dynamical system

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(physics) a phase space together with a transformation of that space

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The first section of the book consists of an introduction and two chapters that explain the dynamic systems theory approach to second language development.
According to dynamic systems theory, self-organisation is higher in the in-phase coordination pattern [11] whereas anti-phase pattern is accompanied with more conscious processing in the nervous system and subsequent risk of an unskilful movement pattern [32].
Family-centered philosophy concepts and dynamic systems theory approach are integrated for the management of children with CP.
Rather than focusing on a few grand theories that attempt to account for many aspects of development, the text explores newer approaches, such as dynamic systems theory and evolutionary theory, and recognizes the value of more specific theories that guide research in particular topic areas, such as language acquisition and motor development.
According to dynamic systems theory of motor development, acquisition of a new motor skill results from the interaction of multiple subsystems within the child, the environment, and the task.
Chapter One provides a comprehensive literature review highlighting various theoretical foundations of the relational-historical approach including sociocultural theories, ecological psychology theories, and dynamic systems theory.
Alternatives to traditional positivism and functional research are presented, including dynamic systems theory, communitarianism, and postmodernist theories, as well as a discussion of why new ideas are necessary.
In the earlier eighties, ecological psychology, coordinative structure theory and dynamic systems theory were introduced (Gibson, 1987; Kelso, 1995; Kugler, Kelso, & Turvey, 1982).
Drawing upon theory, Butterworth and then Bard and Russell emphasize the adaptive significance of imitation, providing either dynamic systems theory or an intersubjectivity framework as explanatory constructs.
Here, though we learn, in just one paragraph, that dynamic systems theory distinguishes "five temporal patterns .
In contrast, Benny Shannon of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem views dynamic systems theory as a cut above cognitive science's emphasis on static mental representations.
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