Definition of cognitive scientist in English:

cognitive scientist


  • See cognitive science

    • ‘The symposium examined how behavioral and cognitive scientists can contribute to policy-making.’
    • ‘In recent years, cognitive scientists have brought renewed focus to the nature and function of intentions in the control of behavior.’
    • ‘Despite the author's disavowal, cognitive scientists are practising reductionism.’
    • ‘There is a widely held view amongst cognitive scientists and philosophers that the mind is like a algorithmic computer and the brain's vast neural network is the key to the mind's complexity.’
    • ‘Basic behavioral and cognitive scientists are often situated in academic departments that value basic research more than applied research.’