This article is part of a special journal section addressing the sociology of culture and cognition and its future. In this essay, I use the areas of "serial position effects" and "sequencing" to illustrate ways of creating interdisciplinary dialogue between sociologists of culture and cognition and cognitive scientists. I view the body as an integral link in connecting these two fields.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Sociology and Political Science
- Context of thought
- Embodied cognition
- Serial position effects