- Title Pages
- List of contributors
- Chapter 1 Where do concepts come from?
- Chapter 2 What are categories and concepts?
- Chapter 3 Rules and similarity in adult concept learning
- Chapter 4 Mechanistic models of associative and rule-based category learning
- Chapter 5 The neurobiology of categorization
- Chapter 6 Different kinds of concepts and different kinds of words: What words do for human cognition
- Chapter 7 Concepts and culture
- Chapter 8 Category learning and concept learning in birds
- Chapter 9 Concept learning in nonprimate mammals: In search of evidence
- Chapter 10 Concepts in monkeys
- Chapter 11 Cognitive development in chimpanzees: A trade-off between memory and abstraction?
- Chapter 12 Categorization and concept formation in human infants
- Chapter 13 The making of an abstract concept: Natural number
- Chapter 14 Concepts in human adults
- Chapter 15 Darwin and development: Why ontogeny does not recapitulate phylogeny for human concepts
- Chapter 16 More than concepts: How multiple integrations make human intelligence
- Chapter 17 The evolution of concepts: A timely look
- Chapter 18 The making of human concepts: A final look
- The Making of Human Concepts
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