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Knowledge Needs and Information Extraction: Towards an Artificial Consciousness by Nicolas Turenne

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Contents

Introduction

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1. Consciousness: an Ancient and Current Topic of Study

1.1. Multidisciplinarity of the subject

1.2. Terminological outlook

1.3. Theological point of view

1.4. Notion of belief and autonomy

1.5. Scientific schools of thought

1.6. The question of experience

Chapter 2. Self-motivation on a Daily Basis

2.1. In news blogs

2.2. Marketing

2.3. Appearance

2.4. Mystical experiences

2.5. Infantheism

2.6. Addiction

Chapter 3. The Notion of Need

3.1. Hierarchy of needs

3.2. The satiation cycle

Chapter 4. The Models of Social Organization

4.1. The entrepreneurial model

4.2. Motivational and ethical states

Chapter 5. Self Theories

Chapter 6. Theories of Motivation in Psychology

6.1. Behavior and cognition

6.2. Theory of self-efficacy

6.3. Theory of self-determination

6.4. Theory of control

6.5. Attribution theory

6.6. Standards and self-regulation

6.7. Deviance and pathology

6.8. Temporal Motivation Theory

6.9. Effect of objectives

6.10. Context of distance learning

6.11. Maintenance model

6.12. Effect of narrative

6.13. Effect of eviction

6.14. Effect of the teacher–student relationship

6.15. Model of persistence and change

6.16. Effect of the man–machine relationship

Chapter 7. Theories of Motivation in Neurosciences

7.1. Academic literature on the subject

7.2. Psychology and Neurosciences

7.3. Neurophysiological theory

7.4. Relationship between the motivational system and the emotions

7.5. Relationship between the motivational system and language ...

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