Person-plus: a distributed view of thinking and learning (Perkins)

Perkins, D.N. (1993). Person-plus: A distributed view of thinking and learning. In G. Salomon (Ed.), Distributed Cognitions: Psychological and educational considerations (pp.88-110). Perkins introduces something he refers to as the “equivalent access hypothesis” — because thinking and learning involves not only the person but also her surround, the ability to think and learn ably depends … Continue reading