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Journal Title: Journal of Cognitive Science
Volume/Issue:   14/2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Special Issue: Computationalism and Mechanism in Psychological Explanation

Main Contents

Editorial Note
Guest Editor Liza Skidelsky
Co-Editor Gualtiero Piccinini

Faculty of Language, Functional Models, and Mechanisms (p.111 -- 149)
Liza Skidelsky

A Problem for the Mechanistic Account of Computation (p.151 -- 181)
Sabrina Haimovici

Fodor’s Non-Conceptual Representations and the Computational Theory of Mind (p.183 -- 214)
Mariela Destéfano

Research Reports

Verbal Repetition and Its Insights on Neurolinguistic Studies: Bridging the Gap between Sound and Speech (p.215 -- 228)
Sejin Yoo


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The journal aims to collate work of highest quality and significance within disciplines connected to cognitive science, including, but not limited to, philosophy, psychology, linguistics, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, aesthetics, anthropology, and education, insofar as it is deemed to be of interest to those who pursue the study of mind. In particular, we would like to encourage submissions that cross traditional disciplinary boundaries in both themes and methods, and hence those submissions and efforts that inform an interdisciplinary approach.

The journal showcases quality research, makes effort to facilitate the exchange of concepts, and illustrates the interdisciplinary work that represents the hallmark of the field of cognitive science.
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Publisher: Institute for Cognitive Science, Seoul National University
Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics
Cognitive Science
 
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