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    Title: On Susan Hurley's Shared Circuits Model of Action Learning
    Authors: 洪子偉
    HUNG, Tzu-Wei
    Contributors: 政治大學哲學學報
    Keywords: Action Learning;Instrumental Action;Susan Hurley;shared Circuits Model.HMOSAIC Model
    Date: 2018-01
    Issue Date: 2019-04-02
    Abstract: Hurley’s shared circuits model (SCM) is a cognitive architecture that specifies behavior-related sociocognition in terms of the dynamic interactions among perception, action, and the world. Despite its explanatory power for action learning, this model confronts a challenge: although Hurley introduces representation to the SCM to describe higher cognitive skills, she rejects classical representations with a domain-specific processor. The SCM has thus been questioned in terms of its ability to accommodate representation and computation. In this paper, I present a solution that integrates a motor selection mechanism into the SCM. I show how this integration, which requires neither an additional specialized processor nor representation in any classical sense, explains action learning and provides a basis for even higher sociocognitive skills in terms of general computational processes.
    Relation: 政治大學哲學學報, 39, pp.37-70
    Data Type: article
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