Mind & Brain Prize

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The Mind & Brain Prize was established in 2003 and aims at honouring the most relevant researchers in the field of cognitive science, as well as to recognize outstanding achievement in advancing knowledge about mind and brain by persons whose work contributed to the growth and development of the discipline.[1][2]

The Center for Cognitive Science awarded the prize to Michael Tomasello, Cristiano Castelfranchi, John R. Searle, Giovanni Liotti, Jerry A. Fodor, James L. McClelland, Philip Johnson-Laird, Domenico Parisi, Giacomo Rizzolatti and other researchers.[3]

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  1. ^ Psychologies nel mondo [1] (2006)
  2. ^ Mente e cervello (rivista mensile) [2].
  3. ^ Mind & Brain Prize – Center for Cognitive Science [3] (PDF format).