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Conceptual complexity: Understanding how we think about cause and effect

| What cause and effect can teach us about cognition and learning | How we describe the world and the things that happen in it are informed by our understanding of causes, effects, and their relationships. This understanding evolves over time as we learn and grow through experience: things shift from black and white to […]

Beyond anatomy | Changing the way we think about the body and its parts

In her 2012 TEDx talk, Nina Tandon explains how our ideas about the body as a whole and parts have evolved “from body intact to body replaceable parts to growing pieces of the body that are living from scratch.” Her explanation also highlights the relevance of scale and the distinction between part-whole relationships at the […]