- For quick access to online journals, search the SFU Library Databases.
- Web of Science is a favorite of many of our students: by indexing science, social science, arts, and humanities, the papers found here relate to all areas of Cognitive Science. You may want to bookmark the SFU Library access page to the Web of Science.
- Cognitive Science: A Multidisciplinary Journal is the official journal of the Cognitive Science Society.
- Behavioral and Brain Sciences Published six times a year, Behavioral and Brain Sciences is particularly interesting for their "Open Peer Commentary" section. A "target article" is printed, followed by many--sometimes over 25--responses from other experts on the topic of the target article. This is followed by piece written by the target article's author that addresses the concerns brought up by each peer commentary.
- Trends in Cognitive Science Part of Cell Press's Trends series, Trends in Cognitive Science is a monthly publication that offers an overview of current thinking for scientists, students and teachers who want to keep up with the latest developments in cognitive sciences.
- Cognition is an international journal that publishes theoretical and experimental papers on the study of the mind. Cognition also serves as a forum for discussion of social and political aspects of cognitive science.
The Cognitive Science Society The Cognitive Science Society, Inc. brings together researchers from many fields who hold a common goal: understanding the nature of the human mind. The Society promotes scientific interchange among researchers in disciplines comprising the field of Cognitive Science, including Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics, Anthropology, Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Education.
University of Windsor, MSc in Biology, specialisation in Behaviour, Cognition, and Neuroscience
University of Western Ontario, MSc in Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Western Ontario, MSc in Cognition and Perception
Queen's University, MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science
York University, MA in Psychology, specialisation in Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences
University of Toronto, Scarborough, MSc, specialisation in Cognition & Perception
Wilfred Laurier University, MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience
Carlton University, MCogSci
University of Guelph, MA in Psychology, specialisation Neuroscience & Applied Cognitive Science
University of Waterloo, diploma in Cognitive Science
University of Regina, MSc in Cognitive Psychology, specialisation in Experimental and Applied Psychology
Memorial University, MSc in Interdisciplinary Studies, specialisation in Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology
University of Manitoba, MA in Psychology, specialisation in Brain and Cognitive Sciences
University of British Columbia, MA in Psychology, specialisation in Cognitive Science
University of Victoria, MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Cognition and Brain Sciences
University of Alberta, MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Behaviour, Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Alberta, MA/MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Cognition
University of Alberta, MA/MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Comparative Cognition and Behaviour
University of Calgary, MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Brain and Cognitive Sciences
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APA guidelines on the SFU library website
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Chicago/Turabian guidelines on the SFU library website
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MLA guidelines on the SFU library website
A tutorial on the basics of APA style
A tutorial on the basics of MLA style
SFU Student Learning Commons
Visit the Student Learning Commons for friendly and knowledgeable assistance with a wide range of academic writing, learning, and study strategies. Our goal is to provide you with resources and tools for academic success.
With links to dictionaries, style guides, choosing your topic, planning your paper, evaluating sources, essay types, and the basics of sentence structure and grammar, be sure to check out SFU's writing guide.
The SFU library recommends a service called RefWorks for keeping track of your sources. RefWorks allows you to store your references online and format bibliographies in many different styles.
Cognitive Science Resources
The SFU Library actually has an Online Research Guide for Cognitive Science. This research guide has a collection of books and articles that list, among them, the most influential works in cognitive science from the 20th century. It gives an overview of general cognitive science sources, including the MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences, and offers more information on writing and citation.
You may also find browsing through their entire list of research guides helpful.