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Cognitive Psychology
Instructor: Tracey Kahan
PSYC 131

 

 

Course Description:
A theoretical, empirical, and experiential investigation of human information processing. Topics include the history of the discipline and the following research areas: pattern perception, attention, working memory, long-term memory, memory distortions, imagery, language processes, and problem solving. Emphasis on contemporary theory and research, including recent developments in neurocognition.

 

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