|Title||:||Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2005-10-25|