Cognitive Anthropology Is a Cognitive Science

Topics in Cognitive Science 4 (3):372-378 (2012)
Abstract
Cognitive anthropology contributes to cognitive science as a complement to cognitive psychology. The chief threat to its survival has not been rejection by other cognitive scientists but by other cultural anthropologists. It will remain a part of cognitive science as long as cognitive anthropologists research, teach, and publish
Keywords Cognitive science  Culture  Cognitive anthropology
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