Psychology 313: Advanced Experimental – Cognitive Psychology

  • 6 hours, 4 credits
  • Prerequisites: Psychology 101, 107, 213W (or 213)

A laboratory course emphasizing the application of experimental techniques to the study of cognition in human subjects. Among the topics covered are attention, recognition of patterns (such as speech and visual forms), imagery, storage and retrieval of information from short-term and long-term memory, and the organization of thought and language. A central theme of the course is a focus on structure and organization in these various cognitive processes.†

†Offered either Fall or Spring

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