Cms 3361-501 Cognitive Psychology Paper

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PSY (CGS) 3361-501—Cognitive Psychology—Spring 2015 CN 1.102 Monday 7:00-9:45 PM Instructor Contact Information Dr. Daniel Krawczyk 972-883-3234 Office: GR 4.202C Office hours: Mon 3:30-4:30 PM & by appointment Teaching Assistants Contact Information David Martinez Office: JO4.312 Office Hours: Thu 12-2 PM & by appointment Jameson Miller Office: GR 2.706 Office Hours: Fri 12:30-2:00 PM & by appointment ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology Course Description: This course is an introduction to the scientific study of the mind and mental processes,…show more content…
The focus is on the current research and theory in this rapidly evolving field. We will also consider the relevance of brainimaging and brain-injury results as well as behavioral data. Student Learning Objectives: Program objective 1.1 Describe the primary objectives of scientific psychology (describing, explaining, predicting, and changing behavioral and mental processes). Program objective 1.3 Describe, apply, and analyze selected content areas in psychology (e.g., memory, attention, language, judgment & decision making, knowledge). Program objective 2.1 Identify and explain different research methods used by psychologists. Required Textbook and Materials: th Matlin, Margaret. Cognition,…show more content…
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