Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Individual differences |
Methods | Statistics | Clinical | Educational | Industrial | Professional items | World psychology |
Cognitive space uses the analogy of location in two, three or higher dimensional space to describe and categorize the thoughts, memories and ideas. Each individual has his/her cognitive space, resulting in a unique categorization of their ideas. The dimensions of this cognitive space depend on information, training and finally on a person's awareness. All this depends globally from the cultural setting.
The relationship between cognitive space and language has been investigated by Izchak Schlesinger (ISBN 9780521434362). He argues that case categories are in fact composed of more primitive cognitive notions.
Gregory Newby, argues that memory for information systems will have to share the same geometry as the users cognitive space, especially if exosomatic memory systems are to be realized.
Peter Peverelli introduced the term cognitive space in his monograph of the same title. Peverelli's organization theory draws heavily on the Theory of Social Integration as stated by H.J. van Dongen and on Weick's theory of reducing equivocality in processes of social interaction. As such it is an elaboration on these theories by adding the notion of cognitive space, which is borrowed from Gilles Fauconnier's model of Mental Space, and by elaborating on concepts like social-cognitive configuration and multiple inclusion. A cognitive space consists of two elements: the social element, the actors involved and the cognitive element, their share cognitive matter (shared views, symbols, common language use, common ways-to-do-things, etc.). Actors are included in numerous spaces simultaneously and during social interaction in one space, they can access cognitive matter from other inclusions. This enriches the cognitive element of a space and can even give birth to new cognitive spaces.
- Peverelli, P.J. (2000), [Cognitive Space - A social cognitive approach to Sino-Western cooperation], Delft: Eburon
- Peverelli, P, 2004, Creating Corporate Space - In Search of Chinese Corporate Identity, Research Memorandum 2004-20, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
- Peverelli, P, 2004, Crying over Spilt Milk - a cause map analysis of the milk dumping incident in the Shijiazhuang region, Workshop proceedings Modern Dairy Production and Research with experiences from Sino-Dutch Collaboration, Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou, China.
- Peverelli, P.J. (2005) Chinese Corporate Identity, London: Routledge.
- Peverelli, P.J. (2006) Negotiating Space, in: L. Douw & K.B. Chan ed., Conflict and Change: An Emergent Transnational Management Culture in China, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming).
- definitions in Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics of Cognitive Spaces and the combination of Spaces
- Benking Eco-cube
|This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors).|