Cognitive Science Program
Cognitive Science is an exciting area of interdisciplinary research that seeks to understand one of the greatest mysteries of the universe — the nature and evolution of mind. Cognitive Science programs typically involve a broad range of faculty who specialize in areas such as Psychology and Neuroscience, Linguistics and Psycholinguistics, Computer Science and Robotics, as well as Logic and the Philosophy of Mind.
NC State’s Cognitive Science Program, which is central to the Logic and Cognitive Science Initiative (LACSI), is supported by a strong faculty drawn from the fields of Psychology, Neurobiology, Computer Science, Linguistics, and Philosophy.
Dr. Ronald P. Endicott
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Campus Box 8103, Raleigh, NC 27695
Withers Hall 455
For a Q&A on Cognitive Science with Dr. Endicott, click here.
Leading contributors to Cognitive Science are often invited to give presentations at NC State in either the Logic and Cognitive Science Lecture Series or LACSI Conferences. Read more