Psychology | Cognitive Psychology
P335 | 1490 | B. Bowdle

Cognitive psychology is the study of knowledge and how people use it.  In
this course, we will examine the mental representations and processes that
are involved in perception, attention, memory, learning, communication,
and thought.  After this course, you will have a basic understanding of
the theoretical issues and research methods of cognitive psychology.
Grades:  Grades will be based on three examinations and homework
Text:  Reed, S.K. Cognition (4th Ed.)