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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.
See also: science
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Rarely do they push novel ideas or trigger new trends in brain science.
This hackathon stems from our longstanding, open approach to science and our belief that putting our data-rich resources in the hands of the many and varied experts around the globe is the most effective way to drive progress in brain research," said Chinh Dang, Chief Technology Officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science.
We are very pleased to welcome this group of impressive young scientists as advisors to the Allen Institute," says Christof Koch, President and Chief Scientific Officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science.
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Members of another camp argue that brain science doesn't belong in court because there's no evidence linking specific characteristics of teens' brains to any legally relevant condition, such as impaired moral judgment or an inability to control murderous Impulses.
SEATTLE -- The Allen Institute for Brain Science announced today the promotion of Chinh Dang to the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer.
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Stein Lorentzen-Lund, CEO of the Nansen Neuroscience Network in Norway will stress the importance of connecting brain science and research across international borders and establishing links with private industry.
Results of the study led by Christof Koch at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, and carried out by neuroscientists Rodrigo Quian Quiroga at the University of Leicester, Alexander Kraskov at University College London and Florian Mormann at the University of Bonn, under the clinical supervision of the neurosurgeon Itzhak Fried at the University of California at Los Angeles Medical School, are published online today in the journal Neuron.