dr. F.A. (Fred) Keijzer

Associate professor

Research

Research units:

Postal address:
Oude Boteringestraat
52
Gebouw 1137, ruimte 0225
Groningen
Netherlands
Phone: +31 50 363 6162Fax: +31 50 363 6160
  1. 2018
  2. Keijzer, F. (2018). Beyond brain-body dualism: Neural signaling inside and outside the brain. In D. S. Adams, & M. Levin (Eds.), Ahead of the Curve, Vol. 2: Hidden breakthroughs in the biosciences IoP Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1088/978-0-7503-1677-4ch6
  3. 2017
  4. 2016
  5. 2015
  6. 2013
  7. 2011
  8. Keijzer, F. (2011). Meaningful meaning: changing relations between science and religion. In I. Czachesz, & T. Biro (Eds.), Changing minds: religion and cognition through the ages (pp. 54 - 73). Leuven: Peeters.
  9. 2010
  10. De Wiljes, O., van Elburg, R. A. J., Biehl, M., & Keijzer, F. (2010). Early nervous systems: theoretical background and a preliminary model of neuronal processes. In H. Fellermann, M. Dörr, M. M. Hanczyc, L. Ladegaard Laursen, S. Maurer, D. Merkle, P. A. Monnard, K. Stoy, ... S. Rasmussen (Eds.), Artificial Life XII:proceedings of the twelfth international conference on the synthesis and simulation of living systems. (pp. 239 - 240). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  11. 2009
  12. Keijzer, F., & Calvo, P. (2009). Cognition in plants. In F. Baluška (Ed.), Plant _ Environment Interactions: Signalling and Communication in Plants (pp. 247 - 266). Heidelberg: Springer.
  13. Keizer, F. A. (2009). Meaningful meaning: Changing relations between science and religion. In EPRINTS-BOOK-TITLE University of Groningen.
  14. Keijzer, F., & Dobbelaar, T. (2009). Mens 2.0. Filosofie Magazine, 1, 22-25.
  15. 2008
  16. Keijzer, F. (2008). Intentional and Causal Urges: When to Ascribe Life or Mind to Artificial Systems? In S. Bullock, J. Noble, R. Watson, & M. A. Bedau (Eds.), Artificial Life XI: Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems (pp. 780 - 780). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  17. Keijzer, F. (2008). Open grenzen: De rol van lichaam en omgeving bij mentale processen. In J. A. den Boer, G. Glas, & A. Vermooij (Eds.), Kernproblemen van de psychiatrie (pp. 135 - 179). Meppel: Boom.
  18. 2007
  19. Keijzer, F., & Lyon, P. (2007). The Human Stain: Why Cognitivism Can't Tell Us What Cognition Is & What It Does. In B. Wallace (Ed.), The Mind, the World and the Body (pp. 132-165). Exeter: Imprint Academics.
  20. 2006
  21. Keijzer, F., van Duijn, M., & Franken, D. (2006). Grounding Cognition. In Erik Boddeke et al. (Ed.), Annual Report BCN 2004-2005: Graduate School of Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences (pp. 67 - 70). Groningen: University of Groningen.
  22. 2005
  23. Keijzer, F. (2005). Het gen en zijn mens. De Psycholoog, 40(10), 539 - 540.
  24. 2003
  25. Keijzer, F. (2003). Self-Steered Self-Organization. In W. Tschacher, & J. P. Dauwalder (Eds.), The Dynamical Systems Approach to Cognition (pp. 243-259). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  26. 2002
  27. 2001
  28. Keijzer, F. (2001). Representation and Behavior. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/MITWPL.
  29. 1998
  30. 1994
  31. Keijzer, F. (1994). Agents have representations but what about things ? In T. Smithers (Ed.), Proceedings of the third international workshop on artificial life and artificial intelligence: DRABC '94 (pp. 173 - 176). San Sebastian: Universidad del País Vasco.

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