Normative expectations in human and nonhuman animals

Perspectives on Psychological Science (forthcoming)
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We admire Heyes's attempt to develop a mechanistic account of norm cognition. Nonetheless, her account leaves us unsure of whom Heyes counts as normative agents, and on what grounds. Therefore we ask a series of questions designed to clarify which features of Heyes's account she thinks are necessary and sufficient for norm cognition.

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Susana Monsó
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
Richard Moore
University of Warwick


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