[xmca] asking for information

From: Armando Perez (armreyper@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Aug 23 2005 - 13:02:57 PDT


Mike:
Im trying to get some recent articles on Feuerstein
work.
I should like to discuss at the Center of Higher
Education of the Central University in Cuba his
theoretical and methodological position in regard with
Vygotskian Thought, but as you know, in my country it
is very difficult to buy or to obtein his books.
I should greatly appreciate from you.
Thanks a lot,
Armando

--- Mike Cole <lchcmike@gmail.com> wrote:

> Your message is confusing to me, George.
> Under what concrete circumstances would you seek to
> combine
> information processing approaches, where "functional
> blocks" are
> inside the head, with a cultural historical view
> that the constituents
> of thoughts, the functional blocks, are distributed
> across head and
> enviroment in a way that disolves the conditions for
> setting up the
> information processing model distinctions in the
> first place.
> mike
>
> On 8/23/05, George <researcher@safe-mail.net>
> wrote:
> >
> > Dear all,
> >
> > Information processing reveals the involvement of
> and complex
> > interrelationships between disparate actions and
> behaviours that
> > react to varying stimuli under different
> situations. I understand
> > that the duration of information processing in the
> function blocks is
> > short so that I am wondering about the size of
> information units?
> >
> > Can I say that the size of information units
> depends on a number of
> > factors like task, the respective actions, goals,
> motives, algorithm,
> > strategies, and the like or may I also say that it
> depends on
> > knowledge, experience, degree of mastering skills,
> and the like of
> > the individual?
> >
> > I have tried to search through about what Leon'tev
> said but could
> > not find any information. Or, is the size of
> information units in
> > information processing not considered an important
> issue?
> >
> > Kindest regards,
> > George
> >
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