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Below we have compiled a small (but growing) list of links that hopefully will be a useful resource for our visitors. If you'd like to add more links to the list, please send an email to Nils Dahlbäck and we'll try to add it as soon as possible.

Organizations and Communities

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.
Cognitive Modelling Resources
A list of websites in the area of cognitive modelling. Provided by the Cognitive Science Society
Cognitive Systems Outreach
A project aimed at promoting the understanding of cognitive systems, both in academia, in the public and media. The site also contains a small (and slightly outdated) wiki with additional resources.
EUCogII is a European network for researchers in artificial cognitive systems and related areas who want to connect to other researchers and reflect on the challenges and aims of the discipline.
Cognitive Psychology Arena
The Cognitive Psychology Arena provides professionals, researchers, instructors and students with information on the range of Cognitive Psychology books produced by Routledge, Psychology Press, and also by Guilford Press.
AI, Cognitive Science & Robotics
This is a guide to research groups and resources in the following areas: Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, Psychology and Linguistics, Neural Networks, Neurosciences, Genetic Programming, Artificial Life, Robotics, Agent Modelling and Vision
Vision Science
An Internet Resource for Research in Human and Animal Vision


ShanghAI Lectures
Online lectures by Rolf Pfeifer on Intelligence
Khan Academy
Free online lecture in some related fields to cognitive science.
Academic Earth
Free online courses from world's top universities and scholars in a number of related fields to cognitive science
Metaphor: Philosophical Issues
Lecture series on iTunesU introducing some of the main debates about metaphor in contemporary aesthetics and philosophy of language. Questions considered include: Are there some thoughts that can only be expressed in metaphor? Why do we speak metaphorically, especially in describing how things look, sound, taste and smell? How do metaphors get the special meaning or content they have? And do metaphors have a non-literal meaning or content at all?
The Science of Human Nature
In July 2011, Edge held its annual Master Class in Napa, California on the theme: "The Science of Human Nature". The link includes video recordings of talks by: Daniel Kahneman, Martin Nowak, Steven Pinker, Leda Cosmides, Michael Gazzaniga, Elaine Pagels
Courses in Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT
Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT, "OpenCourseWare"
Courses in Brains and cognitive sciences at MIT
Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT, "OpenCourseWare"
Issues in Cognitive Science
A video archive filled with cogsci-related talks from Rensselaer's CogSci-department.
The Science Network
The mission of The Science Network (TSN) is to build an online science and society agora, or public square, dedicated to the discussion of issues at the intersection of science and social policy. Including talks and interviews from previous years of the Annual Cognitive Science Conference
CogSpace is an interactive, multimodal, and collectively formulated 3D visual mind map of Cognitive Science and Consciousness Studies.
MIT CogNet
MIT CogNet is an online location for the brain and cognitive science community’s scientific research and interchange. Since breaking ground in 2000, MIT CogNet has become an essential resource for those interested in cutting-edge primary research across the range of fields concerned with understanding the nature of the human mind.
Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science
Paul Thagard links websites relevant for his book: "Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science"


Celebrities in Cognitive Science
Writings by and about leading thinkers in cognitive science, and critics and observers of the philosophy of mind.
Dictionary of Cognitive Science
The Dictionary of Cognitive Science terms was initiated by Dr. Michael Dawson, and introduced as a class project, a project that was designed to give students the opportunity to learn more about the basic concepts of Cognitive Science.
Cogprints is an electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area that's pertinent to the study of cognition.
Biographies of Major Contributors to Cognitive Science

Latest update: Nov 22 th, 2012.

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