New Developments in Cognitive Systems Research


Emily P. Rosenfield (Editor)

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY008000

In this book the authors present current developments in the study of cognitive systems research. Topics discussed in this compilation include the theory of everything cognitive, from neurons to extended cognition; cognitive systems associated with the hippocampus of the human brain and their role in behavior and neurodegenerative disease; the evolution of frames in information systems development; and prospective fields of applied cognitive systems research. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Theory of Everything Cognitive: From Neurons to Extended Cognition
(James A. Marcum, Baylor University)

Cognitive Systems Associated with the Hippocampus of the Human Brain and their Role in Behaviour and Neurodegenerative Disease
(Richard A. Armstrong, Vision Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, UK)

Is Information Systems Development a Necessary Evil? The Evolution of Frames
(Karin Olesen, Department of Business Information Systems, Business School, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand)

Prospective Fields of Applied Cognitive Systems Research
(Anelyia Mitkova, Drozdstoj Stoyanov, Center for Mental Health and Prevention, Military Medical Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria, and others)


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