cognitive science

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the field of science concerned with cognition

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About two decades ago, Mark Turner, in his two groundbreaking works Reading Minds: The Study of English in the Age of Cognitive Science (1991) and The Literary Mind (1996), set up minds of readers and characters as the very targets for literary critics to shoot.
Malafouris's criticism of residual Cartesianism in contemporary cognitive science is welcome.
Following these discussions of cognitive phenomena, the final section of the book sympathetically presents four research programs within cognitive science that have been, in some way, controversial.
Having observed that "interdisciplinary theories of metaphor, conceptions of the brain in cognitive science and cognitive linguistics, and renaissance rhetoric intersect in suggestive parallels, tellingly shared patterns, and momentary flashes," Lyne attempts to isolate and explore a series of what he calls "cognitive tropes" with special salience for Shakespeare's dramatic language.
He notes that a large number of highly educated people are not even aware that cognitive science exists as a discipline, let alone that recent experimental findings in the field could amplify our understanding of religious beliefs.
The new journal will be published six times a year and will cover emerging areas in cognitive science, such as cognitive modeling, cognitive anthropology, and cognitive science and philosophy.
Here as elsewhere, however, cognitive science is quite commensurable with contemporary literary theory.
Affective technology, affective computing, and emotional design are areas of research being investigated in the fields of computer science, human-computer interaction, and cognitive science.
Spolsky's affinity for the genres of pastoral poetry and landscape painting reflects a kindred endorsement of a "wise conservatism," although she arrives at that position via today's cognitive science.
Like Tabbi's first book, Postmodern Sublime: Technology and American Writing from Mailer to Cyberpunk, Cognitive Fictions is an interdisciplinary project, building its argument at the crossroads of fiction and postmodern studies, systems and electronic media theory, and cognitive science.
Freya Vass, an undergraduate in linguistics and cognitive science who has been accepted into UC Irvine's Ph.
Much of the work in cognitive science is reinforcing the validity of the art of communication.
Based in Pittsburgh, PA, Carnegie Learning was founded by cognitive science researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in conjunction with veteran mathematics teachers.
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MecklerMedia Corporation(OTCQX: MECK) announced the agenda for RoboUniverse San Diego, which is organized around four primary themes -- Agriculture, Cognitive Science, Drones, and Manufacturing & Logistics.
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