PSYCHOLOGY 290 Section: 6
Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention
Spring Quarter 2008
|Prerequisites:||Graduate standing or consent of instructor. See instructor for CRN.|
Course description: This advanced seminar course will review current and classic literature on attentional mechanisms. A cognitive neuroscience approach will be taken. Evidence from work in humans and animals will be considered.
Topics to be covered: Cognitive and neural mechanisms of attention. Attentional theories. Neuropsychology of attention.
Course format (lecture, discussion, etc.): Seminar course. Intensive readings. Review of current and classic literature. Student presentations and group discussion.
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|George R. Mangun , Ph.D.||College of Letters and Science *|