cognitive scientist


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Noun1.cognitive scientist - a scientist who studies cognitive processes
cognitive neuroscientist - a cognitive scientist who studies the neurophysiological foundations of mental phenomena
scientist - a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences
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Joachim Son-Forget is a radiologist and cognitive scientist who was born in Korea but adopted by a French family and grew up there.
A cognitive scientist and musician as well as a poet, Brandt is a broad thinker and writes a kind of poetry that seems bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
Stephan Lewandowsky, a cognitive scientist at the University of Bristol in the UK, who studies the spread of misinformation, told the BBC: "Having a large number of people in a society who are misinformed is absolutely devastating and extremely difficult to cope with.
Fernbach is a cognitive scientist and professor of marketing at the University of Colorado's Leeds School of Business, while Sloman is a professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown University.
I n a sense, you are still concentrating on some of the driving, but you are not really driving," says Chris Janssen, a cognitive scientist at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
In the April 1996 reason, cognitive scientist Gwen J.
On the whole, Johnson's book is an excellent choice for any philosopher seeking to understand what it is like to navigate moral terrain with the eye of a cognitive scientist, or for any cognitive scientist wishing to apply his knowledge to pragmatist ethics.
To our knowledge, this is the first evidence that the facial expressions we use to communicate negative moral judgment have been compounded into a unique, universal part of language," notes Aleix Martinez, cognitive scientist and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Ohio State University, Columbus.
Martinez is a cognitive scientist and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Ohio State.
Trained as a cognitive scientist at the University of Oxford, she is currently writing a non-fiction book on poetry and the brain, in addition to completing a poetry manuscript exploring her memories of the Sri Lankan civil war.
Steven Pinker is a cognitive scientist, psychologist, linguist, popular science author, and Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.
Prof Claxton, who calls himself a cognitive scientist, claimed: "Out in the big wide world, nobody is going to be following you around marking your work or organising your time for you.

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