PhD Student at JYU (Cognitive Social Sciences, Agent-Based Modelling, Computational Social Sciences)
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6 Research Items
Cognitive sociology has been split into cultural and interdisciplinary traditions that position themselves differently in relation to the cognitive sciences and make incompatible assumptions about cognition. This article provides an analysis and assessment of the cognitive and methodological assumptions of these two traditions from the perspective...
Erilaiset kognitiota koskevat kysymyksenasettelut ovat viime vuosikymmeninä yleistyneet yhteiskuntatieteissä. Vaikka sosiologit eivät ole olleet tässä suhteessa edelläkävijöitä, sosiologian sisältä löytyy kuitenkin kasvava joukko kulttuurin ja kognition rajapinnasta kiinnostuneita tutkijoita. Artikkelissa esittelemme tieteidenvälisen kognitiivisen...
We consider the development of autonomous ships and programming-based navigation by exploring and describing communicative and predictive elements in navigational risk-minimization. Maritime pilots (n=6) and other professional mariners (n=2) were interviewed and observed actualizing navigational tasks at a ship simulator. The results suggest that e...
Intelligent technologies are rising. This is why methods for designing them are important. One approach is to study how people process information in carrying out intelligence demanding tasks and use this information in designing new technology solutions. This approach can be called cognitive mimetics. A problem in mimetics is to explicate tacit or...
Our research project focuses on the changing relations between the cognitive and social sciences & interdisciplinary encounters between cognitive and social scientists, pertaining to the recent turn in the cognitive sciences toward a more interactive, co-operative and cultural account of human cognition | We address cognitive and social scientific research programs on social coordination, collaborative remembering and agent-based modelling Our theoretical framework draws on mechanistic philosophy of science and we aim to adjust the notion of mechanistic interfield integration to the relations between the cognitive and social sciences. https://researchportal.helsinki.fi/fi/projects/cognition-in-social-interaction-toward-a-mechanistic-integration- https://blogs.helsinki.fi/perspectives-on-cognitive-social-sciences/
1) Develop a mechanistic framework for analyzing the cognitive social sciences. 2) Map the current state of the cognitive social sciences. 3) Evaluate the arguments for and against the cognitive social sciences. 4) Identify conceptual, methodological and institutional problems that arise in the cognitive social sciences and provide solutions to them.