#cognitive-science #dft #dst #dynamic-field-theory #dynamic-system-theory #emergence #marr-emergence #marrs-levels-of-analyis
Whereas DST provides a set of theoretical tools, mathematical formalizations, and empirical approaches for understanding complex systems (Lewis & Granic, 2000; Newell & Molenaar, 1998; Port & van Gelder, 1995; Thelen & Smith, 1994), DFT adds a formal approach for analyzing and understanding cognitive-level processes. Furthermore, because DFT links cognitive-level processes to both neural population dynamics and behavior, and focuses on how behavior evolves over time, it explicitly integrates brain and behavior and provides a formal method for understanding both behavior and behavior change.
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