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Trends in Cognitive Sciences (TiCS; ISSN 1364-6613) is a monthly review journal that is one of fourteen Trends titles in the life sciences published by Elsevier. TiCS is aimed at those working in cognitive science or in related specialist areas and provides instant overview of current thinking for students, academic, and applied scientists who want to keep up with the latest developments in cognitive science.
TiCS is the most recent Trends title, launched in 1997, and its magazine style – short articles on topical advances – is unique among cognitive science journals. It rapidly gained popularity and remains among the most highly cited journals within cognitive science.
The format of the journal consists of two main article types: mini-review style Reviews, and Opinion articles, which are the same length as the Reviews, but with greater scope for hypothesis and personal perspective. Both article types are written in an accessible style by leading researchers, and aim to cover advances in understanding and emerging themes within cognitive science. Shorter news-style Research Focus articles are also occasionally included.
Topics covered include:
• Cognitive development
• Speech and language
• Cognitive deficits and pathologies
• Visual cognition
• Brain mapping and techniques
• Decision making
• Learning and memory
• Social cognition
• Animal cognition
• Artificial intelligence
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