This chapter attempts an integrated explanation of event cognition as fundamental, taking advantage of the exposition of the previous chapter and tying the principles of event cognition back to larger theoretical developments in cognitive science. It tries to draw some broad conclusions for the behavioral sciences and allied disciplines and to extrapolate some possibilities for the future of event cognition research. Thus, this is a capstone chapter which takes a broader view of event cognition than the previous one to highlight the importance of event cognition more generally, and project its usefulness into new research efforts.
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