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The Perceived Self : Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self Knowledge - Ulric Neisser

The Perceived Self

Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self Knowledge

By: Ulric Neisser (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 27th May 1994
ISBN: 9780521415095
Number Of Pages: 336

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This book brings new ideas to bear on the classical psychological problem of the self. A distinguished interdisciplinary group of contributors explore Neisser's hypothesis that each of us has an "ecological self" based on our immediate situation in the environment and an "interpersonal self" established through social interaction. These aspects of the self, which are based on accurate perception, appear early in infancy. They have implications for topics ranging from motor development to psychopathology to nonverbal communication, to social philosophy. The Perceived Self explores these notions with topics that range from the perceptual and social development of infants to autism and blindness; from mechanisms of motor control to dance and nonverbal communication; as well as from ecological theory to the work of social philosophers such as G.H. Mead and Martin Buber.

Preface
List of contributors
Introduction
The self perceived
The Concept of an Ecological Self
Ontogenesis of the perceived self
Body-environment coupling
A theory of representation-driven actions
The ecological self in historical context
Good intentions and dancing moments: Agency, freedom and self-knowledge in dance
The primacy of the ecological self
The Interpersonal Self and Its Implications
The self born in intersubjectivity: the psychology of an infant communicating
On the interpersonal origins of self-concept
Infant's knowledge of self, other, and relationship
The role of feelings for an interpersonal self
Spontaneous communication and foundation of the interpersonal self
Autism, affordances and the self
Through feeling and sight to self and symbol
G. H. Mead and Martin Buber on the interpersonal self
Cognitive science, other minds, and the philosophy of dialogue and the egocentric predicament
Author index
Subject index
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ISBN: 9780521415095
ISBN-10: 0521415098
Series: Emory Symposia in Cognition
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 27th May 1994
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.65 x 15.82  x 2.16
Weight (kg): 0.57

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