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人造物概念的表征:功能、意图和目的论的解释
Alternative TitleRepresentation of Artifacts’ Concepts: Function, Intention, and Teleological Explanation
孙宇浩; 傅小兰
2005
Source Publication心理科学进展
ISSN1671-3710
Volume13Issue:4Pages:466-478
Abstract以概念结构研究从“相似”到“解释”的理论转向为背景,评述人造物领域的“意图-历史论”(Bloom,1996),提出人造物概念结构中自上而下的约束是来自“使用目的”而不是“设计意图”。分析近期报告的大量实验,最后提出人造物概念表征的“基于使用的目的论”的解释模式和人造物归类的双重目标模型。
Keyword概念结构 人造物 意图 功能 目的论 基于解释的理论。
Subject Area认知心理学
Language中文
Funding Project本研究得到中国科技部973 项目(2002CB312103)、国家自然科学基金重点项目(60433030)和面上项目 (30270466)、中国科学院心理研究所创新重点项目(0302037)经费支持。
NoteThis paper proposed that “using-goal” instead of “intended design” as the top-down constraints in representation of artifact concepts after reviewing intentional-historical theory (Bloom, 1996) of artifact concepts and its evidences reported recently. Basing on analysis on experiments reported recently, a using-based teleological explanatory mode for representation of artifact concepts and a dual-goal model for artifacts’ categorization were advanced.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/2842
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding Author傅小兰
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孙宇浩,傅小兰. 人造物概念的表征:功能、意图和目的论的解释[J]. 心理科学进展,2005,13(4):466-478.
APA 孙宇浩,&傅小兰.(2005).人造物概念的表征:功能、意图和目的论的解释.心理科学进展,13(4),466-478.
MLA 孙宇浩,et al."人造物概念的表征:功能、意图和目的论的解释".心理科学进展 13.4(2005):466-478.
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