PSYC 327 Cognitive Processes

Spring, Fall

This course is an in-depth exploration of human cognitive abilities, including perceptual processes, attention, memory, language, and thinking. In addition to providing an overall understanding of these topics, this course examines the research methodology and theoretical frameworks used to study cognitive processes, how these processes can be applied to everyday life, and current issues in the field of cognitive psychology.

Prerequisite: Student has completed PSYC 150 and either 200 or 211, or both Math211 and Neur270