Cognition and Interaction Lab (COIN)
The research in our group has as a common denominator an interest in cognition and interaction or communication, both with artifacts and other people. We not only study cognition in the wild, but also develop artifacts for the wild, i.e. artifacts to be used and studied in real life settings.
Our current research cover four different areas: distributed cognition in everyday environments, artificial agents, human factors, and educational technology. To learn more please visit the descriptions of the different research areas found in the menu to the left.
The Cognition and Interaction Lab at the Department of Computer and Information Science is not the only cognitive science research group at the university. We are a part of the larger network of Cognitive Science research at Linköping University.
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Last updated: 2016-11-09