Traditionally self-awareness has been associated with linguistic capacity and, therefore, exclusively assigned to the human species. However, from two fronts, the independence of the self-awareness and language has been defended: 1. Findings of basic forms of self-awareness in animals and human subjects without language; 2. Self-discriminative deficits, and insensitivity to contingency changes, in verbal humans. In this experiment the evidence with respect to second aspect was increased.
|Páginas (desde-hasta)||53 - 72|
|Estado||Publicada - abr 1 2004|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|