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Del subdesarrollo social al sobre-desarrollo de la violencia - www.nssoaxaca.com

Del subdesarrollo social al sobre-desarrollo de la violencia - www.nssoaxaca.com | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it
Del subdesarrollo social al sobre-desarrollo de la violenciawww.nssoaxaca.com“El subdesarrollo no se define solamente en términos económicos.
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Social Intelligence - Technology Review

Social Intelligence - Technology Review | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it
Siri may not be the smartest AI in the world, but it's the most socially adept.
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Higher cognition and social behavior: Changes in cognitive flexibility and empathy after cerebral lesions. Grattan, Lynn M.; Eslinger, Paul J. Neuropsychology, Vol 3(3), 1989, 175-185

Examined whether an aspect of interpersonal behavior, (i.e., empathy) may be related to compromises in cognitive flexibility following brain injury. 50 persons (aged 19–72 yrs) with cerebral lesions were administered standardized measures of cognitive flexibility (Wisconsin Card Sorting Test and Alternate Uses) and empathy (Hogan Empathy Scale). There was no difference between self-reported empathy scores and those of significant others. Brain-injured Ss obtained lower empathy scores than the comparison group. Correlations were found between cognitive flexibility and empathy. Findings may suggest that flexibility is a prerequisite skill for empathy; that the 2 variables share common neural and/or cognitive processes; and that empathic change after brain injury occurs as an emotional reaction to acquired disabilities, including inflexibility.

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On the Social Nature of Human Cognition: An Analysis of the shared intellectual roots of George Herbert Mead and Lev Vygotsky - VALSINER - 2007 - Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour - Wiley ...

On the Social Nature of Human Cognition: An Analysis of the shared intellectual roots of George Herbert Mead and Lev Vygotsky - VALSINER - 2007 - Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour - Wiley ... | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it
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Introduction. Social intelligence: from brain to culture

Humans are perhaps the most social animals. Although some eusocial insects, herd mammals and seabirds live in colonies comprising millions of individuals, no other species lives in such a variety of social groups as Homo sapiens. We live in many different sized societies, from small, nomadic hunter-gatherer societies to cities consisting of millions of people living in close proximity; we form special social bonds with kin and many of us make lifelong commitments to one socio-sexual partner, represented in the shape of a marriage.

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ScienceDirect.com - Robotics and Autonomous Systems - Getting to know each other—Artificial social intelligence for autonomous robots

This paper proposes a research direction to study the development of ‘artificial socialintelligence’ of autonomous robots which should result in ‘individualized robot societies’.

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ScienceDirect.com - Behavioural Processes - Self-awareness and the evolution of social intelligence

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ScienceDirect.com - Personality and Individual Differences - Me, myself, and lie: The role of self-awareness in deception

Deception has been studied extensively but still little is known about individual differences in deception ability. We investigated the relationship between self-awareness and deception ability. We enlisted novice actors to portray varying levels of deception. Forty-two undergraduates viewed the videotaped portrayals and rated the actors’ believability. Actors with high private self-awareness were more effective deceivers, suggesting that high self-monitors are more effective at deceiving. Self-awareness may lead to knowledge of another’s mental state (i.e., Theory of Mind), which may improve an individual’s deception ability.

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Social Intelligence and Interaction

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There is a growing view that intelligence evolved as a product of social independence and that intelligence was linked to the use of spoken language.
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George Herbert Mead: Mind Self and Society: Section 18: The Self and the Organism

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RSA Animate - The Power of Outrospection

Introspection is out, and outrospection is in. Philosopher and author Roman Krznaric explains how we can help drive social change by stepping outside ourselv...
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Social Situatedness of Natural and Artificial Intelligence: Vygotsky and Beyond

The concept of “social situatedness,” that is, the idea that the development of individual intelligence requires a social (and cultural) embedding, has recently received much attention in cognitive science and artificial intelligence research, in particular work on social or epigenetic robotics. The work of Lev Vygotsky, who put forward this view as early as the 1920s, has influenced the discussion to some degree but still remains far from well known. This article therefore is aimed at giving an overview of his cognitive development theory and a discussion of its relation to more recent work in primatology and socially situated artificial intelligence, in particular humanoid robotics.

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The social brain hypothesis of schizophrenia

The social brain hypothesis is a useful heuristic for understanding schizophrenia. It focuses attention on the core Bleulerian concept of autistic alienation and is consistent with well-replicated findings of social brain dysfunction in schizophrenia as well as contemporary theories of human cognitive and brain evolution. The contributions of Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty and Wittgenstein allow us to arrive at a new "philosophy of interpersonal relatedness", which better reflects the "embodied mind" and signifies the end of Cartesian dualistic thinking. In this paper I review the evolution, development and neurobiology of the social brain - the anatomical and functional substrate for adaptive social behaviour and cognition. Functional imaging identifies fronto-temporal and fronto-parietal cortical networks as comprising the social brain, while the discovery of "mirror neurons" provides an understanding of social cognition at a cellular level. Patients with schizophrenia display abnormalities in a wide range of social cognition tasks such as emotion recognition, theory of mind and affective responsiveness. Furthermore, recent research indicates that schizophrenia is a disorder of functional and structural connectivity of social brain networks. These findings lend support to the claim that schizophrenia represents a costly by-product of social brain evolution in Homo sapiens. Individuals with this disorder find themselves seriously disadvantaged in the social arena and vulnerable to the stresses of their complex social environments. This state of "disembodiment" and interpersonal alienation is the core phenomenon of schizophrenia and the root cause of intolerable suffering in the lives of those affected.

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JSTOR: International Journal of Ethics, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Apr., 1923), pp. 229-247

Scientific Method and the Moral Sciences.
George Herbert Mead.
Abril, 1923

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JSTOR: The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, Vol. 9, No. 15 (Jul. 18, 1912), pp. 401-406

JSTOR: The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, Vol. 9, No. 15 (Jul. 18, 1912), pp. 401-406 | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it

The Mechanism of Social Consciousness

George H. Mead

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ScienceDirect.com - Consciousness and Cognition - The uncanny mirror: A re-framing of mirror self-experience

Mirror self-experience is re-casted away from the cognitivist interpretation that has dominated discussions on the issue since the establishment of the mirror mark test. Ideas formulated by Merleau-Ponty on mirror self-experience point to the profoundly unsettling encounter with one’s specular double. These ideas, together with developmental evidence are re-visited to provide a new, psychologically and phenomenologically more valid account of mirror self-experience: an experience associated with deep wariness.

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ScienceDirect.com - Cognitive Development - Evolution and the modularity of mindreading

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Machiavellian Intelligence II

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This book aims to explain the intelligence of monkeys and apes, and the huge brain expansion that marked human evolution.
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Psicologia Granollers: La privación social afecta al crecimiento del cerebro

Psicologia Granollers: La privación social afecta al crecimiento del cerebro | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it
RT @psicologiaenred: Psicologia Granollers: La privación social afecta al crecimiento del cerebro http://t.co/aIty84vz...
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La maldición de los formatos y las posturas defensivas frente al ...

La maldición de los formatos y las posturas defensivas frente al ... | Inteligencia Social | Scoop.it
Me parece perfecto que Manuel reaccionara indignado frente a la apología de la interacción (barata) desconociéndose la base cultural del interaccionismo simbólico que le debemos a Ervin Goffman como propusiera en la ...
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Del subdesarrollo social al sobre-desarrollo de la violencia - www.nssoaxaca.com

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Del subdesarrollo social al sobre-desarrollo de la violenciawww.nssoaxaca.com“El subdesarrollo no se define solamente en términos económicos.
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Albion Small and George Vincent: Introduction to the Study of Society: Book V Chapter 3:  Certain Laws of Social Psychology —Social Intelligence and Feeling

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