This course is concerned with how humans learn, think, reason, and solve problems. It addresses the ways in which humans input, encode, transform, store, retrieve, and output information. The course presents major concepts, methods, research findings, and controversies concerning human cognition and examines application of cognition to topics such as eyewitness testimony, autobiographical memory, childhood amnesia, and expertise.
Prerequisites: PSYC 201 and one additional 200-400 level psychology course, or permission of instructor. Students with transfer credit for PSYC 335 are not permitted to take this course.