Frontiers of Cognitive Science

Series Editor: Tim Valentine

Cognitive Science is a new interdisciplinary area including cognitive psychology, neuroscience, computer science, linguistics and philosophy.

In Frontiers of Cognitive Science authors from a range of backgrounds have been encouraged to present up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of a central area of current research interest.

New applied areas and emerging topics showing special promise will be particularly useful to researchers and graduate students wishing to access a new topic in this exciting field.

  • Cognitive Mapping

    Past, Present and Future

    Edited by Scott Freundschuh, NATIONAL UNIV OF IRELAND

    This important work brings together international academics from a variety of disciplines to explore the topic of spatial cognition on a 'geographic' scale. It provides an overview of the historical origins of the subject, a description of current debates and suggests directions for future research.…

    Paperback – 2015-09-20 
    Routledge
    Frontiers of Cognitive Science

  • Evaluative Semantics

    Cognition, Language and Ideology

    By Jean-Pierre Malrieu

    Evaluation, from connotations to complex judgements of value, is probably the most neglected dimension of meaning. Calling for a new understanding of truth and value, this book is a comprehensive study of evaluation in natural language, at lexical, syntactic and discursive levels. Jean Pierre…

    Paperback – 2013-05-03
    Routledge
    Frontiers of Cognitive Science

  • Decision Making

    Cognitive Models and Explanations

    Edited by Ray Crozier, Rob Ranyard, Ola Svenson

    This book offers an exciting new collection of recent research on the actual processes that humans use when making decisions in their everyday lives and in business situations. The contributors use cognitive psychological techniques to break down the constituent processes and set them in their…

    Paperback – 2011-12-13
    Routledge
    Frontiers of Cognitive Science

  • Implicit Learning and Consciousness

    An Empirical, Philosophical and Computational Consensus in the Making

    Edited by Axel Cleeremans, Robert French

    Can you learn without knowing it? This controversial and much debated question forms the basis of this collection of essays as the authors discuss whether the measurable changes in behaviour that result from learning can ever remain entirely unconscious. Three issues central to the topic of…

    Hardback – 2002-04-04
    Psychology Press
    Frontiers of Cognitive Science

  • The Nature of Concepts

    Evolution, Structure and Representation

    Edited by Philip Van Loocke

    The Nature of Concepts examines a central issue for all the main disciplines in cognitive science: how the human mind creates and passes on to other human minds a concept. An excellent cross-disciplinary collection with contributors including Steven Pinker, Andy Clarke and Henry Plotkin.…

    Hardback – 1998-12-03
    Routledge
    Frontiers of Cognitive Science