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Title Anticipation : learning from the past : the Russian/Soviet contributions to the science of anticipation / Mihai Nadin, editor.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2015.
2015

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Series Cognitive systems monographs, 1867-4925 ; volume 25
Cognitive systems monographs ; volume 25.
Subject Expectation (Psychology)
Alt Name Nadin, Mihai,
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Series Cognitive systems monographs, 1867-4925 ; volume 25
Cognitive systems monographs ; volume 25.
Subject Expectation (Psychology)
Alt Name Nadin, Mihai,
Description 1 online resource (viii, 518 pages) : color illustrations.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I Alexei A. Ukhtomsky and Dominance Studies -- Part II Peter K. Anokhin and the Theory of Functional Systems -- Part III Nikolai A. Bernstein and the Physiology of Activity -- Part IV Dimitri N. Uznadze and the Theory of Set -- Part V Evolutionary, Behavioral, Theoretical Approaches -- Part VI Medical and Applied Perspectives.
Summary This volume presents the work of leading scientists from Russia, Georgia, Estonia, Lithuania, Israel, and the USA, revealing major insights long unknown to the scientific community. Without any doubt their work will provide a springboard for further research in anticipation. Until recently, Robert Rosen (Anticipatory Systems) and Mihai Nadin (MIND - Anticipation and Chaos) were deemed forerunners in this still new knowledge domain. The distinguished neurobiologist, Steven Rose, pointed to the fact that Soviet neuropsychological theories have not on the whole been well received by Western science. These earlier insights as presented in this volume make an important contribution to the foundation of the science of anticipation. It is shown that the daring hypotheses and rich experimental evidence produced by Bernstein, Beritashvili, Ukhtomsky, Anokhin, and Uznadze, among others--extend foundational work to aspects of neuroscience, physiology, motorics, education.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 15, 2015).
ISBN 9783319194462 (electronic bk.)
3319194461 (electronic bk.)
9783319194455
3319194453
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-19446-2
OCLC # 913574590
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319194455


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