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Cognitive Sciences in Information Architecture

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Title:Cognitive Sciences in Information Architecture
Authors:Ung, Baohuy
Contributors:Quiroga, Luz M (instructor)
Keywords:cognitive science
cognitive psychology
gestalt psychology
LC Subject Headings:Cognitive science
Date Issued:12 May 2011
Abstract:Cognitive science is an ambiguous subject. It is the amalgamation of different fields that span a large variety of disciplines, e.g. psychology, AI, neuroscience, philosophy, human-computer interaction. At its core, it is essentially the study of the human mind. Each field explores the mysteries of the human mind from their own perspective. This paper presents a look at some theories of research that have a strong corollary to information architecture. The ties between the theories and their applications in information architecture may be subjective, but there is no denying that some phenomena of the brain are an integral part of our everyday lives.
Pages/Duration:6 pages
Rights:Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Appears in Collections: ICS 616 Special Topics

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