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Keywords, Codes, Taxonomies, etc. for coding submissions to the Cognitive Science Network

 Keywords

(Methods and Methodology
at the top in purple)

Dynamic and Developing Groupings of the Keywords and Areas

Animal Experimentation
Bayesian Modeling
Clinical Methods
Close Reading
Cognitive Historical Analysis
Cognitive Linguistic Analysis
Computational Modeling
Computational Simulation
Conceptual Analysis
Connectionist Modeling
Conversation Analysis
Corpus Analysis
Cross-cultural Analysis
Cross-linguistic Analysis
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)
Discourse Analysis
Dual-task paradigms
Ecological Validity
Electromyography (EMG)
Empirical methods

Ethnography
Exemplars
Experience sampling

Experimental methods
Eye-tracking
Field Experimentation
Introspection
Laboratory Experimentation involving Human Subjects
    in Language and Gesture
    in the Arts
Linguistic Analysis
Logical Analysis
Mathematical Modeling
Microgenetic methods
Multidimensional Scaling
Neural Networks
Neuroimaging
    Brain Mapping
    Electroencephalography (EEG)
    Event-Related Potential (ERP)
    Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
    Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
    Single-cell recording
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

    STANDARD MESH IMAGING KEYWORDS:

    Diagnostic Imaging

     Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    Echo-Planar Imaging

    Elasticity Imaging Techniques

        Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse Imaging

        ARFI Imaging

        Tissue Elasticity Imaging

    Gated Blood-Pool Imaging

    Imaging, Three-Dimensional

        3-D Imaging

        Computer-Assisted Three-Dimensional Imaging

        Computer-Generated 3D Imaging

        Imaging, Three-Dimensional, Computer Assisted

        Three-Dimensional Imaging, Computer Generated

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging

        Chemical Shift Imaging

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Functional

    Magnetization Transfer Contrast Imaging

    NMR Imaging

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cine

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Interventional

    Microscopy, Energy-Filtering Transmission Electron

        Electron Spectroscopic Imaging

    Phantoms, Imaging

    Radionuclide Imaging

    Gamma Camera Imaging

    Ultrasonography

   Ultrasonic Imaging

    Whole Body Imaging

        A15 imaging agent

Reach Tracking
Reaction Times
Robotics
Signal Detection Theory & Methods
Statistical Modeling
Statistical Methods
Survey-based Methods
Text Analysis
    Computational
Virtual Reality


Abduction
Accent (Linguistics)
Acting
Action
Action-perception circuits
Activity
Adaptation
Adverb
Aesthetics
Affect
Affordances
Affix
Agency
Agent
Alarm Calls
Amygdala
Analogy
Anaphor
Anaphora
Antimetabole
Antithesis
Antonymy
Appropriation
Archetectonic
Argument
Argumentation
Arrangement
Artefacts
Articulation / Externalization
Artificial Intelligence
Robotics
Computational Modeling
Computational Linguistics
Artificial Life
Artistic Proofs
Arts
Aspect (Linguistics)
Asperger Condition
Asyndeton
Attachment
Attention
Attribution of mental states
Authority
Autism
Automaticity
Autonomous agents
Autonomous Syntax
Autonomy
Autopoiesis
Autoscopic hallucinations
Background knowledge
Backstage cognition
Behavioral Economics
Beliefs
Binding (Conceptual or Neural)
Biocultural
Bipedalism
Blindness
Borrowing (Linguistics)
Brain
Business
Calque (Linguistics)
Cartoons and Comics
Case (Linguistics)
Case-based reasoning
Causal reasoning
Character
CHAT (Cultural Historical Activity Theory)
Chiasmus
Climax (Rhetorical Figure)
Cognitive Anthropology
Cognitive Architecture
Cognitive Artefact
Cognitive Neuroscience
Cognitive Development
Cognitive Diversity
Cognitive Domain
Cognitive Grammar
Cognitive Linguistics
Cognitive Musicology
Cognitive Poetics
Cognitive Rhetoric
Cognitive Robotics
Cognitive Semiotics
Cognitive Stylistics
Communication
    Animal Communication
Comparative Cognitive Science & Animal Cognition
Commons
Community & Communities
Complex Adaptive System
Complex Systems
Complexity
Composition (of Expression)
Computational Neuroscience
Computer mediation
Computer Vision
Concepts
Concept Formation
Conceptual Compression, Decompression, Packing, Unpacking
Conceptual Integration & Blending
    Concept combination
Conceptual Structure / System
    Categories
        Classical
        Non-classical (e.g. radial)
    Conceptual Models (Mental Models, Idealized Cognitive Models)
    Construal Phenomena
    Exemplars
    
Fictivity
        Fictive Change
        Fictive Interaction
        Fictive Motion
        Fictive Referent
    Frames and Framing
    Frame Evocation
    Frame Semantics
    Image Schema
    Mapping
    Mental Spaces
    Narrative
    Prototype
    Space
    Theory (as structure)
    Time
Conceptualization
Conceptual Understanding
Conditional Reasoning
Connectionism
Consciousness
    Reflexive or higher-order
Consilience
Constraints, Cognitive
Construction Grammar
Constructivism
Contact Zone
Control
Convention
Convergence Zones
Corpus Linguistics
Creativity
Criticism (Arts)
Cultural Studies
Culture
Cultural Difference
Dance
Decision-Making
Deconstruction
Decoupling
Deliberation
Deliberative Rhetoric (Political)
Demand Characteristics
Deixis
Delivery
Derivation (Linguistics)
Design
Desires
Development (Ontogenetic)
Diagrams
Dialectic
Dialogue
Difference
Disanalogy
Discourse
Discourse Analysis
Discovery
Distributed Cognition
Drama
Dramatism
Dynamic Semantics
Dynamical Systems
Ecocriticism
Ecological Psychology
Ecological Validity
Economics
Embodied Cognition
Embodiment
Emergence
    Eliminative reduction
    Non-eliminative reduction
Emic/Etic
Emotion & Affect
Emotion & Cognition
Emotional Appeals (pathos)
Empathy
Enactivism
Enactment
Encapsulation
Enlightenment
Enthymeme
Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness
Epideictic Rhetoric (Ceremonial)
Epigenesis (Epigenetic)
Epilepsy
Episodic memory
Epistemology
Epistrophe
Erotima (Rhetorical Question)
Essentialism
Ethical Appeals (ethos)
Ethics
Ethnic
Ethnicity
Evidential (Linguistics)
Evolution (Phylogenetic)
Evolutionary Psychology
Executive Attention
Existential Theory of Mind
Experimenter Effects
Expert Systems
Extended Embodiment
Extended Mind
Externalism
False Belief
    False Belief Tasks
Feelings
Figure (figurative, figuration)
Figure of Speech
Film
Folk Psychology
Folk Taxonomies
Force Dynamics
Forensic (Judicial)
Form-Meaning Pair
Foundationalism
Function
Futurity
Games
Gender (Grammatical)
Gender/Sex Differences
Genetics
Genre
Gestalt
Gesture
Graphic Design
Graphic Novels
Group Selection Theory
Handedness
Hemispheric Specialization
Hermeneutics
History
Historicism
Historiography
Human Factors
Human-Technology Interface & Interaction
Humanities
Humor
Hypotaxis
Icon
Iconicity
Idea
Identity
Identification
Ideology
Illocutionary
Image
Imagery
Imagination
Imitation
Implicature
Index
Indexicality
Industrial Arts
Inference
Inflection (Linguistics)
Information
Information Semantics
Innateness
Inner Speech
Innovation
Insight
Intelligent Agents
Intentionality
Intermentality
Internalization
Intersubjectivity
Interobjectivity
Intramentality
Invention
Intonation
Joint Attention
Judgment
Kairos (timeliness)
Kinesthetics
Knowledge
Language
Language acquisition
Language change (Evolution, Historical Linguistics)
Language game (Wittgenstein)
Law
Learning
Lexicon
Liberal Arts
Linguistic Relativity
Linguistic Typology
Linguistics
Literal
Literary Joint attention
Literature
Liturgy
Locutionary
Logic
Logical Appeals (Logos)
Mathematics
Mathematics of Cognitive Systems
Machine Learning
Material Anchor
Meaning
Media
Memes
Memetics
Memorable
Memory
Memorization
Metacognition
Metalepsis
Metaphor
    Conceptual Metaphor
Metaphysics of Cognition
Metarepresentation
Metathesis
Metonymy
Microgenesis
Mimesis
Mind
Mind-Brain
Mindreading, Projection of Intentionality, Theory of Mind, Mentalizing
Mirror Neurons
Model-Based Reasonsing
Modularity
Mood (Linguistics)
Morality
Morphology (Linguistics)
Motivation
Motor Action
Motor Images
Multimodal
Music
Musicolinguistics
Mythology
Narrative
Narratology, Cognitive
Naturalism
Neural Computation
Neural Darwinism
Neural Learning
Neural Theory of Language
Neuroaesthetics
Neuroanatomy
Neuroeconomics
Neuronal Group
Neuronal Group Selection
Neurotypical
Nervous System
    Central Nervous System
        Brain
        Meninges
        Spinal Cord
    Ganglia
        Ganglia, Autonomic
        Ganglia, Invertebrate
        Ganglia, Sensory
        Satellite Cells, Perineuronal
    Nerve Net
    Nerve Tissue
        Ependyma
        Neurilemma
    Neural Pathways
        Afferent Pathways
        Efferent Pathways
        Internal Capsule
        Medial Forebrain Bundle
        Perforant Pathway
    Neuroglia
        Astrocytes
        Microglia
        Neuropil
        Oligodendroglia
        Satellite Cells, Perineuronal
        Schwann Cells
    Neurons
        Dendrites
        Growth Cones
        Interneurons
        Lewy Bodies
        Nerve Fibers
        Neural Analyzers
        Neurofibrils
        Neurons, Afferent
        Neurons, Efferent
        Neuropil
        Nissl Bodies
        Nitrergic Neurons
        Purkinje Cells
        Pyramidal Cells
        Senile Plaques
    Neurosecretory Systems
        Corpora Allata
        Hypothalamo-Hypophyseal System
        Pineal Gland
        Subcommissural Organ
        Subfornical Organ
    Peripheral Nervous System
        Autonomic Nervous System
        Ganglia, Sensory
        Nerve Endings
        Peripheral Nerves
    Synapses
        Electrical Synapses
        Neuroeffector Junction
        Presynaptic Terminals
        Synaptic Membranes
        Synaptic Vesicles
New Media
Niche Construction
Normativity
Noun
Novelty
Number (Linguistics)
Ontology
Opera
Operations, Mental
Other, The
Particle (Linguistics)
Painting
Paradigm (Linguistics)
Paradigm (Rhetoric)
Paradox
Parallel Distributed Processing
Parataxis
Pattern Recognition
Pedagogy, Education, Instruction
Pentad (Burke)
Perception
    Auditory
    Dynamic
    Multi-modal & Cross-modal
    Tactile
Perceptual Symbols
Performance & Performativity (Drama, Ritual, etc.)
Perlocutionary
Person (Linguistics)
Persuasion
Phenomenology
Philology
Philosophy
Philosophy of Computation
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Science
Phoneme
Phonetics
Phonology
Photography
Phronesis (Practical Reasoning/Wisdom)
Pitch (Linguistics)
Plot
Poetic Iconicity
Politics
Polyptyton
Possible Worlds
Postmodernism
Poststructuralism
Poverty of the Stimulus
Pragmatics
Prefix
Preposition
Presence
Primatology
Private Speech
Problem Solving
Pronoun
Prosody
Psychoanalysis
Psychological Essentialism
Psychopathology
Race
Ratchet Effect
Rationality
Reading
Reasoning
Recognition
Recursion
Reference
Relevance
Reflexive (Linguistics)
Religion
Representation
Representionalism & anti-representationalism
Rhetoric
Right (Morality)
Ritual
Root (Linguistics)
Sameness
Scaffolding
Schema (Schemas, Schemata)
Schematization
Scripts
Scripture
Sculpture
Second Language Acquisition
Selection (Darwinian)
Self-organization
Self-scaffolding
Semantic Domain
Semantic Networks
Semantics
    Lexical Semantics
Semiosis
Semiotics
Semiotic mediation
Sexuality
Sign
Signed Languages
Signified
Signifier
Similarity
Simulation
Situated Cognition
Situated Learning
Skepticism
Social Cognition
Social Development
Social Ontology
Sociolinguistics
Somatic Selection System
Song
Sound Symbolism
Speech Act
Speech Recognition
Spirituality
Stem (Linguistics)
Stimulation
Storyworld
Stress (Linguistics)
Structuralism
Style
    Prose Style
Stylistics
Suffix
Supervenience
Suprasegmental
Syllogism
Symbol
Symbolization
Synecdoche
Synonymy
Syntax
Technical Communication & Writing
Tense (Linguistics)
Text
Textworld
Theater
Thought
Tone (Linguistics)
Tool use
    Meta-tool use
Top-down vs. bottom-up processing
Traits
Transcendance
Transfer
Translation
Trope
Umvelt
Understanding
Universal Grammar
Uptake
Usage-Based Models
Verb
Versification
Virtual Reality
Williams Syndrome
Wit
Writing
Writing Systems
Cognition and the Arts (Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board: Hanna Damasio, David FreedbergSemir Zeki.)
Description: A publication dedicated to the artful mind and its relationship to the full range of higher-order human cognition.  All scientific approaches are welcome, including developmental, evolutionary, linguistic, and comparative.  Cognition and the Arts construes artistic behavior broadly, to include not only the various recognized genres of the arts but also design, style, and performance, throughout the lifecourse.

    General
    Design & Style
    Genre & Media
Cartoons and Comics
Dance
Drama
Film
Games
Graphic Novels
Literature
Music
Instrumental
Song, Chant
Opera
Painting
Photography
Sculpture
Video
Virtual Reality
     Mental Operations
Conceptual Integration
Figure
Joint Attention

Narrative & Story
Character
Plot
Dialogue
     Method of Analysis
Cognitive Poetics
Iconicity
Cognitive Rhetoric
Cognitive Semiotics
Cognitive Stylistics

Criticism
Close Reading
Narratology
     Performance
  
Cognition and Culture:
Culture, Communication, Design, Ethics, Morality, Religion, Rhetoric, and Semiotics

(Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Todd Oakley, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board: Per Aage Brandt, Armin Geertz, Randy Allen Harris, David Kaufer, Chris Sinha.)
Description: Cognition and Culture focuses on the cognitive study of cultures as creations of human minds in environments. Its scope includes research on cultural manifestations, their differences and incommensurabilities, and their expressive and semantic regularities and universals.  This eJournal announces working papers, meetings, and events associated with interdisciplinary research projects and aims at encouraging collaboration across disciplines. It presents research in cognitive science having to do with such fields as
design, ethics, history, jurisprudence, morality, philosophy, politics, religion, sociality, science, and technology

    General
          Cognitive Anthropology
          Cognitive Historical Analysis
          Evolutionary Psychology
          History
          Philosophy of Science
          Philosophy of Mind
          Situated Cognition
          Situated Learning
          Social Cognition
          Top-down vs. bottom-up
    Communication   
         General
         Autism
        
Community and Communities
        
Computer-mediated
         Co-Speech Gesture
         Film
         Media
         Multimodal
         Narrative
         New Media
        
Performance
         Pragmatics

         Professional communication/writing
        
Speech Acts
        
Technical communication/writing
        
Virtual Reality
    Culture
        General
        Action
        Agency
        Anthropology
        Bio-Cultural
        Concepts
        Convention
        Creativity
        Discourse
        Embodiment
        Emic/Etic
        Ethnicity
        Folk Psychology
        Folk Taxonomies
        Hermeneutics
        Ideology
        Internalization
        Meaning
        Memetics
        Memes
        Mentalizing
        Mimesis
        Reasoning
        Reference
        Representation
        Schema
        Scripts
        Social Ontology
        Storyworld
        Text
        Thought
        Writing
    Design
        General        
        Affordances
        Graphic Design
        Industrial Arts
        Futurity
        Umwelt
        Virtual Reality
    Ethics, Morality, Religion, Spirituality, Transcendence
        General
        Ethics
            Authority
            Commons
            Conduct
            Decisions
            Deliberation
            Emotions
            Feelings
            Identification
        Morality
            The Other
            Right
        Religion
            Belief
            Liturgy
            Mythology
            Ritual
            Scripture
        Spirituality
            Enlightenment
            Meditation
        Transcendence
            Arguments
            Categories
            Categorization
            Enlightenment
            Knowledge
           Schematization
    Rhetoric and Semiotics
       Rhetoric
            Genre
                Forensic (Judicial)
                Deliberative (Political)
                Epideictic (Ceremonial)
            Argumentation
            Argument(s)
            Artistic Proofs
                Ethical Appeals (ethos)
                Emotional Appeals (pathos)
                Logical Appeals (Logos)
            Enthymeme
            Figures of Speech
                Schemes
                    Anaphora
                    Antimetabole
                    Antithesis
                    Asyndeton
                    Chiasmus
                    Climax
                    Epistrophe
                Tropes
                    Erotima (Rhetorical Questions)
                    Irony
                    Metaphor
                    Metonymy
                    Synecdoche
                    Metalepsis
                    Metathesis
            Paradigm (example)
            Phronesis (Practical Reasoning/Wisdom)
         Semiotics
            Icon
            Index
            Semiosis
            Signs
            Signified
            Signifier
            Symbol
            System


Cognition in Mathematics, Science, and Technology 
(Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board: James Alexander, Laurie Edwards, D. Fox Harrell, Douglas Hofstadter, Edwin Hutchins, George Lakoff, Rafael Núñez.)
Description: 
Mathematical insight, scientific discovery, and technological innovation are hallmarks of higher-order human cognition.  Cognition in Mathematics, Science, and Technology is dedicated to the cognitive science of mathematics, science, and technology—in phylogenetic descent, ontogenetic transformation, and historical action.
    General
    Discovery
    Mathematics
    Pedagogy
    Science
    Technology


Cognitive Linguistics: Cognition, Language, Gesture 
(Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board: Terrence DeaconGilles Fauconnier,  Ronald Langacker.)
Description: "Cognitive linguistics goes beyond the visible structure of language and investigates the considerably more complex backstage operations of cognition that create grammar, conceptualization, discourse, and thought itself. The theoretical insights of cognitive linguistics are based on extensive empirical observation in multiple contexts, and on experimental work in psychology and neuroscience. Results of cognitive linguistics, especially from metaphor theory and conceptual integration theory, have been applied to wide ranges of nonlinguistic phenomena." —Gilles Fauconnier. 2006. "Cognitive Linguistics." Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. John Wiley & Sons.
    General
    
Communication
    Gesture
        General
    Conceptual Structure
        General
        Conceptual Integration & Blending
        Categories
            Classical
            Non-classical
        Conceptual Models (Mental Models, Idealized Cognitive Models)
        Construal Phenomena
        Exemplars
        Fictivity 
            Fictive Change
            Fictive Interaction
            Fictive Motion
            Fictive Referent
        Frames and Framing
        Frame Evocation
        Frame Semantics
        Image Schema
        Mapping
        Mental Spaces 
        Metaphor
        Metonymy
        Narrative 
        Prototype
    
Language
        General
        Acquisition 
        Autonomous Syntax
        Cognitive Linguistics 
        Cognitive Grammar
        Cognitive Semantics
        Construction Grammar 
            Embodied Construction Grammar
        Corpus Linguistics
 
       Force Dynamics
 
       Functional Grammar 
        Intonation
        Language Change (Evolution, Historical Linguistics)
        Mapping
        
Neural Theory of Language
        Phonetics
        Pragmatics
        Prosody
        Semantics 
            Lexical
        Signed Languages
        Suprasegmental
        Syntax
        Understanding 
        Universal Grammar 
        Usage-Based Models
    Mental Operations



Cognitive Neuroscience (Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board:
 Patricia Smith Churchland, Hanna Damasio, Terrence Deacon, Ernst Pöppel, Semir Zeki.)
Description: Cognitive Neuroscience is dedicated to research on the neurobiological substrate of higher-order human cognition.  All methodologies are welcome—philosophical to physiological, modeling to mapping, statistical to individual case study—in forging a research initiative that transcends the limitations of any one discipline or paradigm.
    General
    Theory
        Neuronal Group
        Neuronal Group Selection
        Neurotypical
    Function
        
Neuroaesthetics
    Modeling & Simulation
        Neural Networks
    Neuroimaging 
    Brain Mapping
    Electroencephalography (EEG)
    Event-Related Potential (ERP)
    Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
    Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
    Single-cell recording
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

    STANDARD MESH IMAGING KEYWORDS:

    Diagnostic Imaging

         Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    Echo-Planar Imaging

    Elasticity Imaging Techniques

        Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse Imaging

        ARFI Imaging

        Tissue Elasticity Imaging

    Gated Blood-Pool Imaging

    Imaging, Three-Dimensional

        3-D Imaging

        Computer-Assisted Three-Dimensional Imaging

        Computer-Generated 3D Imaging

        Imaging, Three-Dimensional, Computer Assisted

        Three-Dimensional Imaging, Computer Generated

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging

        Chemical Shift Imaging

        Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Functional

        Magnetization Transfer Contrast Imaging

        NMR Imaging

        Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cine

        Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Interventional

    Microscopy, Energy-Filtering Transmission Electron

        Electron Spectroscopic Imaging

    Phantoms, Imaging

    Radionuclide Imaging

        Gamma Camera Imaging

    Ultrasonography

    Ultrasonic Imaging

    Whole Body Imaging

        A15 imaging agent

    Nervous System
    Central Nervous System
        Brain
        Meninges
        Spinal Cord
    Ganglia
        Ganglia, Autonomic
        Ganglia, Invertebrate
        Ganglia, Sensory
        Satellite Cells, Perineuronal
    Nerve Net
    Nerve Tissue
        Ependyma
        Neurilemma
    Neural Pathways
        Afferent Pathways
        Efferent Pathways
        Internal Capsule
        Medial Forebrain Bundle
        Perforant Pathway
    Neuroglia
        Astrocytes
        Microglia
        Neuropil
        Oligodendroglia
        Satellite Cells, Perineuronal
        Schwann Cells
    Neurons
        Dendrites
        Growth Cones
        Interneurons
        Lewy Bodies
        Nerve Fibers
        Neural Analyzers
        Neurofibrils
        Neurons, Afferent
        Neurons, Efferent
        Neuropil
        Nissl Bodies
        Nitrergic Neurons
        Purkinje Cells
        Pyramidal Cells
        Senile Plaques
    Neurosecretory Systems
        Corpora Allata
        Hypothalamo-Hypophyseal System
        Pineal Gland
        Subcommissural Organ
        Subfornical Organ
    Peripheral Nervous System
        Autonomic Nervous System
        Ganglia, Sensory
        Nerve Endings
        Peripheral Nerves
    Synapses
        Electrical Synapses
        Neuroeffector Junction
        Presynaptic Terminals
        Synaptic Membranes
        Synaptic Vesicles


Cognitive Social Science (Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mathew McCubbins, UCSD, & Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University)
Description:
Mental events, however distributed, provide the defining problems of the social sciences.  What are our basic cognitive operations?  How do we use them in judgment, decision, action, reason, choice, persuasion, expression?  Do voters know what they need to know?  How do people choose?  What are the best incentives?  When is judgment reliable?  Can negotiation work?  How do cognitive conceptual resources depend on social and cultural location?  How do certain products of cognitive and conceptual systems come to be entrenched as publicly-shared knowledge and method?  Economists, political scientists, sociologists, anthropologists, and all other social scientists refer as a matter of course to mental events and typically must assume some general outline of what those mental events can be and how they can arise. They explore networks of mental events in social systems and in social cognition.  Given this convergence of cognitive science and the social sciences at their intellectual cores, and the increasing body of research activity at their intersection, the Cognitive Science Network provides an eJournal to track and distribute new and classic research in the emerging field of cognitive social science.
    General
    Business
        General
    Economics
        General
        Judgment & Decision-Making
    Law
        General
    Politics 
        General
        Judgment & Decision-Making

Emergence of Cognition
(Abstracting eJournal.  Edited by Mark Turner, Case Western Reserve University.  Advisory Board: Terrence DeaconGilles Fauconnier)
Description: A publication dedicated to the study of the emergence of human higher-order cognition, phylogenetically and ontogenetically, in evolution and development.   

    General
    Complex Adaptive Systems and Complexity
Self-Organization
    Development
General
Joint Attention
Ratchet Effect
    Emotion
    
Evolution
    Innateness
  


Other possibilities:  
  • Cognition & Computation
  • Philosophy & Cognitive Science, including Philosophy of Cognitive Science.
     

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