Cognitive Scientists

Cognitive Scientists
   Emphasis on the Uniqueness of Language Processes Separates Cognitive Scientists
   A sizeable gulf in communication still exists between cognitive scientists who entered the field from AI or from the study of problem solving and concept-forming behavior, on the one side, and those who entered from a concern with language, on the other. . . . When the uniqueness of language processes as a human faculty is emphasized, as it has been by Chomsky . . . , the gulf becomes wider. (Simon & Kaplan, 1989, p. 5)

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