The University of St. Thomas

Seminar in Cognition
Title:Seminar in Cognition
Course Number:400
College:College of Arts & Sciences
Instructor:Bock, Tonia S
Time:1730 - 2115
Location:John Roach Center St Paul
Room:JRC LL62
Credit Hours Start Date End Date Days Available Enrollment Maximum
4 09/03 12/19 M  -  -   -  - 20 0 20
Course Description:
Current theory and research in a specific topic related to cognition. Topics will vary, but will include in-depth coverage of specific topics related to thinking and consciousness. Sample topics include (but will not be limited to) specific aspects of consciousness (e.g. Sleep and Cognition), memory (e.g. eyewitness memory or memory distortion), social cognition (e.g. stereotyping), developmental cognition (e.g. language development), cognitive neuroscience (e.g. brain mechanisms underlying attention), comparative cognition (e.g. animal language), and applied cognition (e.g. human-computer interaction). Prerequisite: PSYC 111 and one additional PSYC course or permission of the instructor.