Insights into coordination, collaboration, and cooperation from the behavioral and cognitive sciences
Alan Cienki | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Moscow State Linguistic University | firstname.lastname@example.org
The study of coordination, collaboration, and cooperation brings to the fore a number of questions concerning the cognitive status of the various forms of behaviors that are involved. In this article, we will briefly consider coordination, collaboration, and cooperation in terms of their respective time courses and how they relate to such topics as intentionality, consciousness, role perspective, mental models, and mental simulation. Taken together, the study of coordination, collaboration, and cooperation provides a rich area for interaction between the behavioral and cognitive sciences.
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