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Cognitive Psychology: Attention · Decision making · Learning · Judgement · Memory · Motivation · Perception · Reasoning · Thinking  - Cognitive processes Cognition - Outline Index


Cognitive science is usually defined as the scientific study either of mind or of intelligence (e.g. Luger 1994). Practically every formal introduction to cognitive science stresses that it is a highly interdisciplinary research area in which psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, philosophy, computer science, anthropology, and biology are its principal specialized or applied branches. Therefore we may distinguish cognitive studies of either human or animal brains, mind and brain

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Alan Turing - Acoustic coding - Anthropological linguistics - Articulatory coding - Artificial intelligence - Attention -


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Brain–computer interface

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cognition - cognitive therapy - cognitive behaviour therapy - cognitive neuroscience - cognitive psychology - cognitive ergonomics - cognitive science - cognitive science of mathematics - Cognitive Science Society - collective intelligence - comparative linguistics - comparative method - computational linguistics - computational semiotics - conceptual metaphor - connotation - constructed language - corpus linguistics - Creole language - cryptanalysis - cybernetics

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decipherment - descriptive linguistics

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embodied philosophy - enaction - ethnologue - etymology - evolutionary linguistics

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figure of speech - formal language

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George Lakoff - general semantics

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H. Christopher Longuet-Higgins - Herbert A. Simon - historical-comparative linguistics - historical linguistics - history of linguistics - human–computer interaction

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Intelligence - International Phonetic Alphabet

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Jerry Fodor

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language - language acquisition - language families and languages - lexicography - lexicology - linguistic layers - linguistics - linguistics basic topics - Linguistic relativity - List of famous linguists - List of linguistic topics - literal and figurative language - logical language

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machine learning - Marvin Minsky - Memory metaphor - metonymy - Moral Politics - motor control - morpheme

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naming - natural language understanding - neural network - neurolinguistics - neurophilosophy - neuroscience - Noam Chomsky

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orthography

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perception - philology - philosophy of language - philosophy of mind - phonetics - phonology - pidgin - pragmatics - prescription and description - profanity - psycholinguistics - psychology of reasoning

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qualia

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robotics

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Oliver Sacks- SAMPA - Semantics - Semantic coding - Semiotics - Sociolinguistics - speaker recognition - speech communication - speech processing - speech recognition - speech synthesis - speech therapy - stratificational linguistics - structuralism - syntax

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theoretical linguistics - theory of computation - tongue-twister - transformational-generative grammar - Turing test

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unconscious mind

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Where Mathematics Comes From - writing systems

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