A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION

Yıl: 2018 Cilt: 58 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 1788 - 1810 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29

A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION

Öz:
This paper aims to discuss James J. Gibson's theory of visual perception in the context ofembodied cognition. First, Gibson's theory is discussed in the context of simple vs. radicalembodiment distinction proposed by Clark (348). Then, it is discussed in the context ofconceptualization, replacement and constitution categorization proposed by Shapiro(Embodied Cognition: New... 4). In order to highlight similarities and the differences,Gibson's theory is also compared with other studies advocating the embodiment such asThelen et al.'s (1) dynamical approach to cognitive development, O'Regan and Noë's (Asensory motor account... 1; What is it like... 1) sensorimotor approach to perception andVarela et al.'s (1) enactive approach to cognition. The paper ends with a summary of themeaning of the embodiment in Gibson's theory.
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JAMES J. GIBSON'IN GÖRSEL ALGI KURAMININ BEDENLENMİŞ BİLİŞ KAVRAMI BAĞLAMINDA BİR TARTIŞMASI

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Bu makalede, James J. Gibson'ın görsel algı kuramının bedenlenmiş biliş kavramı bağlamında bir tartışması sunulmaktadır. Gibson'ın görsel algı kuramı, ilk olarak, Clark (348) tarafından öne sürülen basit bedenleme ve radikal bedenlenme ayrımı çerçevesinde tartışılmıştır. Daha sonra, Gibson'ın kuramı, Sharpiro tarafından önerilen kavramlaştırma, değiştirme ve oluşturma kategorileri bağlamında tartışılmıştır (Embodied Cognition: New... 4). Ardından Gibson'ın kuramı, bilişsel gelişime dinamik yaklaşım (Thelen ve diğerleri 1), algıya duyusal motor yaklaşım (O'Regan ve Noë, “A sensory motor account...” 1; O'Regan ve Noë, “What is it like...” 1) ve bilişe enaktif yaklaşım (Varela ve diğerleri 1) gibi bedenlenmeyi savunan diğer çalışmalar ile karşılaştırılmış; Gibson'ın kuramı ve bu çalışmalar arasındaki benzerlikler ve farklılıklar vurgulanmıştır. Makalenin sonunda bedenlenmenin Gibson'ın kuramındaki anlamına yönelik bir özet sunulmuştur.
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APA KADIHASANOĞLU D (2018). A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. , 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
Chicago KADIHASANOĞLU DİDEM A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. (2018): 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
MLA KADIHASANOĞLU DİDEM A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. , 2018, ss.1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
AMA KADIHASANOĞLU D A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. . 2018; 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
Vancouver KADIHASANOĞLU D A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. . 2018; 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
IEEE KADIHASANOĞLU D "A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION." , ss.1788 - 1810, 2018. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
ISNAD KADIHASANOĞLU, DİDEM. "A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION". (2018), 1788-1810. https://doi.org/10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
APA KADIHASANOĞLU D (2018). A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi, 58(2), 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
Chicago KADIHASANOĞLU DİDEM A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi 58, no.2 (2018): 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
MLA KADIHASANOĞLU DİDEM A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi, vol.58, no.2, 2018, ss.1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
AMA KADIHASANOĞLU D A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi. 2018; 58(2): 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
Vancouver KADIHASANOĞLU D A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION. Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi. 2018; 58(2): 1788 - 1810. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
IEEE KADIHASANOĞLU D "A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION." Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi, 58, ss.1788 - 1810, 2018. 10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29
ISNAD KADIHASANOĞLU, DİDEM. "A DISCUSSION OF JAMES J. GIBSON'S THEORY OF VISUAL PERCEPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF EMBODIED COGNITION". Dil ve Tarih-Coğrafya Fakültesi Dergisi 58/2 (2018), 1788-1810. https://doi.org/10.33171/dtcfjournal.2018.58.2.29