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Aims and scope

he Journal Computational Cognitive Science   is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the SpringerOpen brand. It is an international and interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for cross-disciplinary research contributions and debate relating to all aspects of the computational modelling of cognitive theories, and the implementation of intelligent systems that implicitly or explicitly draw on or inform research across multiple cognitive science disciplines. Specific themes of interest include the acquisition of language and ontology, integrated models of sensory-motor perception and interaction, affect and emotion, gesture and expression, cognition and consciousness, and/or implemented or implementable systems based on computational or robotic models and cognitive or evolutionary theory. Contributions will overlap some or all of Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Robotics, Behavioural Science, Biomedical Science, Brain Science, Cogniti ve Linguistics, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Systems, Computational Intelligence, Computational Psycholinguistics, Developmental and Evolutionary Robotics, Evolutionary and Developmental Biology, Human Factors Evaluation, Human Computer Interface, Image Processing, Intelligent Systems, Natural Language Learning, Neural Networks, Speech Processing, Theory of Computation, Theory of Mind, Virtual Reality, and the many other research foci, methodologies and application areas of Cognitive Science and Computational Intelligence. 

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Computational Cognitive Science will cease to be published by Springeropen as of date 12/31/2016. Springeropen will continue to host an archive of all articles previously published in the journal and all articles published in Computational Cognitive Science during its time with Springeropen will remain fully searchable via the Springeropen website.