Title

Natural pedagogy and social interaction

Abstract

I briefly review several debates between standard cognitivist theories and more embodied (and enactive) theories in the area of social cognition, especially in the context of developmental studies and recent false-belief experiments with young infants. I suggest that the concept of natural pedagogy (Csibra & Gergely, 2009) fits best with the more embodied and enactive accounts of social cognition, and that it provides a good model for an embodied learning processes.

Publication Title

Encyclopaideia

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