PSYC245 Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology is the study of what we know, how we know it, and how that knowledge is acquired, organized, accessed, and used. This class will be a survey of the following: a historical perspective on the field of studying cognition; the research methods of contemporary cognitive psychology; attention; perception; memory; the structure of knowledge; individual differences in intelligence; our understanding of language and music; reasoning; problem-solving; and cognitive neuroscience. Prereq.- PSYC103. Core SSHB.


3 credits



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