01.21 lec notes

01.21 lec notes - 01.21.10 Frame Semantics -Same neurons...

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01.21.10 Frame Semantics -Same neurons are fired during remembering, dreaming, imagining as when you are actually doing -Mental simulation: activating the same parts of the brain mirror neurons: neurons that fire when you perform an action or when you see someone else do that action--> correspondence between doing and perceiving Circuit Types four main types: gestalt, activating, inhibiting, binding (definitions and details in lecture slides) -very small number of circuit types are required to characterize the structure of thought and language Meaningfulness -how do the neurons gain meaning? -neuronal groups may be linked in networks that. .. -image schema: “in” and “out” container schema example -spatial schemas are cogs -there are pathway, process schemas -cog structure: they structure your experience directly -most complex concepts link to things that are meaningful and these links connect via these four types of circuits for directly meaningful experiences -circuits are usually not too long and are usually parallel (not linear)
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