I am a researcher at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, CNR, in Rome. You can look at my publications, or at my curriculum vitae, or contact me: giovanni.pezzulo(AT)istc.cnr.it I got a degree in Philosophy of Science and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology. My interests are both theoretical and computational, with several topics: anticipation and anticipatory behavior (in the framework of the EU funded project MindRACES); cognitive architectures (trying to bridge sensorimotor interaction with high-level cognitive capabilities such as practical reasoning); goal-oriented behavior; representations (theoretical and computational models); motivations (and their roles in determining behavior); decision making (theoretical and computational models, some experimental work).
Monday, 5 February 2007
epistemic actions, monitoring and control
Epistemic Actions are actions aimed at acquiring new information from the environment usually through the shift of the attentional focus and its fixation which determines what the cognitive system will perceive. Epistemic Controls are specific actions aimed at checking whether the expected events or results are already realized