Behaviour, Cognition & Words

Explorations in Cognition

Posted on December 31, 2016

While it may have been published in 1973, and is likely one of the least exciting reads you could venture through, Explorations in Cognition by Donald A. Norman brought up a point I felt was eloquent and often overlooked. It’s nothing new, complex, or earth shattering. Instead, it’s a simple concept: A single word holds infinite information and meaning. What’s Really Hidden In a Word Take the word “John” for an example. We can reasonably assume it is a livingRead More