COGS 306 Cognitive Psychology

The study of theoretical models that address the mental processes underlying knowledge and thought and the empirical research in support of those models. Emphasis is placed on how people solve problems, make decisions, draw inferences, attend to their environment, communicate, remember, and learn. Much of the material is applied to real-life settings.

Credits

4 units

Cross Listed Courses

PSYC 306

Prerequisite

PSYC 101 or COGS 101

Core Requirements Met

  • Mathematics/Science