Cognition, Language, and Consciousness: Integrative Levels - Vol. 2

Cognition, Language, and Consciousness: Integrative Levels - Vol. 2

Cognition, Language, and Consciousness: Integrative Levels - Vol. 2

Cognition, Language, and Consciousness: Integrative Levels - Vol. 2

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The Second T. C. Schneirla Conference was again held at the Wichita State University campus in Wichita, Kansas (April 6 through 8, 1984). The setting provided a great deal of opportunity for animated and provocative discussion, which, unfortunately, is not reported verbatim herein. However, these discussions were the basis for the three papers by Aronson, Greenberg, and Tobach, and we herewith acknowledge our debt to the conference participants, without making them responsible for the final product.

The sequence in which the chapters appear is guided by the title of the volume, and is not the order in which they were presented at the conference. We were once more fortunate to have the greetings of Gerard Piel, a staunch friend of T. C. Schneirlaand of comparative psychology. The presentation by Leo Vroman was the highlight of the conference dinner, and his creative and esthetically beautiful presentation of his own view of the concept of levels did much to stimulate all the participants.

We again gratefully acknowledge the continuing generous financial support of Leslie Rudd.

>Ethel Tobach Gary Greenberg . . .

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