COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

A theoretical and empirical investigation into the processes and outcomes of thinking. Topics such as memory and forgetting, problem solving and creativity, cognitive dissonance and consistency, defensive repression, language, optimism, and attribution are studied in relation to current scientific research findings. Prerequisites: PSY 100 and minimum sophomore standing or instructor permission.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
PSY
Course Number: 
338
Academic Program(s): 
Psychology