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Academic Bulletin Psychology - 2009-10 - 231 PSY 231

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PSY 231 Cognition

An overview of the major information processing feats of the human mind, such as problem solving, reasoning, memory, language, visual perception, and the development of expertise. Students will explore the scientific techniques used to understand these invisible mental processes, and our current knowledge of how these processes are implemented in the brain. This course is offered in the fall semester.

Prerequisite: Psychology 101, 201 (may be taken concurrently).

Credits: 1