The interdisciplinary Cognitive Science program at Cornell supports connections to psychology, computer science, linguistics, human development, philosophy, neurobiology, information science, mathematics, computational vision, and computational linguistics. One of the advantages of an interdepartmental program is the breadth of resources it affords its students and faculty. With such a broad foundation, the program allows and encourages students and faculty to pursue research that spans many departments.
The Nexus Scholars program will leverage the student-to-faculty ratio and the vibrant research enterprise in A&S to expand opportunities for students, while also enhancing the culture of collaborative scholarship at Cornell.Read More
The curriculum will offer students interdisciplinary engagement with moral psychology theory and research as well as hands-on experience applying moral psychology to practical ethical issues.Read More
<p> August 17-20, Cornell will host the <a href="https://events.cornell.edu/event/semantics_and_linguistic_theory_conference_2837">30th meeting of Semantics and Linguistic Theory</a> (SALT), one of the world’s leading conferences on the scientific study of meaning in natural languages. Originally sc...Read More
<p>This <a href="http://bit.ly/2EEXOJm">Curiosity Daily podcast series </a>features <a href="https://psychology.cornell.edu/vivian-zayas">Vivian Zayas</a>, associate professor of psychology and director of the Personality, Attachment, and Control Laboratory at Cornell. In this episide, Zayas talks a...Read More
Philosopher Laurent Dubreuil and primatologist Sue Savage-Rumbaugh explore the theoretical and practical dimensions of being human.Read More