Cognitive and Affective Processes
Theory and research in perception, attention, language, problem solving, and other thinking processes.
PSYCH
575
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPSYCH 370 & PSYCH 375; or equivalents; or instructor's consent.
 NoteContains content featured in the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
 TaughtFall
Course Outcomes: 


Knowledge of cognitive psychology

Students will be able to develop a broad knowledge of the principles and findings of cognitive psychology. Assessed by: Exams

Knowledge of basic mental processes

Students will be able to know how basic mental processes are influenced by affect, individual differences, and psychological/neurological disorders. Assessed by: Exams

Apply principles and findings

Students will be able to apply these principles and findings to situations that they will encounter in their daily lives and in their careers. Assessed by: Exams, In-class presentations

Develop communication skills

Students will be able to further develop their communication skills. Assessed by: In-class presentations