PSYC 221(F) Cognitive Psychology
A survey of the experimental analysis of the mental processes. Topics include memory, visual perception, attention, problem-solving, reasoning, language, and unconscious processes. Special emphasis is on the interdisciplinary nature of cognitive psychology, including contributions from computer science, neuroscience, and philosophy. Format: lecture. Requirements: a midterm, a final exam, and a short paper. Prerequisites: Psychology 101. Enrollment limit: 55 (expected: 50). Open to first-year students.