Psychology

PSYC4733Cognitive Neuroscience3 ch (3C/S) [W]

A seminar course that deals with contemporary neurological models of perception and cognition. Topics will be selected to reflect the expertise of faculty. They may include computational networks, blindsight, prosopagnosia, lateralization, etc. 

Prerequisites: PSYC 2102 or an alternate research methods course approved by the instructor, PSYC 2712, and either PSYC 3383 or PSYC 2693