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Cognitive Typology

Cognitive Typology (CT) is a cognitive architecture and theory of embodied cognition under development by J.E. Sandoval and set to be published in his upcoming book Cognitive Typology - Practitioner Manual for Psychodynamics. The theory proposes that a model of human cognition can be reverse-engineered by examining conversational expressions across the general population, in parallel with psychological evaluation, to document the cognitive processes connected to normative human expressions. The theory describes four basic hypotheses that work to draw a connection between bodily expressions and modes of cognition.

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