Symbol Grounding

Special issue of Interaction Studies 8:1 (2007)

Editors
Tony Belpaeme | University of Plymouth
Stephen J. Cowley | University of Hertfordshire
Karl F. MacDorman | Indiana University
[Interaction Studies, 8:1] 2007.  180 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Symbol Grounding
Foreword: Extending symbol grounding
Tony Belpaeme and Stephen J. Cowley
1–6
Grounding symbols in the physics of speech communication
Simon F. Worgan and Robert I. Damper
7–30
Social symbol grounding and language evolution
Paul Vogt and Federico Divina
31–52
How many words can my robot learn? An approach and experiments with one-class learning
Luís Seabra Lopes and Aneesh Chauhan
53–81
How human infants deal with symbol grounding
Stephen J. Cowley
83–104
Semiotic symbols and the missing theory of thinking
Robert Clowes
105–124
The acquired language of thought hypothesis: A theory of symbol grounding
Christopher Viger
125–142
Afterword: Life after the symbol system metaphor
Karl F. MacDorman
143–158
Article
Bimodal signaling in infancy: Motor behavior, reference, and the evolution of spoken language
John L. Locke
159–175
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General