By Andreas Herzig, Emiliano Lorini
This booklet deals a greatly interdisciplinary method of investigating very important questions surrounding the cognitive foundations of staff attitudes and social interplay. the quantity tackles matters similar to the connection among person and crew attitudes, the cognitive bases of crew id and staff identity and the hyperlink among feelings and person attitudes.
This quantity delves into the hyperlinks among person attitudes (such as ideals, pursuits and intentions) and the way they're mirrored in shared attitudes the place universal trust, collective popularity, joint intentions, and crew personal tastes come into play. It pursues solutions to the connections among belief and ideology, ambitions and intentions and makes an attempt to enquire questions similar to: does belief have an affective part and the way it can relate to wish and worry? the quantity additionally scrutinizes online game idea and questions no matter if it could actually satisfactorily clarify and version social interplay and if there's any suggestions which aren't addressed through the present concept.
Contributors are derived from disciplines together with philosophy, economics, psychology, good judgment and desktop technology. Interdisciplinary in scope and complete aspect, this quantity integrates numerous techniques – philosophical, mental and synthetic intelligence – to strategic, normative and emotional points of social interaction.
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The Cognitive Foundations of Group Attitudes and Social Interaction by Andreas Herzig, Emiliano Lorini