Translation of cognitive science in Spanish:

cognitive science

ciencia cognitiva, n.


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    ciencia cognitiva feminine
    • It is high time for clinicians to integrate the empirical findings of cognitive science with psychodynamic theory.
    • He is a recognized expert in linguistics and cognitive science, the study of the philosophy and psychology of the mind and intelligence.
    • He is associate professor of psychology, cognitive science and neuroscience at the University of Arizona.
    • Behaviorism, not cognitive science or psychology, offers a misleading account of what is inside the head.
    • His website has lots of good references and writings on interesting themes in cognitive science and philosophy of mind.
    • How can we benefit from an understanding of cognitive science and evolutionary psychology?
    • Yet there has been real overlap between philosophy and cognitive science in ontology.
    • This kind of blending of psychological and philosophical issues is a familiar feature of the work of contemporary philosophers writing about cognitive science.
    • Behavioural science and cognitive science also differ not only in how they do research but in what questions they want to answer.
    • To a cognitive linguist, cognitive science is about how thinking and language interact.
    • These three authors represent, respectively, the fields of anthropology, cognitive science, and philosophy of biology.
    • The failure of classical programming to match the flexibility and efficiency of human cognition is by their lights a symptom of the need for a new paradigm in cognitive science.
    • He doesn't really offer any new groundbreaking or revolutionary theories about specific aspects of melancholy or any approach to cognitive science.
    • But the interdisciplinary field of cognitive science is relevant to philosophy in several ways.
    • A substantial and growing area of psychological research, cognitive science, knowingly and by design magnifies internal validity at the expense of external validity.
    • His research is a serious scientific enterprise and it combines brain scan technology, cognitive science, and philosophical reasoning.
    • By incorporating the insights of cognitive science into the study of infant development, he has made remarkable progress in determining how humans learn.
    • Her work spans anthropology, psychology, cognitive science, philosophy, and religious studies as well as linguistics.
    • As a result, the Chinese Room argument has probably been the most widely discussed philosophical argument in cognitive science to appear in the in the past 25 years.
    • This area has been influenced by cognitive science and recent developments include an interest in cognitively tacit or unaware decision-making of various sorts.