Cognition + Information

Established in 1989, the Program in Cognitive Science at Indiana University brings together faculty and students from many departments to study cognition and information. We offer two undergraduate degrees and a graduate program.

Our curriculum fosters skills in computation, neuroscience, research design, philosophical analysis, and statistics. We delve into core topics in artificial intelligence, cognitive architecture, communication, consciousness, creativity, culture, expertise, information theory, language, learning, memory, perception, philosophy of mind, reasoning, representation, and social cognition.

Campus affiliations

Representing all of these pursuits are 150+ faculty members. They are drawn from Psychology, Philosophy, Computer Science, and Linguistics, as well as from Biology, Anthropology, Education, Library and Information Science, Optometry, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Mathematics, and more.

Our faculty affiliations are supplemented by a large number of special groups, labs, and research centers connected with the Cognitive Science program.

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