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Cognitive Science Dictionary
Award-winning dictionary of cognitive science terms that Dr. Michael Dawson maintains at the University of Alberta.
Conversations with Neil's Brain
A web book about "the neural nature of thought and learning.".
Minds Are Simply What Brains Do
Article discusses the perception of the discontinuity between the mind and the brain, memory and change, embodiments of the mind, freedom of will, and the uncertainty and stability of the mind.
Thinking About Thought
This on-line book discusses cognition, connectionism, consciousness, free will, emotions, ecological realism, quantum and relativity theory, and other topics.


Language and Brain: Neurocognitive Linguistics
Site provides a discussion about evidence for neurolinguistics, the plausibility of neurolinguistics, neural networks used in language, the learning process, the proximity principle, and the types of cortical neurons used in language learning.


Creating False Memories
Site discusses false childhood memories, imagination inflation, impossible memories, and how false memories are formed.
Elizabeth F. Loftus
This is the web site of Elizabeth F. Loftus who is a researcher interested in false memories. The page provides links to a number of articles she has written on this topic.
Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
This article is about Ebbinghaus' famous experiment about memory and learning.

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