Three models of mind were proposed during the history of cognitive science: functionalist, psychological, and neural model. The functionalist model of mind is based on symbol manipulation (computation).
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An Empirical Study on Country Risk as A Predictor of Market Entry Decisions: Impact of Political, Economic and Financial Risks on FDI Inflows of Horn of Africa and Middle East North Africa Region (MENA)
This study examines how risks affect firm’s entry to the market and operations in foreign countries. Based on a critical literature review, key risks were identified which compromise focus area of current study.
The purpose of this article is to explore the potential value added to the concept of value co-creation applied to the tourism sector and to investigate how tourists can conceive their participation through the Internet in the design of their trip with tourist producers.
Extreme weather events are increasing in intensity and frequency. While the social component of resilience with all its dimensions depend on all citizens, spatial and environmental components with all their dimensions depend on more from architects than from other professionals.
Ethical Culture, Employee Intention to Stay and Employee Productivity in the Rivers State Civil Service
The study investigated the relationship between ethical culture and employee productivity in the Rivers State Civil Service. Also, the moderating effect of intention to stay on the relationship between the variables was examined.
The aim of the paper is to address the issue of local enterprises that fall prey to international companies in terms of mergers as they fail to address risks that collapse their institutions.In this research paper, the study is based on literature.
The research aims at studying the interactions between the concepts of attractiveness, place marketing and events through the prism of image and identity in a medium-long term vision.
Indigenous Knowledge has proven to be very useful in solving many problems faced in modern society; yet, this body of knowledge is under-recognised, and consequently fast-disappearing
The impact of knowledge determinants on global competitiveness based on multiple criteria assessment methodology and their empirical expert assessment was evaluated taking the comparative expert data of the U.S., Japan, China, and India for a case study
The aim of the study is to present the concept of bio-economy and its development factors, as well as the analysis and evaluation of the use of the bio-economy concept in shaping development strategies in the European Union