Cognitive science is the study of mind or the study of thought. It embraces multiple research disciplines, including psychology, artificial intelligence, philosophy, neuroscience, linguistics, anthropology, sociology and biology.
Ten papers, originally published in the journal Cognitive Science, and judged by the editors to be classics of the field, made available for free download.
John Anderson's ACT-R theory of cognition is a cognitive architecture aimed at computer simulating a full range of cognitive tasks.
An annotated bibliography of cognitive science, artificial intelligence, neurobiology, artificial life, linguistics, neural networks, connectionism, cognitive psychology, consciousness.
Sponsors seminars and a conference for cognitive science in Austria.
Interactive exhibits, forum, and links aimed at exploring the observational basis and significance of the assertion that the nervous system underlies all aspects of human behavior and experience.
Provides information for scientists working in the field of cognitive science in the Netherlands. It includes news, research, institutes, jobs, conferences and events.
A glossary of Cognitive Science terminology. From Dr. Michael Dawson of the University of Alberta.
The premier professional organization in the field. Information on membership, conferences, and the journal Cognitive Science (including abstracts of recent and upcoming articles).
Repository of freely available preprint and reprint papers, submitted by authors.
Links to resources for research on facial expressions.
Yehouda Harpaz' model of human cognition, along with links to associated texts, including extensive critiques of publications associated with cognitive science.
Dedicated to funding and disseminating research on how consciousness arises in human beings.
Subscription based service from MIT Press giving access to full text coyrighted material, discussions, and news.
Several articles on neurosemiotics, the merging of neuroscience and semiotics, brain and mind research combining with the study of signs.
Series of five public radio lectures given by neuroscientist Vilayanur S. Ramachandran, Director of the Center for Brain and Cognition, University of California, San Diego. The 2003 series of the prestigious annual BBC Reith Lectures. Lectures available as Real Audio.
An online (scanned) version of the 1978 book by Aaron Sloman.
Links to resources and online papers on modularity in cognitive sciences, neurosciences, evolutionary biology and AI.
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