PSY 331 Advanced Cognitive Psychology
This seminar course is designed for students who have completed Cognitive Psychology (Psychology 231), and are interested in developing and testing their own ideas about memory and other cognitive processes. The specific topic may vary from year to year, but will typically focus on a contemporary issue in the field of memory, such as memory distortion. Students will design and carry out a research project in collaboration with the professor. This course is offered in the spring semester.
Prerequisites: Psychology 201, Psychology 231.
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