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cognitive sciences

The areas of medicine that study the nature and processes of mental activity–eg, neurology, psychiatry, psychology
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To this end, IBM Research has built a network of university research collaborations that put together IBM researchers with academic researchers in fields including computer science, engineering, brain and cognitive science, to help make fundamental advances in AI.
Another branch of knowledge studying economics and cognitive sciences is called neuroeconomics, which merges economics and neuroscience together.
Tribble is clearly an advocate of what has been termed by some humanists "historical cognitive science," which brings together particular art forms, such as the chosen Shakespearean play, and their contemporaneous theories of mind.
Cognitive Science, Literature, and the Arts: A Guide for Humanists.
First, where relevant, the cognitive sciences should inform theological options.
Firstly, most of the authors of the individual chapters are generally regarded as being among the leading practitioners in the area of cognitive science.
com/reports/c24395) has announced the addition of Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, 4 Volume Set to their offering.
The research is built on basic principles of engineering, neuroscience, and cognitive sciences, with enabling technologies of computational biology, nanotechnology, and tissue engineering.
NBIC is scientific shorthand for the convergence of nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive sciences.
Christopher Moore is an Investigator at the McGovern Institute and an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences.
Poggio is Eugene McDermott Professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
Rosenblith Professor of Neuroscience in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences.

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