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Cognitive Neuroscience

Is a junior-level introduction to human cognition from neuroscientific and evolutionary perspectives. Students begin by learning the historical and philosophical antecedents of the field. Students then develop an understanding and appreciation for cognition and research methodology in the field; topics include perception, attention, memory, language, brain organization and plasticity, and the problem of consciousness. Prerequisites: BIOL 112 and PSYC 281.

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Course Number:
NRSC 305
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