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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Thinking Beyond the Brain: Educating and Building from the Standpoint of Extended Cognition
Author(s): Wheeler, Michael
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Issue Date: Nov-2011
Date Deposited: 18-Mar-2013
Citation: Wheeler M (2011) Thinking Beyond the Brain: Educating and Building from the Standpoint of Extended Cognition. Computational Culture, (1).
Abstract: First paragraph: In a widely reported article published recently in Science, a series of experimental results were described which together indicate that, in an era of laptops, tablets, and smartphones that come armed with powerful Internet search engines, our organic brains often tend to internally store not the information about a topic, but rather how to find that information using the available technology.
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