Body, mind and cognitive processes the bases of Embodied Cognitive Science (E.C.S.) (Caruana F., Borghi A.M., 2013) with which you might think about creating a possible link with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (I.C.F.). The E.C.S. is a scientific and cultural paradigm that founds the process of elaboration on two particular elements: perception and action (Wilson M., 2002); this would imply that cognitive processes are influenced by the mind, but more generally from the body and from the experiential lived (Gomez Paloma F., 2013). The I.C.F. proposes an approach to the individual normal person and disabled, without a detecting of the consequences of the disease on health, but describing the elements that establish the concept of health and providing information about human functioning. In the I.C.F. we find all the elements that allow us to know the functioning of the person correlating the body, environmental, personal factors, activity and social participation; in this context is a great valence to the model bio-psycho-social (OMS, 2007). Many could be the points in common between E.C.S. and I.C.F., so to build a scientific relation for different reading of the appearance bio-psycho-social of the subject, together could allow to open up new horizons. The model bio-psycho-social is a anthropological vision that exists in both models and it is in this common thread that resides the strength of the scientific relation between the I.C.F. and the E.C.S. well as the explanation for why we try to give more valence in education, school and extra school ambits. To do this, it should be recognized as the context, the well-being, the learning, the personal and psychological factors and the interaction body - mind are the pins indissoluble and fundamental for the realization of contexts where differences are respected without underestimating the special uniqueness that characterizes the human being as such (Ianes & Cramerotti, 2009).

E.C.S. AND I.C.F.: A SCIENTIFIC THEORETICAL INTERACTION?

GOMEZ PALOMA, FILIPPO;
2014

Abstract

Body, mind and cognitive processes the bases of Embodied Cognitive Science (E.C.S.) (Caruana F., Borghi A.M., 2013) with which you might think about creating a possible link with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (I.C.F.). The E.C.S. is a scientific and cultural paradigm that founds the process of elaboration on two particular elements: perception and action (Wilson M., 2002); this would imply that cognitive processes are influenced by the mind, but more generally from the body and from the experiential lived (Gomez Paloma F., 2013). The I.C.F. proposes an approach to the individual normal person and disabled, without a detecting of the consequences of the disease on health, but describing the elements that establish the concept of health and providing information about human functioning. In the I.C.F. we find all the elements that allow us to know the functioning of the person correlating the body, environmental, personal factors, activity and social participation; in this context is a great valence to the model bio-psycho-social (OMS, 2007). Many could be the points in common between E.C.S. and I.C.F., so to build a scientific relation for different reading of the appearance bio-psycho-social of the subject, together could allow to open up new horizons. The model bio-psycho-social is a anthropological vision that exists in both models and it is in this common thread that resides the strength of the scientific relation between the I.C.F. and the E.C.S. well as the explanation for why we try to give more valence in education, school and extra school ambits. To do this, it should be recognized as the context, the well-being, the learning, the personal and psychological factors and the interaction body - mind are the pins indissoluble and fundamental for the realization of contexts where differences are respected without underestimating the special uniqueness that characterizes the human being as such (Ianes & Cramerotti, 2009).
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