Cognitive science is the study
of how intelligent beings (including people, animals, and machines)
perceive, act, know, and think. It explores the process and
content of thought as observed in individuals, distributed through
communities, manifested in the structure and meaning of language,
modeled by algorithms, and contemplated by philosophies of mind.
Its models are formulated using concepts drawn from many disciplines,
including psychology, linguistics, logic, computer science,
anthropology, and philosophy, and they are tested using evidence
from psychological experiments, clinical studies, field studies,
computer simulations, and neurophysiological observation.
HASKINS LABORATORIES 75TH ANNIVERSARY:
Alvin and Isabelle Liberman Memorial Workshop
May 7th 2010
Bousfield Rm 160, Liberman Room
Department of Psychology
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The Alvin and Isabelle Liberman Memorial Workshop takes place on Friday May 13, 2011 in Bousfield Rm 160. For more information, please see Schedule page.
Congratulations to our graduating seniors: