At the present time the principal contributing disciplines are psychology, computer science, linguistics and philosophy, although at Rutgers there are individuals with strong interests in cognitive science located in a variety of departments -- perhaps a greater range of academic departments than is typical of the field at large. For example, the department of biomedical engineering and the CAIP Center (Computer Aids for Industrial Productivity) have special strength in the area of computational and biological perception and speech recognition. Several groups in the mathematics and electrical engineering departments have strong interests in aspects of computational architecture and neural networks, as do, of course, the neuroscience researchers in the center for behavioral and neural sciences. Click on any discipline below to visit its site.