Monday, November 29, 2010

Who Supports Revolutionary EC 10?

“Instead, it [working memory] must be viewed as essentially hybrid, made up of two distinct components. In particular, the processes involved in working memory must be viewed as made up of both biological processes and processes of external manipulation of relevant information-bearing structures in the environment.” (Rowlands, 1999, p. 147)

Rowlands, (1999), The Body in Mind.  Cambridge University Press.

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