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Indigenous cognition

functioning in cultural context
  • 292 Pages
  • 0.11 MB
  • English
Nijhoff, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Academic Publishers , Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Boston, Norwell, MA, USA
Cognition and culture -- Congresses., Cognition and culture -- Africa -- Congresses., Indians of North America -- Psychology -- Congre



Statementeditors, J.W. Berry, S.H. Irvine, E.B. Hunt.
SeriesNATO ASI series., no. 41
ContributionsBerry, John W., Irvine, S. H., Hunt, Earl B., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
LC ClassificationsBF311 .N27 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 292 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2405258M
ISBN 109024736714
LC Control Number87035999

Cognitive psychology has established itself as one of the major branches of the discipline. with much to its credit in such areas as decision making. information processing. memory and learning. Similarly. the assessment of cognitive abilities has become one of the hallmarks of the practice of psychology in the school.

in the factory and in the. Cognitive psychology has established itself as one of the major branches of the discipline. with much to its credit in such areas as decision making. information processing.

memory and learning. Similarly. the assessment of cognitive abilities has become one of the hallmarks of the practice of. Indigenous Cognition: Functioning in Cultural Context NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Indigenous Cognition and Models of Information Processing ( Kingston, Ont.), North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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Division of Scientific Affairs Snippet view - I Indigenous and Universal Cognition.- 1 Cognitive Values and Cognitive Competence Among the Bricoleurs.- 2 Culturally Invariant Parameters of Cognitive Functioning.- 3 Coding, Attention, and Planning: A Cap for Every Head.- 4 The Whorfian Hypothesis Revisited: A Cognitive Science View of Linguistic and Cultural Effects on Thought.- 5.

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Based on fieldwork and reflection over a period of almost fifty years, Maya Potters’ Indigenous Knowledge utilizes engagement theory to describe the indigenous knowledge of traditional Maya potters in Ticul, Yucatán, this heavily illustrated narrative account, Dean E.

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Inshe was named the Atkinson Fellow for public policy. Indigenous methodologies flow from tribal knowledge, and while they are allied with several western qualitative approaches, they remain distinct. These are the focal considerations of Margaret Kovach's study, which offers guidance to those conducting research in the academy using Indigenous methodologies.

Show more An inspired weaving of indigenous knowledge, plant science, and personal narrative from a distinguished professor of science and a Native American whose previous book, Gathering Moss, was awarded the John Burroughs Medal for outstanding nature writing.

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Indigenous Knowledge has emerged as a significant resource in development discussions. This study proposes that Indigenous Knowledge and its integration for purposes of sustainable development is paramount if at all we are to achieve sustainability of the Millennium Development Goals and more especially in the context of the Millennium Village Project at Bar-Sauri Author: Awuor Ponge.

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When Mehana Vaughan spoke over a Zoom call to celebrate the book launch of Plants, People, and Places, she was inside her home in Hawaii making leis with her children. “We are plant people,” said the professor of natural resources and environmental management of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

“This is an art shared by my grandmother and a way we share our love.”.

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The target audience of this book will be composed of academics, students, professionals and researchers working in the field of indigenous knowledge systems.

Related disciplines includes anthropology, sociology, archaeology, environmental sciences, health sciences, agricultural sciences just to name but a few will benefit from this book. In book: Handbook of research on social, cultural, and educational considerations of indigenous knowledge in developing countries (pp).

Indigenous knowledge (IK) is defined in this chapter as a global concept referring to knowledge that arises out of the respective cultural, historical and social backgrounds of indigenous peoples, in other words prior knowledge that is primarily shaped by the family, community and the environment, e.g.

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