Perspectives on Socially Shared Cognition
Is thought confined within the boundaries of each individual mind? Today, psychologists are pioneering a new alternative to this classic view, claiming that our thinking is shaped by others, in a process known as socially shared cognition.
This volume brings you fascinating reports from investigators in psychology, social psychology, anthropology, sociology, linguistics, and literature. As an overview of socially shared cognition, it defines the field and sets an agenda for future research. Explore this emerging field with its revolutionary implications for all psychologists.
This softcover edition is a re-release of the 1991 hardcover edition.