Summary: The Psi theory as a model of cognition
10 Summary: The Psi theory as a model of cognition
- Principles of Synthetic Intelligence PSI: An Architecture of Motivated Cognition
- Oxford University Press
This chapter presents a summary of the preceding discussions. It argues that the Psi theory's unique contribution to cognitive science is the way it combines grounded neuro-symbolic representations with a poly-thematic motivational system. By including an understanding of modulated cognition that treats affective states as particular configurations of perceptual processes, action regulation, planning, and memory access, the Psi theory offers a non-trivial integration of emotion into its architecture, consistent not only with external observables but also with the phenomenology of feeling and emotion.
Dörner's theory, PSI theory, PSI agent, cognition, phenomenology of feeling, emotion
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