Although these multitaskers might think they are boosting their ability to attend to multiple activities, they are probably impairing their ability to focus, cognitive scientist
Mona Moisala of the University of Helsinki reported October 18.
and Director of the Brain, Cognition and Action Laboratory at the University of Michigan, and Jane Brown, Ph.
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.
Although the human ability to write evolved from our ability to speak, writing and talking are now such independent systems in the brain that someone who can't write a grammatically correct sentence may be able say it aloud flawlessly, discovered a team led by Johns Hopkins University cognitive scientist
In this field, a professional practitioner or researcher is called a psychologist and can be classified as a social, behavioral, or cognitive scientist
For centuries researchers believed this number may be very small, maybe six -- happiness, surprise, sadness, anger, disgust and fear," Aleix Martinez, a cognitive scientist
and associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at Ohio State University told Xinhua.
The 14 selected papers by philosopher, linguist, logician, cognitive scientist
, and computer scientist Kamp cover events, temporal reference, and discourse; semantics and pragmatics; vagueness; discourse representation; presupposition; and propositional attitudes.
ANDREW is a cognitive scientist
, a brain expert who believes he has no heart and none of us has a soul.
Senior Cognitive Scientist
, US Army NSRDEC & Tufts University : "Our group has used several mobile eye tracking systems to evaluate visual attention while participants freely navigate natural environments.
David Meyer, a cognitive scientist
at the University of Michigan and one of the world's leading experts on multitasking, says, 'when you perform multiple tasks that each require some of the same channels of processing, conflicts will arise between the tasks, and you're going to have to pick and choose which task you're going to focus on and devote a channel of processing to it.
Mr Gove says that American cognitive scientist
Daniel T Willingham has suggested that students are motivated to learn if they enjoy "the pleasurable rush that comes from successful thought".
The foundation commissioned a stellar, seasoned cognitive scientist
to write a brief book that would identify areas of potentially fruitful dialogue between cognitive science and religion.