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-Script theory was first introduced and presented by [[http://​www.tomkins.org/​Tomkins.html|Silvan Tomkins]] in 1954(([[http://​psycnet.apa.org/?​fa=main.doiLanding&​uid=1982-11366-001|PsycINFO:​ Citation and Abstract. Script theory: Differential magnification of affects. Tomkins, Silvan S.]])) as an extension of his [[:​glossary#​affect_theory|affect theory]]((Read more: [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Affect_theory|Wikipedia:​ Affect theory.]])),​ but was further developed ​in late 1970s by [[http://​www.rogerschank.com/​|Roger Schank]]((Some sources like [[http://​books.google.hr/​books?​id=Rk8UB6V1ybcC&​pg=PA97&​lpg=PA97&​dq=criticisms+of+%22script+theory%22&​source=bl&​ots=vpdDx9BImW&​sig=JG9C65lSkShjPDPAju8RkcLQpN4&​hl=hr&​ei=wFl_TY6sPMjtsgbegd3oBg&​sa=X&​oi=book_result&​ct=result&​resnum=6&​ved=0CEAQ6AEwBQ#​v=onepage&​q&​f=false|Ellis,​ Donald G. From language to communication. Routledge, 1999.]] or [[http://​tip.psychology.org/​schank.html|TIP:​ Script Theory (Schank)]] originally assign script theory to Roger Schank.)). Script theory is an extension of [[learning_theories:​schema theory]], orientated on explaining of the structure of knowledge, especially on **representation of complex event sequences**.+Script theory was first introduced and presented by [[http://​www.tomkins.org/​Tomkins.html|Silvan Tomkins]] in 1954(([[http://​psycnet.apa.org/?​fa=main.doiLanding&​uid=1982-11366-001|PsycINFO:​ Citation and Abstract. Script theory: Differential magnification of affects. Tomkins, Silvan S.]])) as an extension of his [[:​glossary#​affect_theory|affect theory]]((Read more: [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Affect_theory|Wikipedia:​ Affect theory.]])),​ but was further developed((Some sources like [[http://​books.google.hr/​books?​id=Rk8UB6V1ybcC&​pg=PA97&​lpg=PA97&​dq=criticisms+of+%22script+theory%22&​source=bl&​ots=vpdDx9BImW&​sig=JG9C65lSkShjPDPAju8RkcLQpN4&​hl=hr&​ei=wFl_TY6sPMjtsgbegd3oBg&​sa=X&​oi=book_result&​ct=result&​resnum=6&​ved=0CEAQ6AEwBQ#​v=onepage&​q&​f=false|Ellis,​ Donald G. From language to communication. Routledge, 1999.]] or [[http://​tip.psychology.org/​schank.html|TIP:​ Script Theory (Schank)]] originally assign script theory to Roger Schank.)) ​in late 1970s by [[http://​www.rogerschank.com/​|Roger Schank]]. Script theory is an extension of [[learning_theories:​schema theory]], orientated on explaining of the structure of knowledge, especially on **representation of complex event sequences**.
 ===== What is script theory? ===== ===== What is script theory? =====
  
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 Schank, R.C. Explanation Patterns: Understanding Mechanically and Creatively. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1986. Schank, R.C. Explanation Patterns: Understanding Mechanically and Creatively. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1986.
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 +[[http://​books.google.hr/​books?​id=Rk8UB6V1ybcC&​pg=PA97&​lpg=PA97&​dq=%22A+second+criticism+of+script+theory+is+the+problem+of+idiosyncratic+scripts+or+scripts+that+are+highly+dependent+on+unique+individual+and+social%22&​source=bl&​ots=vpdDx9DGfZ&​sig=UEwO73MO6pU-ZDfrsK8eFL2IWZ4&​hl=hr&​ei=hmB_TeH_B8jxsgaa9bD1Bg&​sa=X&​oi=book_result&​ct=result&​resnum=1&​ved=0CBgQ6AEwAA#​v=onepage&​q=%22A%20second%20criticism%20of%20script%20theory%20is%20the%20problem%20of%20idiosyncratic%20scripts%20or%20scripts%20that%20are%20highly%20dependent%20on%20unique%20individual%20and%20social%22&​f=false|Ellis,​ Donald G. From language to communication. Routledge, 1999.]]
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