During discussions about a possible merger with the Neuroinformatics proposal see this Meta.cogsci question, on the related discuss.area51 post a comment was made about whether the name of the site is inclusive enough. (More on evidence of name confusion)
While I have always "gotten" that Cognitive Sciences is a great umbrella, I had previously wondered if it was faithful to all facets of the Psychology proposal that was subsumed during the Commitment phase. With the recent Area 51 discussion, it made me wonder if in a casual search, a web searchers and seekers would consider checking if neuro questions were on topic at a site called Cognitive Sciences, or would they pass us by. The same question could be asked about, e.g., social psychologists or related fields.
I have faith that researchers in any of our related fields would be diligent, but given our often "quick" searches for information, time may be a factor, and potential users might move on before having given us a chance.
Where does this leave us? I don't know. Maybe we are fine where we are, but I would hope we could consider a few alternatives. I don't have any concrete suggestions that I would fight for, but perhaps something like "Brain and Behavior" might fill in more corners of the the topic space.
Discussions on alternative names
What do people think of "Cognitive Science and Psychology" as a site title?