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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Cognitive Science 185  

Cognitive Science 185

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Web Site: http://ruccs.rutgers.edu

Program Director:Karin Stromswold

Program Faculty:

Mark Baker, Linguistics, RuCCS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Douglas DeCarlo, Computer Science, RuCCS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Jacob Feldman, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jerry Fodor, Philosophy, RuCCS; Ph.D., Princeton

C.R. Gallistel, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., Yale

Rochel Gelman, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)

Lila Gleitman, RuCCS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Alvin Goldman, Philosophy, RuCCS; Ph.D., Princeton

Jane Grimshaw, Linguistics, RuCCS; Ph.D., Massachusetts

Eileen Kowler, Psychology; Ph.D., Maryland

Ernest Lepore, Philosophy, RuCCS; Ph.D., Minnesota

Alan Leslie, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., Oxford

L. Thorne McCarty, Computer Science; J.D., Harvard Law School

Thomas Papathomas, Biomedical Engineering, RuCCS; Ph.D., Columbia

Alan Prince, Linguistics, RuCCS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Zenon Pylyshyn, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., Saskatchewan

Manish Singh, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., California (Irvine)

Stephen Stich, Philosophy, RuCCS; Ph.D., Princeton

Matthew Stone, Computer Science, RuCCS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Karin Stromswold, Psychology, RuCCS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.D., Harvard Medical School

Bruce Tesar, Linguistics, RuCCS; Ph.D., Colorado

Additional Faculty:

For a list of additional faculty associated with the program, contact the program director or consult the cognitive science web pages.

Cognitive science is an interdisciplinary area of scholarship concerned with understanding the nature and development of such intelligent capacities as perception, language, reasoning, planning, problem solving, and related skills, whether these capacities are instantiated in biological or artificial systems. The goal of the cognitive science minor is to provide a structured way for undergraduates to study and carry out research in cognitive science with guidance from faculty members affiliated with the program in cognitive science. Any undergraduate may pursue a minor in cognitive science, regardless of his or her major. The interdisciplinary cognitive science minor is likely to be of particular interest to undergraduates majoring in fields that are directly related to cognitive science (e.g., computer science, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, biological sciences, mathematics, statistics, biomathematics, communication, and engineering). For additional information about the cognitive science minor, call the Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science (RuCCS) at 732/445-0635; send email to undergrad@ruccs.rutgers.edu, or consult the cognitive science undergraduate web pages at http: //ruccs.rutgers.edu/academicgrad.html.


 
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