Formerly: PSYC 313, PSYC 313A, PSYC 313B
Cognitive psychology emphasizes a detailed understanding of mental processes using studies of human behavior such as verbal reports and speeded responses. Particular topics will vary depending on the course instructor but will include domains such as attention, memory, object identification, language processing, embodied cognition, problem solving, reasoning, and decision making.
- Credit will be granted for only one of PSYC 351A, PSYC 313, PSYC 313A, PSYC 313B.
- Either PSYC 100A and PSYC 100B (this set of prerequisites will only be accepted through summer 2017), or PSYC 210 and PSYC 251; and
- PSYC 201; or
- permission of the department.