Cognitive models in palaeolithic archaeology champions the use of formal cognitive models in the analysis of prehistoric remains from the deep past the authors of individual chapters include many of the leading authorities in the nascent field of cognitive archaeology after a historically organized introduction to evolutionary cognitive archaeology by thomas wynn the chapters present and apply several different cognitive models to palaeolithic remains including expert cognition t wynn . Cognitive models in palaeolithic archaeology edited by thomas wynn and frederick l coolidge interdisciplinary look combining cognitive science and archaeology new insights into hominin evolution written by an archaeologist and psychologist who have worked together for over a decade on the evolution of cognition. Abstract cognitive models in palaeolithic archaeology is an edited volume that champions the use of cognitive models in the analysis of palaeolithic remains the volume will be a landmark in the development of cognitive archaeology by demonstrating the insights that can be gained by applying cognitive models to palaeolithic evidence. Cognitive models in palaeolithic archaeology explores hominin cognitive development by applying formal cognitive models to analyze prehistoric remains from the entire range of the palaeolithic from the earliest stone tools 33 million years ago to artistic developments that emerged 50000 years ago several different cognitive models are presented including expert cognition information processing material engagement theory embodied extended cognition neuroaesthetics visual resonance
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