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COGNITIVE SCIENCE PROGRAM
Cognitive science is the study of the mind and its processes, including consciousness, language, learning, information processing, and decision making. At SFU this study is explored at the intersection of Linguistics, Psychology, Computing Science, and Philosophy. Through a variety of scientific and philosophical approaches, this interdisciplinary approach seeks a broader and deeper understanding of cognition.
Students in our program customize their individual programs within a set of required and recommended courses according to their developing interests. Faculty associated with our program and the Cognitive Science community at SFU contribute individually and collaboratively to a wide range of research areas.
Reminder for all COGS declared and "Intended" students, Drop in Advising Hours this month have changed.
From February 2nd onward, Advising with Allen Yee, Academic Advisor, Psychology Department.
Office: RCB 5253, email: email@example.com
Drop in hours: Appointment via email.
Any SFU student wishing to explore your options in COGS contact the Cognitive Science Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Why not make an appointment with the advisor to review your plans and progress and confirm you're on track?
News and Events
The Science of Phonological Processing - Ashley Farris-Trimble
February 25th from 2:30pm to 3:30pm at DAC
Spontaneous gaze following within face-to-face interactions: an examination of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders - Elina Birmingham
March 24th from 2:30pm to 3:30pm at DAC
Applying the Givenness Hierarchy Framework: Methodological Issues
Nancy Hedberg, Cognitive Science and Linguistics Faculty member, presented at the International Workshop on Information Structure of Austronesian Languages at Tokyo University. Her talk focused on methodological issues pertaining to assessing cognitive constraints... learn more →
Nonveridicality and Evaluation: Theoretical, Computational and Corpus Approaches
January 2014, Volume 11 of Studies in Pragmatics edited by Maite Taboada and Radoslava Trnavac published by Brill. Nonveridicality and Evaluation... learn more →