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Minds, Brains, and Computers presents a vital resource -- the most comprehensive interdisciplinary selection of seminal papers in the foundations of cognitive science, from leading figures in artificial intelligence, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience. He is the author of The Nature of Psychological Explanation , Meaning and Mental Representation , and Representations, Targets and Attitudes , as well as many articles and several edited volumes.
Cognitive Science: An Introduction to Mind and Brain by Daniel Kolak
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Table of contents Preface. A History of Thinking: D. Minds and Machines: H. The Language of Thought: J.
Vision: D. Newell and H.
Minds, Brains, and Programs: J. Computing, Machinery, and Intelligence: M. Cooperative Computation of Stereo Disparity: D. Marr and T.
Rumelhart and J. Connectionism and the Language of Thought: P.
Rules and Connections in Human Language: S. Pinker and A. The Organization of Behavior: D. In Search of the Engram: K. The field examines thinking at many levels of analysis ranging from the study of single neurons in the brain, to the investigation of the cognitive process of the individual, to the examination of complex decision making in social groups.
Nature and significance
The Cognitive Sciences Concentration at Oberlin focuses on the study of human cognition from many perspectives. The concentration is intended to familiarize students with the different methodological approaches used to investigate human cognition. Given the concentration's interdisciplinary nature, students will be required to take relevant courses from several fields of inquiry including psychology, neuroscience, computer science, economics, philosophy and anthropology.
To familiarize students with basic methodological approaches to the study of the mind and brain, the following core courses in psychology and neuroscience are required for the concentration.
Department of Cognitive Science
In addition to the core course requirement, students must take four elective courses. To ensure breadth, each of the four elective courses must be from a different participating department within the cognitive sciences concentration i. See below list.
forum2.quizizz.com/las-osadas-mariposas.php Students should be aware that some of the elective courses have prerequisites and plan accordingly.