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Question by Said: Which universities have the best graduate programs in cognitive science?
By “cognitive science”, I mean the interdisciplinary study of how information is represented and transformed in the brain. The disciplines whose overlap I’m particularly interested in are philosophy, (cognitive, developmental and evolutionary) psychology, neuroscience and linguistics. Alternatively, graduate programs in philosophy or psychology that study (interdisciplinarily) how information is represented and transformed in the brain.

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Answer by Emily M
Indiana University has such a program. I don’t know how it ranks compared to others. Check the research interests of the faculty to see how they compare with your own.

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  One Response to “Which universities have the best graduate programs in cognitive science?”

  1. * Brown University, Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
    * California State University, Stanislaus, Department of Cognitive Studies
    * California State University, Fresno, Cognitive Science Program (B.S., Minor)
    * Carnegie Mellon University, Cognitive Science (B.S.)
    * Case Western Reserve University, Department of Cognitive Science
    * Cornell University, Cognitive Studies
    * Dartmouth College, Program in Cognitive Science
    * Georgetown University, Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science
    * Georgia State University, Philosophy (brains and behavior track) M.A.
    * Hampshire College, School of Cognitive Science (B.A.)
    * Indiana University Bloomington, Program in Cognitive Science
    * Michigan State University, Cognitive Science Program
    * Johns Hopkins University, Department of Cognitive Science
    * Lehigh University, Cognitive Science (B.A., Minor)
    * MIT, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
    * Northwestern University Cognitive Science Program
    * Occidental College, Cognitive Science Program
    * Pomona College, Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science
    * Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Cognitive Science (Ph.D., B.S.)
    * Rice University, Rice Cognitive Sciences Program (B.A.)
    * Rutgers University, Center for Cognitive Science (Grad Certificate, Minor)
    * State University of New York at Oswego, Cognitive Science (B.A., B.S., Minor)
    * University of California, Berkeley, Cognitive Science
    * University of California, Los Angeles, Cognitive Science (B.S.)
    * University of California, Irvine, Department of Cognitive Sciences (Ph.D.)
    * University of California, San Diego, Department of Cognitive Science (Ph.D., B.S., B.A.)
    * University of California, Santa Barbara, Cognitive Science Program (Graduate emphasis)
    * University of Connecticut, Cognitive Science (B.A., B.Sc.)
    * University of Evansville, Cognitive Science (B.S.)
    * University of Georgia, Center for Artificial Intelligence/Cognitive Science Program (M.S.AI, A.B., Minor)
    * University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Cognitive Science (Ph.D.)
    * University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Research in Cognitive Science (Ph.D., B.A.S., B.A., Minor)
    * University of Rochester, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Ph.D., B.S., B.A., Minor)
    * University of Texas at Dallas, Cognitive Science (B.S.), Cognition and Neuroscience (M.S., Ph.D.)
    * University of Virginia, Cognitive Science Program (B.S.)
    * Vassar College, Program in Cognitive Science (B.A.)
    * Yale University, Cognitive Science Program Cognitive Science (B.A.)

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