Springer just released a new quarterly journal called 'Cognitive Computation', which might be of interest to some of the readers of this blog. The editor, Amir Hussain, summarizes the goal of the journal as follows:
"Cognitive Computation specifically aims to publish cutting-edge articles describing original basic and applied work involving biologically inspired theoretical, computational, experimental and integrative accounts of all aspects of natural and artificial cognitive systems. By establishing a forum to bring together different scientific communities, Cognitive Computation will promote a more comprehensive and unified understanding of diverse topics, including those related to perception, action, attention, learning and memory, decision making, language processing, communication, reasoning, problem solving and consciousness."
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