Toward the Founding of Cognitive Social Science

The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2001

6 Pages Posted: 9 Jan 2011

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Mark B. Turner

Case Western Reserve University - Department of Cognitive Science

Date Written: October 5, 2001

Abstract

A short journalistic article arguing that, as research enterprises, cognitive science and social science should be brought together under the umbrella of the study of backstage cognition, or, more specifically, the study of meaning, reason, choice, concept change, and concept formation, as they are subtended by human neurobiology and played out over the world's societies and cultures.

Keywords: cognitive social science, choice, reason

Suggested Citation

Turner, Mark B., Toward the Founding of Cognitive Social Science (October 5, 2001). The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1737044

Mark B. Turner (Contact Author)

Case Western Reserve University - Department of Cognitive Science ( email )

10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106-7068
United States

HOME PAGE: http://markturner.org

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