Cognitive Processes

Cognitive Processes

Prefix: 
PSY
Course Number: 
427

A general introduction to cognitive psychology through lecture and lab. Emphasis is placed on theory and research in information processing, memory, decision-making, language and the means by which cognitive psychology is applied to our lives. The lab is designed to provide an opportunity for individualized experience with research equipment and methodology in cognitive psychology. Lecture, three hours per week; laboratory, two hours per week. This course is a Graduation Composition and Communication Requirement (GCCR) course in certain programs, and hence is not likely to be eligible for automatic transfer credit to UK. Prereq: Declared major in Psychology, PSY 195,PSY 215, 216, and 311.

Sections

Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
PSY 427-001 4.0 Rm.111, Rm.B3 Andrea Friedrich, Danielle Michelle Andrews
PSY 427-002 4.0 Rm.213, Rm.239 Jonathan M Golding, Travis Miller Kent
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