Graduate Courses

Course Course Information Instructor
COGS 200
Cognitive Science Seminar
F 15:00-16:50 in CSB 003  
Description: This seminar emphasizes the conceptual basis of cognitive science, including representation, processing mechanisms, language, and the role of interaction among individuals, culture, and the environment. Current developments in each field are considered as they relate to issues in cognitive science. (May be repeated for credit.)
COGS 203
Foundation:Theor&Meth in Studi
 
Description: Surveys a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of human cognition. Topics include language structure, language processing, concepts and categories, knowledge representation, analogy and metaphor, reasoning, planning and action, problem solving, learning and expertise, and emotion.
COGS 203
Foundation:Theor&Meth in Studi
MW 10:30-11:50 in CSB 272  
Description: Surveys a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of human cognition. Topics include language structure, language processing, concepts and categories, knowledge representation, analogy and metaphor, reasoning, planning and action, problem solving, learning and expertise, and emotion.
COGS 211A
Research Methods/Cogn Science
 
COGS 219
Prog. for Behavioral Sci.
 
COGS 229
Design at Large
W 15:30-17:30  
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Bootcamp
 
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics
T 12:30-15:20 in CSB 180  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 280
Neural Oscillations
W 09:00-10:50 in CSB 180  

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