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  • PSYCHOLOGY 261    Section:

    COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE

    Spring Quarter 2006

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    Prerequisites: Graduate standing in psychology or consent of instructor.
    Course Description:  Covers neurobiological basis of higher cognitive functions. Topics include visual cognition, attention, memory, executive function, language and consciousness. The lectures and readings will reflect the multiple approaches of cognitive neuroscience: studies of neurological patients, functional neuroimaging, single unit physiology, as well as information processing models of cognition. For more information, please visit course website on MyUCDavis.

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    Classroom Class Schedule Course Website
    Center for Mind and Brain W   1:30 PM - 3:00 PM http://my.ucdavis.edu
    Instructor Instructor Email Office Office Hours
    Silvia Bunge , Ph.D. 174G Young Hall by appt
    Tamara Swaab , Ph.D. 268J Young Hall by appt