Frontiers in Cognition for Education: Coherent Intelligence in e-Learning for Beginners Aged 1 to 3 years

  • Igor Val. Danilov (Speaker)
  • Mihailova, S. (Co-author)
  • Igor Reznikoff (Co-author)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation


The essential goal of e-learning research is an online curriculum for children with developmental disorders. The study verifies the hypothesis about the insensitivity of sensory perception to shared intentionality, measuring the ability of children to solve incomprehensible problems without any communication. The online experiments on developing numerical competence of children aged 12 months, 18 months, 28 months, 31 months, and 33 months show their unexpected ability to interact with mothers (excluding the youngest student), creating the bond between sounds of spoken numbers and the appropriate set of items. This insight in numerosity succeeded in children during the uplift of emotion-motion ongoing social dynamics in these dyads. We suppose that shared intentionality can emerge in individuals who are in social entrainment with similar biological rhythms. The triggers of this interpersonal psychophysiological coherence are the following factors dealing at the same moment: (i) a common goal; (ii) a supranormal environment that stimulates cognate emotional arousal; (iii) a single oscillator that induces the same sensorial experience for all participants. Shared intentionality creates links between sensing and social phenomena (familiar to mature organisms) in dyads, facilitating children's understanding during learning.
Period26 Jul 202129 Jul 2021
Event titleWorld Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Applied Computing (CSCE) 2021
Event typeConference
LocationLas Vegas, United StatesShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • embodied cognition
  • coherent intelligence
  • psychophysiological coherence
  • social entrainment
  • shared intentionality

Field of Science

  • 1.3 Physical sciences
  • 1.1 Mathematics
  • 5.1 Psychology
  • 5.3 Educational sciences