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UPDATE FOR COGS STUDENTS:
A list of course offerings for Summer 2009 is available, and PHIL 332-3 Selected Topics: Perception may be counted towards your Cognitive Science degree. Read more.

Welcome to the Cognitive Science Program

In the last 30 years, research has surged in cognition affecting many fields including psychology, linguistics, philosophy, computing science, education, anthropology, communications, and sociology. The greatest impact within psychology has been the sub-fields of psycholinguistics, cognitive psychology, and developmental psychology; within philosophy, on philosophy of language, philosophical logic, and philosophy of mind; within linguistics, on semantics, syntax, phonology, and phonetics; and within computing science, on artificial intelligence.

 

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