Cognitive Science Research Group (CSRG)
The Cognitive Science Research Group (CSRG) is an interdisciplinary group, comprising faculty members in philosophy and psychology, devoted to the investigation of theoretical issues surrounding the mind and brain, and the explanation of cognition and action. Areas of interest of the group include: perception (especially vision); intentionality; language; knowledge representation; computation and information processing; artificial intelligence; conative states; action.
The CSRG runs a fortnightly seminar discussing research pertaining to the cognitive sciences, occasionally in conjunction with the Philosophy Society and/or the Psychology Society, and has organised the Northeastern University London Mind and Brain Conference and Judgment: Act and Object, an Northeastern University London workshop in 2016. They also organised the ‘Numbers, Minds, and Magnitudes’ conference that ran in 2019.
The group also contributes to the Northeastern University London Academic Blog.
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