PSYCH XL 120A
This course presents how people acquire, represent, and use verbal and nonverbal information.
What you can learn.
- Evaluate how humans think, act, decide, and perceive everyday
- Identify when metacognition is accurate and when it is biased
- Compare and contrast different research designs in cognitive psychology
About this course:This course presents a survey of cognitive psychology--how people acquire, represent, transform, and use verbal and nonverbal information. Topics include perception, attention, imagery, memory, representation of knowledge, language, action, decision-making, and thinking. Transferable for UC credit.
XL 10 Introductory Psychology, XL 100A Psychological Statistics, junior standing, or consent of instructor.