Computational Grounded Cognition: a new alliance between grounded cognition and computational modeling

Pezzulo, Giovanni; Barsalou, Lawrence W.; Cangelosi, Angelo; Fischer, Martin H.; McRae, Ken; Spivey, Michael J.; Guerin, Frank; Stoianov, Ivilin P.
January 2013
Frontiers in Psychology;Jan2013, Vol. 4, p1
Academic Journal
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