Interdisciplinary Collaboration synopsis
Interdisciplinary collaboration calls attention to the serious need to study interdisciplinary research problems and processes, to reflect on the current state of scientific knowledge in relation to interdisciplinary cooperation, and to encourage research that examines interdisciplinary perception regarding the environmental contexts in which it occurs. It contains reflections and research on the interdisciplinary presence in a number of different contexts by practitioners and scientists from a number of disciplines and many chapters represent attempts by cognitive scientists to critically consider the cognitive science project itself.
This book represents all the seven disciplines included in the official logo of the Society for Cognitive Sciences and its journal - Anthropology, Artificial Intelligence, Education, Linguistics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, and Psychology - This book is divided into three parts: * Part 1 groups stage by presenting three broad overviews of literature and theory about research A multidisciplinary education. * The second part examines forms of multidisciplinary on-site rather than traditional interviews or survey methods to study group work.
* The third part consists of well-known cognitive scholars who reflect on their experiences and transform the analytical lenses of their disciplines into a critical examination of cognitive science itself as a case study in interdisciplinary collaboration. The interdisciplinary collaboration is intended for researchers at the graduate level and beyond in cognitive science and education.
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