Responses to the commentaries by Jean-Yves Rochex, Jean-Charles Chabanne and Andrée Tiberghien

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July 8, 2016

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Neil Mercer, « Responses to the commentaries by Jean-Yves Rochex, Jean-Charles Chabanne and Andrée Tiberghien », Éducation et didactique, ID : 10.4000/educationdidactique.2526


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Jean-Yves Rochex Jean-Yves Rochex explains that he, like me, believes that the current dominant conception of the ‘social brain’ still embodies an individualistic perspective on the nature of human cognition. However, unlike me, he is unconvinced that the ‘social brain’ concept can or should be modified to take account of this failing. I agree when he says that “there is in the social brain hypothesis a danger to confuse two different topics: the brain’s structure and modes of functioning as ...

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