Implementation of DEvelopmentAl Learning (IDEAL) Course
5. Radical interactionism »
Selected readings on radical interactionism
- I recommend this paper as an introduction to cognitive architectures, the topic that we will address in Lesson 6.
It gives a comprehensive overview of the subject and presents challenges that remain to be addressed.
One serious limitation of this review is that it does not list ontogenetic development as one of these challenges.
Desiderata for Cognitive Architectures
Philosophical psychology, 17(3).
- Our article that reports the experiments shown in
Video 53 and Video 55.
Georgeon, Wolf, & Gay (2013).
An Enactive Approach to Autonomous Agent and Robot Learning.
IEEE Third Joint International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics
(EPIROB2013). Osaka, Japan.
Radical Interactionism Frequently Asked Questions by Olivier.
RI is a quite new approach that raises debates and questions. Please read the FAQs before asking you own questions.
If you have no interest in programming, then you may stop Lesson 5 here.
The participants of the IDEAL MOOC
may go back to their session in Claroline Connect to answer the questionnaire.
If you have an interest in programming, you can find our self-programming RI algorithm on the next pages.
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