Description - A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology by David B. Kronenfeld
Companion to Cognitive Anthropology offers a comprehensive overview of the development of cognitive anthropology from its inception to the present day and presents recent findings in the areas of theory, methodology, and field research in twenty-nine key essays by leading scholars.
Demonstrates the importance of cognitive anthropology as an early constituent of the cognitive sciences Examines how culturally shared and complex cognitive systems work, how they are structured, how they differ from one culture to another, how they are learned and passed onExplains how cultural (or collective) vs. individual knowledge distinguishes cognitive anthropology from cognitive psychologyExamines recent theories and methods for studying cognition in real-world scenariosContains twenty-nine key essays by leading names in the field
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Author Biography - David B. Kronenfeld
David B. Kronenfeld is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at University of California, Riverside and is the author of numerous books, including
Culture, Society, and Cognition: Collective Goals, Values, Action, and Knowledge (2008).
Giovanni Bennardo is Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University. He is the author of three books, most recently Language, Space, and Social Relationships: A Foundational Cultural Model in Polynesia (2009).
Michael D. Fischer is Professor of Anthropological Sciences at the University of Kent and has written Applications in Computing for Social Anthropologists (1994).
Victor de Munck is Associate Professor of Anthropology at State University New York, New Paltz, and is the author of numerous publications, including Research Design and Methods for Studying Cultures (2009).