Recursive belief manipulation and second-order false-beliefs

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Abstract

The literature on first-order false-belief is extensive, but less is known about the second-order case. The ability to handle second-order false-beliefs correctly seems to mark a cognitively significant step, but what is its status? Is it an example of *complexity only* development, or does it indicate that a more fundamental *conceptual change* has taken place? In this paper we extend Braüner's hybrid-logical analysis of first-order false-belief tasks to the second-order case, and argue that our analysis supports a version of the conceptual change position.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelCogSci 2016 Proceedings : 38th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society - Recognizing and Representing Events
RedaktørerAnna Papafragou, Daniel Grodner, Daniel Mirman, John Trueswell
Udgivelses stedPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
ForlagCognitive Science Society
Publikationsdato2016
Sider2579-2584
ISBN (Trykt)978-0-9911967-3-9
StatusUdgivet - 2016
Begivenhed38th Annual Cognitive Science Society Meeting : Recognizing and Representing Events - Philadelphia Convention Center , Philadelphia, USA
Varighed: 10 aug. 201613 aug. 2016
http://www.cognitivesciencesociety.org/2015/09/26/cogsci-2016-recognizing-and-representing-events/

Konference

Konference38th Annual Cognitive Science Society Meeting
LokationPhiladelphia Convention Center
LandUSA
ByPhiladelphia
Periode10/08/201613/08/2016
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Projekter

Hybrid-Logical Proofs at Work in Cognitive Psychology

Braüner, T., Blackburn, P. R. & Polyanskaya, I.

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01/01/201430/04/2019

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Braüner, T., Blackburn, P. R., & Polyanskaya, I. (2016). Recursive belief manipulation and second-order false-beliefs. I A. Papafragou, D. Grodner, D. Mirman, & J. Trueswell (red.), CogSci 2016 Proceedings: 38th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society - Recognizing and Representing Events (s. 2579-2584). Cognitive Science Society. https://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2016/papers/0445/paper0445.pdf