Traditional cognitivists do not accept such a selectionist
This article attempts to answer these questions through a rigorous selectionist
view relating to brain development and the evolutionary integration of these structures and functions of kinesthetic intelligence.
From blind to creative: In defense of Donald Campbell's selectionist
theory of human creativity.
The modern/postmodern context of Skinner's selectionist
turn in 1945.
Current mainstream accounts of cultural behavior are strongly founded on a selectionist
Reed 1993 "Population aggregation in the prehistoric American Southwest: a selectionist
model", American Antiquity, 58(4):648-661.
Bergson's 'Matter and Memory' and Modern Selectionist
Theories of Memory.
there is a blatant contradiction between an exclusively selectionist
explanation of mind, on the one hand, and the implicit trust you place in your own mind's capacity to arrive at the naked truth, on the other.
account of language learning suggests that only some responses of infants to specific stimuli will produce desired consequences.
This so-called neo-Darwinian synthesis was selectionist
, to be sure, but it did not exclusively rely on random genetic variation of the kind that this book decries as unable to fully account for evolution.
Wallace had been a more ardent selectionist
than Darwin, yet here he is requiring some other force beyond selection to account for our brains, adding a too-familiar refrain: ".
9) CST appeared in the context of competing ideas of antibody formation, between those favoring instructionist and those favoring selectionist
models for the origin of antibody specificities.