Understanding Cognitive Science

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Wiley, Nov 2, 1998 - Medical - 336 pages
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This concise introduction to cognitive science provides undergraduate and graduate students with the theoretical foundations of classical and connectionist cognitive science to explain the and teach the underlying unity of the field. Understanding Cognitive Science approaches cognitive science through the "tri-level hypothesis" which assumes that the diverse fields of cognitive science should not be studied together, but also in constant communication with each other, rather than as a collection of otherwise only cognitively friendly disciplines.

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Michael Dawson is Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Alberta.

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