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Mueller U. & Grobman K. H. (2003) Artificial life and Piaget. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7(4): 149–151. Fulltext at
Artificial life provides important theoretical and meth¬odological tools for the investigation of Piaget’s devel¬opmental theory. This new method uses artificial neural networks to simulate living phenomena in a computer. A recent study by Parisi and Schlesinger suggests that artificial life might reinvigorate the Piagetian frame¬work. We contrast artificial life with traditional cogniti¬vist approaches, discuss the role of innateness in development, and examine the relation between physiological and psychological explanations of intelligent behaviour.

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