Cognitive neuroscience is an academic field that cares about the scientific study of bioassays that exhibit the phenomenon of knowledge, with special emphasis on nerve substrates for mental processes. In other ways, it means answering questions about how cognitive and psychological functions work on the basis of the brain’s neural circuits.
Cognitive neuroscience is a section of psychology and neuroscience, which intersects with other disciplines such as physiological psychology, cognitive psychology and neuropsychology. Due to the intersection of disciplines in cognitive neuroscience, specialists in this field should be knowledgeable in several other areas such as bio-engineering, psychiatry, neurology, Physics, Computer science, linguistics, philosophy, mathematics, etc.
The methods and approaches of cognitive neuroscience include intellectual forms of psychological psychology, cognitive psychology, electrical physiology and behavioral genetics.