cognitive science

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cognitive science

n.
The interdisciplinary study of the mind, intelligence, and learning, including research in psychology, philosophy, linguistics, and artificial intelligence.

cognitive science

The study of memory, information processing, algorithm use, hypothesis formation, and problem solving in human and computer systems.
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These judgments are complex enough that many believe that substantial cognitive reasoning is required--we need our brains to tell us what our eyes have seen.
For example, a child of divorced parents may increase functioning in cognitive reasoning but decrease function in social-emotional relationships.
The flowers promote among patients and residents a sense of well-being, improved cognitive reasoning, enhanced manual dexterity and companionship.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 5, 2014-Enterra to integrate cognitive reasoning platform with SAP HANA platform
Thunder's doctor took Tabua through two hours of the usual cognitive reasoning tests yesterday, but the popular squad member was ruled out as a result.
So if they're given that much credit, they must have some appreciable level of cognitive reasoning.
HOUSTON -- Behavioral Recognition Systems (BRS Labs) today announces a ground-breaking video-surveillance technology called Behavioral Analytics[TM], which leverages cognitive reasoning, and processes visual data on a level similar to the human brain.
Concussion cohorts Tim Swinson and Phil Dowson face the mandatory cognitive reasoning tests this week to prove their fitness to return to action, while blood brothers Ed Williamson and Andy Long will patch themselves up any way they can.
The software is based upon BRS Labs' Behavioral Analytics[TM] technology, a ground-breaking video surveillance technology that leverages cognitive reasoning and processes visual data on a level similar to the human brain.
The 18-year-old younger brother of Newcastle and England ace Mathew was, however, up and walking soon afterwards and should only have to undergo a cognitive reasoning test before taking to the field again.

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