Courses: Cognitive Neuropsychology (PSYCB529001)

Fall 2008

Class Number: 1341
This course explores the cognitive bases of behavior, emphasizing an
information processing approach. The major areas of cognitive
psychology are surveyed. These areas include perception, attention,
memory, language, and thinking and decision making. The application
of basic knowledge in these areas to developmental and clinical
psychology is also explored. In addition, the course deals with the
basics of human neuropsychology, providing an introduction to
disorders of language, spatial processing, memory, emotion, and
planning/attention as a result of brain injury.

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1341


Psychology (Web site)

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Meeting Times

M 1:00pm-4:00pm