Geometric Cognition

Since geometry is the measurement of matter and cognition deals with how we acquire knowledge about said matter, geometric cognition can be understood as the processing of the symbols and metaphors, our mind creates for that matter: conscious and unconscious processes that rely on geometric models, to accumulate experience and knowledge, through perceiving, recognizing, conceiving, and reasoning of data in the framework of a cognitive geometry.

Our capacity to recognize patterns might be attributed to the brain’s drive to describe things in the simplest feasible way

Infants may recognize regular sound sequences during their first year of life. As we grow…

Screening risk of dyslexia through a web-game using language-independent content

Dyslexia is a type of learning impairment that affects 5–15% of the world’s population. MusVis,…

We like our math like we like our art: beautiful

Is it possible for a concept to be beautiful? Mathematicians frequently describe arguments as “beautiful”…