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Re: [xmca] Polls are closed: Manfred Holodynsk's article is choice

Hi everyone,
I am a relative newcomer to CHAT research, so this (mostly rhetorical)
question is probably
old hat to many of you. It concerns Holodynski's article as it may or may
not relate to the notion of mirror neurons as described by Ramachandran.


If I understand this correctly, in Holodynski's view, a caregiver mirrors
back to the child, his or her own emotions through gesture and facial
expressions. What if the child's emotions/expressions fall into the range
of autism spectrum disorders? Can ZPD's be created that in turn help create
and develop "empathy" neurons in us regardless of our age level? Are there
some cultures that are more emotionally and perhaps empathically evolved?

Thank-you MCA team  and Professor Holodynski for this article. I think it
represents the a key component for the future of cultural/historical

Fascinated and curious,
Robert Lake

On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 10:59 PM, Andy Blunden <ablunden@mira.net> wrote:

> The article for discussion is now available at:
> http://lchc.ucsd.edu/MCA/**Journal/pdfs/20-1-holodynski.**pdf<http://lchc.ucsd.edu/MCA/Journal/pdfs/20-1-holodynski.pdf>
> Andy
> mike cole wrote:
>> We will make available Manfred Holodynski's article - The Internalization
>> Theory of Emotions: A Cultural Historical Approach to the Development of
>> Emotions - available
>> for discussion as soon as possible. Then let the discussion begin!
>> mike
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