Applied Cognitive Sciences
Kovari, Attila (editor)
Costescu, Cristina (editor)
Cognitive science is an interdisciplinary field in the study of the mind and intelligence. The term cognition refers to a variety of mental processes, including perception, problem solving, learning, decision making, language use, and emotional experience. The basis of the cognitive sciences is the contribution of philosophy and computing to the study of cognition. Computing is very important in the study of cognition because computer-aided research helps to develop mental processes, and computers are used to test scientific hypotheses about mental organization and functioning. This book provides a platform for reviewing these disciplines and presenting cognitive research as a separate discipline.
Keywordscomputer adaptive testing; code tracing; basic programming skills; internet of thing (IoT); eye tracking; heart rate (HR); measurements; data analysis; Internet addiction; dysfunctional emotions; coping strategies; emotional problems; human–AI interaction; interaction design; Kansei engineering; user satisfaction; voice-based intelligent system; dynamic gesture recognition; gesture spotting; self-organizing map; computational psychology; computational cognitive modeling; machine learning; concept blending; conceptual combinations; recall; computational creativity; cognition; instance selection; clustering; information processing; cognitive aspects; remote; virtual simulation; incident commander; user experiences; problem solving; decision making; assessment; learning; privacy-preserving computations; homomorphic encryption; EEG signals; school children; functional vision; vision screening; vision training; eye-tracking; stakeholders; human–robot interaction; social gaze; eye-to-eye contact; emotional interfaces; eye–brain–computer interfaces; attention; reflection; usability; brain hemispheric lateralization; online educational material; instructional design; methodology; model; virtual reality; virtual environment; stress; spaceflight; training; EEG; emotion; neural networks; M3GP; BED; Emotiv; multiclass; deep learning; traffic accident; spatially prolonged risk; Gestalt; proximity; open data; n/a
Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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