Leibovitz, D. P. (2007) Language. Lecture given to the “PSYC 2700D: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology” class. Carleton University, pp. 1-29, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. [doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3079.9847] (pdf)
Abstract: Introduces language from a cognitive science perspective.
Leibovitz, D. P. (2007) Word Length Effect (In Serial Recall). Lecture given to the “PSYC 2700D: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology” class. Carleton University, pp. 1-39, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. [doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4325.1688] (pdf)
Abstract: Introduces the experimental paradigm in cognitive psychology.
During 2007 – 2009, David taught specific sections of various courses – cognition, linguistics, philosophy, psychology & metaphysics.
From 2007 – present, David Pierre Leibovitz developed a unified epistemology, ontology & metaphysics for the analysis, decomposition, synthesis and modeling of complex systems. The empirical philosophizing behind this Emergic Approach to unified cognitive modeling is validated by developing a unified cognitive model – the Emergic Cognitive Model (ECM). This research was initially developed at Carleton University.
Continuously progressing and unifying a single situated and embodied cognitive model for the entirety of cognition, starting with a cognitive agent having a visual system that moves and interacts with a dynamic environment. Emergic modeling incorporates the remainder of cognition according to the principles of the Emergic Approach.