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In search of a conceptual location to share cognition

  • Gün R. Semin (a1) and John T. Cacioppo (a2)

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It is argued that the multilayered model offered by the shared circuits model (SCM) falls short of capturing an essential aspect of social cognition, namely, its distributed nature. The SCM therefore falls short of modeling emergent social cognition and behavior.

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In search of a conceptual location to share cognition

  • Gün R. Semin (a1) and John T. Cacioppo (a2)

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