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CNS- 200 Introduction To Cognitive Neuroscience (3.00 cr.)
Natural Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences - Psychology
Repeatable: No
Cognitive and neural processes that support higher mental functions and methods by which inferences about the brain bases of cognition are made.

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CNS- 201 Introduction To Cognitive Neuroscience Lab (1.00 cr.)
Natural Science with Lab, Natural Sciences - Life Sciences
Repeatable: No
Cognitive neuroscience experimental techniques including behavioral and electrophysiological methods of research. Measurement, analysis and presentation of laboratory data on cognitive neuroscience, such as neuronal properties, sensation, memory, perception, learning and attention.

Corequisite: CNS-200

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CNS- 401 Discussion: Ignorance and Psychology (3.00 cr.)
Repeatable: No
Examines how ignorance impacts knowledge, behavior and cognition. Highlights psychological and social deficits created by not appreciating unknown parts of our knowledgebase that contribute to weaknesses in scientific literature.

Prerequisite: take PSYC-110

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CNS- 480 Cognitive Neuroscience Research Experience (1.00 cr.)
Repeatable: Yes
Design, execution, analysis, and reporting of faculty-supervised, cognitive neuroscience-related research.
Instructor's consent

Prerequisites: take CNS-200, CNS-201, STAT-130, and PSYC-391

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CNS- 481 Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (4.00 cr.)
Repeatable: No
Basic principles of computational cognitive neuroscience. Simulating cognition using biologically based networks of neuron-like units (neural networks).

Prerequisites: MATH-120, STAT-130, CNS-200 and CNS-201

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CNS- 499 Independent Study (1.00 - 3.00 cr.)
Repeatable: Yes

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CNS- 681 Computational Cognitive Neuroscience (4.00 cr.)
Repeatable: No
Basic principles of computational cognitive neuroscience. Simulating cognition using biologically based networks of neuron-like units (neural networks).

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