C3S: Concordia Center for Cognitive Science

The Concordia Center for Cognitive Science provides a structure for intellectual exchange and sharing of resources among scholars interested in the study of the mind at Concordia University in Montréal and other institutions. If you are interested in participating in the Center, write to us at cognitivescience * AT * concordia.ca. Our office is in Concordia's Hall Building, H-556.

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Cognitive Science

Cognitive science is the study of intelligence in humans, other animals, and in artificial systems. It includes the study of representations and processes involved in the acquisition, development, storage and use of information in areas such as language, perception, learning, memory, decision making, attention, knowledge, reasoning, consciousness, and the control of action. Traditional disciplines that bear on the interests of cognitive scientists include linguistics, psychology, philosophy, computer science, neuroscience, anthropology, biology and physics.



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Some cog sci books by Concordia members (send us more!)



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