2006PSY: Cognition, Memory and Learning
|Academic Career:||UGRD - Undergraduate|
|Academic Subject Area:||Psychology|
|Host Element:||PSY - School of Applied Psychology|
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 1|
|Workload Units:||10 Credit Points.|
|Progress Units:||10 Credit Points.|
|Description:||This course is designed to teach the basic concepts of Cognitive Psychology covering topics such as attention, memory, language, and thinking. Familiarity with a diverse range of experimental methods and techniques is required to understand the research findings in these areas, and to critically evaluate theoretical explanations. Research findings and theoretical explanations will be presented in lectures. Laboratory experiments and demonstrations will complement the lectures by providing direct experience with some experimental techniques.
This course has prerequisites that must be completed prior to enrolling in this course. It is the students' responsibility to ensure these requirements have been fulfilled.
INCOMPATIBLE: 2005APY Cognition, Memory and Learning
PREREQUISITES: 1001PSY Introductory Cognitive and Biological Psychology OR 1005APY Introductory Cognitive and Biological Psychology
AND: 1003PSY Research Methods and Statistics 1 OR 1003PSY Introduction to Research in the Behavioural Sciences OR 1002APY Quantitative Analysis 1
AND: 2000PSY Research Methods and Statistics 2 OR 1005PSY Research Methods and Statistics OR 2006APY Quantitative Analysis 2.
|Semester 2 - 2013||Gold Coast||On Campus||In Person||18 Aug 2013||54779||Dr Glenda Andrews|
|Semester 2 - 2013||Mt Gravatt||On Campus||In Person||18 Aug 2013||54256||Dr Timothy Cutmore|
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