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COHI 100 Lecture 100611

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COHI 100 Lecture 10/06/11 03:01 Week 2 discussion: Mediation Thinking with the world How to study thinking Powerpoints make people stupid – Tufte The way we communicate does shape our thinking Challenging what we call the 3 rd  implication – thinking and communicating are two  separate processes Powerpoint is a mediation; doesn’t function as a conduit but shapes our thinking Think with the world, with something that exists around us, like PPT This week we challenge idea that thinking is in your head and communicating is  something separate, but they actually mutually shape each other We don’t only think outside our head, but with the world as well We use METHOD to study fMRI – functional magnetic resonance imaging focusing on the brain person goes inside the magnet result: brain images (“visuals”) MRI (structural) vs. fMRI (functional; processes of brain) Assumptions?
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