Consciousness The refereed journal provides a forum for new work relating the arts and literature to the exploration of consciousness currently flourishing in many disciplines such as philosophy, cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, computer science, and physics. http://www.aber.ac.uk/tfts/journal
HCII 2005: Home 11th International Conference on HumanComputer Interaction. Jointly organized with Symposium on Human Interface (Japan) 2005, 6th International Conference on Engineering psychology and cognitive Ergonomics, 3rd International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, 1st International Conference on Virtual Reality, 1st International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, 1st International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing, and 1st International Conference on Augmented Cognition. 22-27 Jul 2005. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. http://www.hci-international.org/
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Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology publishes articles on all aspects of the development of children, including research on cognitive, social, and physical development. http://www.elsevier.com/locate/issn/0022-0965
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Occidental College This Department of cognitive Science draws upon the fields of mathematics, philosophy, psychology, neurobiology, computer science, and linguistics in its exploration of human mental life. http://www.oxy.edu/departments/cog-sci/
Extractions: 16-18 April 2004 Dunedin, New Zealand SITE INDEX Welcome Call for Papers Registration Sponsors/Helpers ... Site Map Welcome to the 31st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference (EPC'04), hosted by the Department of Psychology, University of Otago. This is the first time the conference is being held outside of Australia, so it is fitting it is at New Zealand's first university. The conference provides a forum for researchers to present work across the broad spectrum of experimental psychology. It runs on the Friday to Sunday, 16-18 April 2004, the weekend following Easter. The conference is in a new building, the School of Business, adjacent to the Department of Psychology and to the accommodation at St Margaret's College. Apart from participating in the academic parts of the conference, we hope you will take some time to explore the historic campus, picturesque Victorian city, and astonishingly beautiful surrounding regions.
New Page 1 Undergraduate students may concentrate on basic or applied cognitive science at this Catholic institution. The program is administered by the Departments of psychology and Computing Sciences. http://www.artsci.villanova.edu/cogscience/
Department Of Psychology The psychology Department has many course offerings in cognitive science for undergraduate students. http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/psyc/
Extractions: Welcome to the Department of Psychology at Trinity College! Welcome back to Campus! The first event of the fall is the annual meeting for students interested in grad school in psychology. You don't need to be a senior to attend! The meeting will be held at CAREER SERVICES on Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at 4:00 p.m., led by Prof. Randy Lee and other members of the department. Coming Events! Watch for Departmental Events! Psychology Department events will be posted here. Keep coming back to check for additions.
Psychology Department Some main areas of research in the Department of psychology are developmental psychology, cognition and cognitive neuroscience, language, and perception. http://psychology.uchicago.edu/
Miami Univ. Department Of Psychology The Department of psychology features a program in brain and cognitive science, in the areas of behavioral neuroscience, human factors/ergonomics, and perception and cognition. http://www.units.muohio.edu/psychology/
Extractions: Psychology at Miami University Department News With over 40 faculty and staff members, the Dept. of Psychology offers courses that serve nearly 3,000 students every semester, including over 1,000 undergraduate majors . We also train approximately 70 graduate students in three major areas of research emphasis in our doctoral programs The department resides in Benton Hall (see photo), which houses our offices, classrooms, and research laboratories. We invite you to learn more about our department and its mission. The department is pleased to announce the hiring of two new clinical psychologists: Drs. Paul Flaspohler and Patricia Kerig. They will join our faculty in August, 2004. Plans for the new psych building are moving right along. Click on the above photo to see larger images of the new building. Ground breaking will take place this spring, with move in to take place by Fall 2005. Research areas For undergrads For grads Contacting us Our department is a collection of researchers whose interests fall into three primary subareas
Developmental Psychology Psychological research and theory about children's social and cognitive development including lesson plans, classroom activities, and web links. http://www.devpsy.org/
Extractions: of devpsy.org k h g @ d e v p s y . o r g : Study psychological research and theory about children's social and cognitive development with resources like lesson plans, classroom activities, and web links. : Learn from essays on a variety of child development topics. Developmental Psychology teachers can share lesson plans, classroom activities, and assignment ideas to make our classes as thought-provoking and engaging as possible. : Navigate a directory of non-profit, content-filled, web-sites related to Developmental Psychology. Portrayals of Development outside Science : Growing up is not only portrayed by Developmental Psychology. This section includes portrayals of development in other disciplines, like literature and poetry. : Relax with some light-hearted reading about the lives of academic developmental psychologists. K. H. Grobman : Find out about my research,teaching, and the circuitous path I took to become a developmental psychologist. : Graphic design has always been a hobby of mine and it grew into an interest in web design about 6 years ago. This section provides resources for developing your own web-site and examples of my graphic design. Time permitting, I volunteer to help design web-sites for non-profit organizations who help children. Please consider linking to DevPsy.Org
UH Center For Neuro-Engineering And Cognitive Science Members of business, computer science, electrical engineering, optometry, philosophy and psychology comprise the cognitive Science Initiative, which instituted a graduate certificate program and a summer program for undergraduate research in 1998. http://www.hfac.uh.edu/cogsci/about.html
Extractions: UH Center for Neuro-Engineering and Cognitive Science The Cognitive Science Initiative has become a new center, CNECS. Our web pages are still being developed. During this time, please contact the director, Dr. Haluk Ogmen , or the associate director, Dr. Anne Jacobson , for further information. For the Spring 2003 Graduate Introduction to Cognitive Science, please click here For more information about our certificate, please click here See also our current lecture series
Professor Ned Block Philosopher of psychology, cognitive Science, and Consciousness. Online articles and course outlines. http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/philo/faculty/block/
Extractions: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org NED BLOCK (Ph.D., Harvard), Professor of Philosophy and Psychology , came to NYU in 1996 from MIT where he was Chair of the Philosophy Program. He works in philosophy of mind, metaphysics and foundations of cognitive science and is currently writing a book on consciousness. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow , a Senior Fellow of the Center for the Study of Language and Information, a Sloan Foundation Fellow, a faculty member at two NEH Institutes and two NEH Seminars and the recipient of grants from the American Council of Learned Societies and the National Science Foundation. He is a past president of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, a past Chair of the MIT Press Cognitive Science Board of Syndics, and past President of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness The Philosophers' Annual selected his papers as one of the "ten best" in and . He is co-editor of The Nature of Consciousness: Philosophical Debates MIT Press , 1997). Two volumes of his collected papers are forthcoming from MIT Press. Some of his recent papers are available below.
Extractions: The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences is housed in Green Hall on the main campus of The University of Texas at Dallas and in the Callier Center for Communication Disorders. Green Hall contains numerous laboratories and observation rooms for research on perception, memory, psycholinguistics, and social interaction, as well as extensive neuroscience facilities. The Callier Center, located near downtown Dallas, houses sophisticated behavioral and neuroscience facilities for research in the communication sciences and disorders. The Callier Center provides excellent opportunities for study of a broad range of communication disorders. Outpatient clinics for persons having speech, language, and hearing disorders see more than 25,000 clients per year. Infant and preschool programs serve nearly 200 hearing, hearing-impaired, and language-impaired children. Students also participate in research at the nearby University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and at area hospitals, clinics and rehabilitation facilities. MAILING ADDRESS
Peter Carruthers Folk psychology; nativism and modularity; intentional content; evolutionary psychology; cognitive architecture; consciousness; natural language in human cognition. http://www.philosophy.umd.edu/people/faculty/pcarruthers/
Extractions: Peter Carruthers (DPhil, Oxford) is Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Maryland. His primary research interests for most of the last decade or so have been in the philosophy of psychology. He has worked especially on theories of consciousness and on the role of natural language in human cognition. But he has also published on such issues as: the nature and status of our folk psychology; nativism and modularity; issues to do with evolutionary psychology and cognitive architecture; theories of intentional content; and defense of a notion of narrow content for psychological explanation. Before coming to College Park he was at the University of Sheffield (UK), where he had a spell as Head of Department and was Director of the Hang Seng Centre for Cognitive Studies . He continues to be connected with the latter through his involvement in a large three-year interdisciplinary research project on Innateness and the Structure of the Mind In a previous incarnation he trained as a Wittgensteinian, and published a couple of monographs on Wittgensteins Tractatus . He has also published books on epistemology, and on ethics (see below).
UC Santa Barbara Psychology The Department specializes in these related areas cognitive and perceptual sciences, developmental and evolutionary psychology, and neuroscience and behavior. For undergraduate students, it offers a B.S. in biopsychology. http://www.psych.ucsb.edu/