Dickins, Thomas E. and Levy, Joe P. (2001) ‘Evolution, development and learning - a nested hierarchy?’, in French, Robert M and Sougné, Jacques P (eds.) Correctionist models of learning and evolution: the 6th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. Liège Belgium 16-19 September 2001 pp.
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The Dynamical Hypothesis  is gathering force within cognitive science and within biology. Evolutionary, developmental and learning processes can all be characterised by the DH and any models should try to account for this property. The processes differ in terms of their operational time-scale and the resources each has to hand. Evolution sets the parameters for the dynamical interactions in development and learning. Could all three processes possibly be regarded as a nested hierarchy sharing the same dynamical properties? We ask this question and argue that a DH understanding of the potential evolution of cognitive systems could inform subsequent modelling.
|Divisions:||Schools > Psychology, School of|
|Additional Information:||Citation: Dickins, T.E and Levy J.P. (2000) ‘Evolution, development and learning - a nested hierarchy?’ In: French, Robert M. and Sougné, Jacques P. (eds) Correctionist models of learning and evolution: the 6th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, Liège Belgium 16-19 September 2001 pp 263-270.|
|Date Deposited:||09 Feb 2010 15:03|
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Creators:||Dickins, Thomas E. and Levy, Joe P.|
|Publisher:||Liège Belgium 16-19 September 2001 pp|
|Last Modified:||27 Sep 2012 12:01|
|Depositing User:||Stephen Grace|