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Cognitive Science, in very general terms, is the study of the brain and intelligence, with applications in an array of disciplines ranging from psychology, linguistics, neurology, anthropology, philosophy... even computer science and artificial intelligence. It is concerned with intelligent systems, biological or artificial. A cognitive scientist studies perception, problem solving, decision-making, language, memory, and emotion. A neuroscientist studies the brain function that shapes cognition and all other behavior. Their specialties can range from molecular and cellular neuroplasticity in organic subjects to artificial neural networks and robotics.
This guide is continually updated to inform students, faculty, and our community of the many types of resources and search methods available to facilitate the study of Cognition and Neuroscience, be it scholarly research or personal interest.
PubMed provides access to citations and abstracts from biomedical literature and covers the literature back to the 1950s. Links to full-text articles at other journal websites are provided for many of the citations within PubMed.
Millions of publications from full-text journal articles to authoritative books. Journals are guided by eminent editorial boards and articles are rigorously peer-reviewed. Books on ScienceDirect cover multiple subject collections across disciplines such as physical sciences and engineering, life sciences, health sciences, and social sciences and humanities.
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SCOPUS provides scholarly and peer-reviewed articles in the natural sciences and social sciences, as well as business and management. For access, click the building icon in the upper right corner and enter "university of texas at dallas" when prompted for organization or email.