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PSYC330

Cognitive Neuroscience/Lab

Subject code

PSYC

Course Number

330

Department(s)

Instructor(s)

N. Koven

Course Long Title

Cognitive Neuroscience/Lab

Cross Listed Courses

Description

This course explores how the neurological organization of the brain influences the way people think and act. Particular emphasis is given to the brain systems that support object recognition, spatial processing, attention, language, memory, and executive functions. Students also investigate clinical syndromes and unusual cognitive phenomena. A wide range of research techniques is introduced, including positron emission topography, functional magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, neuropsychological assessment, event-related potentials, magnetoencephalography, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Prerequisite(s): one of the following: NS/PY 160 or 363 or PSYC 215, 222, or 230.

Modes of Inquiry

Scientific Reasoning [SR]

Writing Credit

No writing credit

Departmental Course Attributes - Major/Minor Requirements

(Psychology: Biological)

INDS Program Relationship

IDNS - NRSC Program

GEC This Course Belongs To

-

Class Restriction

Exclude First Years

Offering Frequency

Normally offered every year