Cognition and Psychology


The aim of cognitive psychology is to understand its sub disciplines and the work done in it. Social psychologists try to investigate the mental processes involved in thinking about others. Clinical psychologists investigate the role that mental processes play in psychopathology. Developmental psychologists study about the ways that cognitive processes change throughout the life span Cognitive psychology is also related with neuropsychology, in which neuropsychologists try to understand the association between mental processing and brain activity. Cognitive psychology plays its role in industrial or organizational set up where in organizational psycholohists are insisted to know how cognitive processes such as remembering and decision making strategies work out in organizational or industrial workplace.

We accept all types of articles from human psychology, animal psychology and Experimental psychology. Experimental psychology includes clinical and preclinical research.

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