Virginia Mann, cognitive sciences professor, is featured in the Wall Street Journal May 6, 2010
Findings will help researchers learn if humans are hardwired to pick up language more quickly than other skills.
Findings from cognitive neuroscientists Hickok and Saberi will be critical in guiding clinical research on disorders including autism, schizophrenia and stroke-induced aphasia
HABLA program prepares toddlers for kindergarten and beyond
Study headed by cognitive scientist Mike D’Zmura focused on creating a thought-based communication system; may lead to ability to “speak” without uttering a word; implications extend from healthcare to law enforcement
Cognitive scientist uses mathematical and computational models to make machines “more human-like” in their thought processes, retrieving not only what they are told, but also what is inferred; technology has implications for defense and tech industry