Friday, October 19, 2018

Collaborating Across Disciplines

Cognitive Science is an inherently interdisciplinary approach to the study of cognitive systems, both natural and artificial, helping to answer a variety of question relating to our interaction with the world. As such, CSL supports the integration of multi-disciplinary theories, methods, and tools in service of developing a richer understanding of research issues.

By partnering with units on campus such as the Departments of Computer Science, Economics, Communicative Disorders, Psychology, Industrial Engineering, and Instructional Systems, CSL enables collaborative research to develop and apply all manner of knowledge pertaining to human cognition.


CSL Collaborators at UCF

Team Performance Lab

Department of Human Systems Integration Research

Partnership for Research on Synthetic Experience (PROSE)

Applied Cognition and Training in Immersive Virtual Environments Laboratory

Interactive Performance Lab (IPL)

Department of Philosophy

Department of Economics

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Media Convergence Lab

Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

CSL Collaborators Outside UCF

Institute for Human and Machine Cognition

Cognitive Engineering Research Institute

Arizona State University Cognitive Engineering Research on Team Tasks (CERTT) Lab

University of Pittsburgh - Department of Information Science and Telecommunications

University of Illinois - Human Factors Division

Klein Associates

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