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For sites addressing the intersection between cognitive psychology and neuroscience.

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An interdisciplinary research area using traditional neuroscience methodology, such as fMRI, to study cognitive processes.
This is for homepages of professional academic cognitive psychologists. Even if you are such a person, please do not submit your site here unless it has significant content relevant to research in the field, such as online articles. Sites by people who have not published material relevant to the field in peer reviewed journals are very unlikely to be listed. Please suggest to a different category if you are a Cognitive Scientist, Computer Scientist, Philosopher, Psycholinguist, Neural Networks or a Non-Academic writer.
Home pages of Cognitive Psychologists that contain significant information about the individual's work and/or give online access to it. Cognitive, sometimes called Experimental, Psychologists do experimental research on topics such as memory and reasoning. Psychologists who do research on sensation and perception (i.e., vision, hearing, etc.) often consider themselves to be Cognitive Psychologists, but there is a separate category for Sensation and Perception
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