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Although having a growth mindset is often described as a noncognitive skill, in reality the pioneering work of Carol Dweck and others is grounded firmly in principles of cognitive science.
The 'Cartesian-ness claim'--the claim that orthodox cognitive science is founded on Cartesian principles--is that it is a modern species of Cartesian psychology.
Four sessions on cognitive modeling showed how the modeling approach may be one of the most prominent and fertile fields in cognitive science and probably the one most beneficial to both computer scientists and neuro and behavioural scientists alike, for assessing cognitive theories, predicting behavioral and cognitive traits, and implementing cognitive mechanisms.
I'm not yet sure how the methods and conclusions of cognitive science deepen or complicate such notions.
Wang, Yongsheng (2014) "Grounding Social Science in Cognitive Sciences by Ron Sun," International Social Science Review: Vol.
The fifth and last section of the book (chapters 17 and 18) offers new directions in the cognitive science of science.
The editors include a number of essays that begin to integrate these challenges to cognitive science with the existing foundation of a feminist philosophy of science.
The new journal will be published six times a year and will cover emerging areas in cognitive science, such as cognitive modeling, cognitive anthropology, and cognitive science and philosophy.
Tribble is clearly an advocate of what has been termed by some humanists "historical cognitive science," which brings together particular art forms, such as the chosen Shakespearean play, and their contemporaneous theories of mind.
In the course of introducing readers to certain basic concerns of cognitive science, such as short- and long- term memory structures, segmentation, and structuration, he also offers explanations of basic art appreciation issues like boredom, improvisation, and listener variability.
Attention that has been given to affect in research that is grounded in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, computing, and education (Burleson & Picard, 2004) requires that feelings be studied in the realm of an "affective paradigm.
The Institute also promotes the application of cognitive science to improving the human condition, such as treating eating disorders and autism, improving the teaching of reading, and understanding the mental processes of the elderly.

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