Outline of basic learning principles. A general, unified approach to study of human personality and behavior. Based upon a learning conception; various areas of psychology and the other social sciences are treated. Pre: 100.
Frequency distributions; graphic methods; central tendency; variability; correlation; reliability; tests of significance. Pre: 100.
Theoretical interpretations; survey of major theorists and contemporary controversial issues; major influences in classical and instrumental conditioning. Pre: 100. Recommended: 220.
Survey of traditional views and leading theories, and research in related topics. Pre: 100. Recommended: 220 or 322.
Survey of cognitive processes involved in perception, attention, memory, language, problem-solving, reasoning, judgment, intelligence and consciousness, among others. Pre: 100 or consent.
In-depth coverage of some area of theory and research, in cognitive psychology. Repeatable to six credit hours. Pre: 100.
Survey of the principles of learning, including important discoveries in the development of the study of learning, major theories, and both basic and applied research in contemporary literature.
In-depth survey of the computational and representational structures and processes of cognition. Special attention devoted to consideration of the relationship between brain, mind, and computation. Pre: 325 or consent.
Provides an introduction to higher cognition (thinking and reasoning) and its foundations, particularly as they relate to the larger field of cognitive science. A-F only. (Alt. years)
Repeatable unlimited times.
Supervised reading, discussion, research projects in areas of special interest. Repeatable unlimited times.