Games with(out) Frontiers: Toward an integrated science of human cognition

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Abstract

Starting up a new journal is an excellent occasion to reflect not only on the directions into which the targeted field is currently heading but also on the remaining challenges to be met and the shortcomings to be overcome. We will do so by putting research on human cognition (the field that we as the new specialty editors of Frontiers in Cognition represent) into a broader perspective and consider, among other things, the central role this research plays, or at least has the potential to play, in connecting other scientific areas and disciplines, as well as the social and infrastructural changes that will be necessary to successfully tackle the challenges that remain on our way to a truly integrative science of human cognition. © 2010 Hommel and Colzato.

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Hommel, B., & Colzato, L. S. (2010). Games with(out) Frontiers: Toward an integrated science of human cognition. Frontiers in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2010.00002

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