How To Build A Baby* Some articles here: How to build a baby II: Conceptual primitives. Drinking and driving don’t mix; inductive generalization in infancy. Studies in inductive inference in infancy. Advancing downward to the basic level. Perceptual and conceptual processes in infancy. Understanding spatial relations: Flexible infants, lexical adults. On the birth and growth of concepts. The spatial foundations of the conceptual system. On the Spatial Foundations of the Conceptual System and its Enrichment On defining image schemas — Ok, this all looks familiar; conceptual primitives. I’ll have to go through my old notes to see if I’ve been here before; the idea of studying concepts acquired by babies that build up our concepts; I’ve been thinking along these lines for a while yet I don’t recognize this specifically. Her career spans decades so I’m sure I encountered her work; I’ll have to look at my notes. https://pages.ucsd.edu/~jmandler/

How To Build A Baby*
 
Some articles here:
How to build a baby II: Conceptual primitives.
Drinking and driving don’t mix; inductive generalization in infancy.
Studies in inductive inference in infancy.
Advancing downward to the basic level.
Perceptual and conceptual processes in infancy.
Understanding spatial relations: Flexible infants, lexical adults.
On the birth and growth of concepts.
The spatial foundations of the conceptual system.
On the Spatial Foundations of the Conceptual System and its Enrichment
On defining image schemas
 
Ok, this all looks familiar; conceptual primitives. I’ll have to go through my old notes to see if I’ve been here before; the idea of studying concepts acquired by babies that build up our concepts; I’ve been thinking along these lines for a while yet I don’t recognize this specifically. Her career spans decades so I’m sure I encountered her work; I’ll have to look at my notes.
 
https://pages.ucsd.edu/~jmandler/

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