Overview for Cognitive Science: Issues and Perspectives
Cognitive science is the science of mind and the study of mind's behavior to enable a computer like machine to emulate it. it examines, therefore, a vast canvassed perspective of reality to build a prototype of such a possibility. The anthology, thus, provides a broad-spectrum window to the field defining its scope. The scholars' concern to present right kind perspective is well-reflected in each paper with which one should be equipped with. A capability of building rights framed critique of each concern, and the range of information one should have acquired to build a desired foundation to forge ahead in designing such a prototype, is very well reflected in the anthology. Virtual reality and virtual mind have come to assume a definitive connotation for reality and mind and the anthology presents pointers in abundance in that direction, in fact, each paper does it.
G.C. Gupta (Editor)
G.C. Gupta, Ph.D. has been a Professor of Psychology, University of Delhi, India from where he retired in 1994. Presently, he is a Member of several societies and association, actively busy in several programs. He runs an e-group entitled â€œmind-in-brainâ€ at Yahoo.com. He is a former NAIS Fellow; The Netherlands: A Fellow of IIAS, Shimla, India; and A Fellow of CIIL; Mysore, India.