Analyzing the history of Cognition using Topic Models

@article{Priva2015AnalyzingTH,
  title={Analyzing the history of Cognition using Topic Models},
  author={Uriel Cohen Priva and Joseph L. Austerweil},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2015},
  volume={135},
  pages={4-9}
}
Very few articles have analyzed how cognitive science as a field has changed over the last six decades. We explore how Cognition changed over the last four decades using Topic Models. Topic Models assume that every word in every document is generated by one of a limited number of topics. Words that are likely to co-occur are likely to be generated by a single topic. We find a number of significant historical trends: the rise of moral cognition, eyetracking methods, and action, the fall of… Expand
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