洞察未来:未来情景想象的表象编码
Insight into the Future: Image Coding for Future Scenarios

作者: 何立国 , 郭田友 , 陈玉明 :深圳大学心理与社会学院,广东 深圳;

关键词: 想象未来表象情景Imagining the Future Image Scene

摘要:
想象未来对个体的生存具有重要的适应性价值,它是如何在大脑中表征的呢?本文首先介绍了人类大脑信息表征的两种编码系统,然后介绍了为情景想象和表象编码的生理基础,最后以该领域的研究进行了展望。

Abstract: Imagining the future has important adaptive value to individual’s survival, but how does it represent in the brain? The paper first introduces the human brain information representation of the two coding systems first, and then argues the neural basis of the scene image and the image coding. Finally, the paper also expounds the problems to be studied in the future.

文章引用: 何立国 , 郭田友 , 陈玉明 (2017) 洞察未来:未来情景想象的表象编码。 心理学进展, 7, 9-14. doi: 10.12677/AP.2017.71002

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