Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science

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The Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science (also as CEEC of Cognitive Science [1]) at the New Bulgarian University undertakes research in fundamental and applied cognitive science.[2] Research topics include: memory, thinking, language, learning, perception, context, applications to robotics, AI, and cognitive systems, cognitive economics, human factors and usability, education and learning methods. The Center is co-directed by Boicho Kokinov and Jeff Elman.

The CEEC of Cognitive Science grants M.Sc., Ph.D. degrees [3] in cognitive science and organizes annually summer school.[4][5]


  1. ^ NBU: CEEC of Cognitive Science, nbu.bg
  2. ^ For example: Evgenia Hristova, Maurice Grinberg, Investigation of Context Effect in Iterated prisoner' Dilemma Game, CEEC of Cognitive Science, in Pierre Deransart, Bernard Lorho, Jan Maluszyński, Programming Languages Implementation and Logic Programming: International Workshop Plilp '88, Orleans, France, May 16–18, 1988. Proceedings, Springer, 1989
  3. ^ The M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs
  4. ^ The series of Annual International Summer Schools in Cognitive Science started in 1994
  5. ^ 20th International Summer School in Cognitive Science

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