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Individual growth in competence

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU and Bierschenk, Inger (2003) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 87.
Abstract
This article presents the second study in a series that has been designed to manifest the emergence of consciousness and to measure developed competence. Its major aim has been to demonstrate that an invariant formulation of the Agent-action-Objective model and an analysis of its A-O kinematics have the capacity to re-produce contour similarity over time. Within the studied evolutionary-developmental context, the bio-kinematics of the discove¬red AaO-mechanism has governed the synthesising of information. It has been possible to demonstrate variations in growth as changes in complexity. When the two participating students are compared, differences in their perspectivation, and consequently in their attractor spaces, become apparent. Based... (More)
This article presents the second study in a series that has been designed to manifest the emergence of consciousness and to measure developed competence. Its major aim has been to demonstrate that an invariant formulation of the Agent-action-Objective model and an analysis of its A-O kinematics have the capacity to re-produce contour similarity over time. Within the studied evolutionary-developmental context, the bio-kinematics of the discove¬red AaO-mechanism has governed the synthesising of information. It has been possible to demonstrate variations in growth as changes in complexity. When the two participating students are compared, differences in their perspectivation, and consequently in their attractor spaces, become apparent. Based on coordinated structural invariants, it has been possible to show that the convoluted spaces of the student, who has followed the analytic-descriptive approach, is concerned with the concrete level of the tested story. On the other hand, the student, who is following a synthetic-reflective strategy, seems to concentrate mainly on the symbolic level. Thus, from the developmental point of view, it has been possible to demonstrate that the AaO-mechanism is tracing embodied growth, which becomes manifest in the differences of the students’ ability to adapt to the main idea of the given story. (Less)
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AaO mechanism, string hypthesis, Dynamical concept, style of writing, analytic-descriptive, synthetic-reflective, teaching process, The Dwarf, Pär Lagerkvist
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
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87
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25 pages
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Copenhagen University & Lund University
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0281-9864
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Human Resources in Work Life
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English
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  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard and Bierschenk, Inger},
  institution  = {Copenhagen University & Lund University},
  issn         = {0281-9864},
  keyword      = {AaO mechanism,string hypthesis,Dynamical concept,style of writing,analytic-descriptive,synthetic-reflective,teaching process,The Dwarf,Pär Lagerkvist},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {25},
  series       = {Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research},
  title        = {Individual growth in competence},
  volume       = {87},
  year         = {2003},
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