Resource-rationality beyond individual minds. The case of interactive language use
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SourceBehavioral and Brain Sciences, 43, (2020), pp. 23-24, article e9
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences
SubjectLanguage & Communication; Multimodal language and communication
Resource-rational approaches offer much promise for understanding human cognition, especially if they can reach beyond the confines of individual minds. Language allows people to transcend individual resource limitations by augmenting computation and enabling distributed cognition. Interactive language use, an environment where social rational agents routinely deal with resource constraints together, offers a natural laboratory to test resource-rationality in the wild.
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