Graduate Courses

Course Course Information Instructor
COGS 200
Cognitive Science Seminar: Cognitive Modeling
F 15:00-16:50 in CSB 180  
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 201
Neural Dynamics of Cognition
TR 11:00-12:20 in CSB 180 (website)  
COGS 205
Introduction/Thesis Research
T 12:30-13:50 in CSB 180  
Description: This course is taken to focus the students’ development of a thesis topic and research proposal. Students prepare an outline of thesis proposal and make an oral public presentation of the proposed topic prior to the end of the third year. S/U only.
COGS 211B
Research Methods/Cogn Science
 
COGS 229
Design at Large
W 16:00-18:00 in EBU3B 1202  
COGS 238
Topics/Cognitive Linguistics
W 14:00-16:50 in CSB 272  
Description: (Same as Linguistics 238) Basic concepts, empirical findings, and recent developments in cognitive and functional linguistics. Language viewed dynamically in relation to conceptualization, discourse, meaning construction, and cognitive processing. (As topics vary, may be repeated for credit.)
COGS 241
Ethics&Survivl Skills/Academia
W 09:00-09:50 in CSB 003  
Description: (Same as Neurosciences 241) This course will cover ethical issues that arise in academia, including: dishonesty, plagiarism, attribution, sexual misconduct, etc. We will also discuss ‘survival’ issues, including job hunting, grant preparation, journal reviews, writing letters of recommendation, mentoring, etc. S/U only.
Kalichman, Michael W
COGS 241
Ethics&Survivl Skills/Academia
W 10:00-11:50 in CSB 003  
Description: (Same as Neurosciences 241) This course will cover ethical issues that arise in academia, including: dishonesty, plagiarism, attribution, sexual misconduct, etc. We will also discuss ‘survival’ issues, including job hunting, grant preparation, journal reviews, writing letters of recommendation, mentoring, etc. S/U only.
Kalichman, Michael W
COGS 243
Stats Inference & Data Analys
M 13:00-15:50 in CSB 003 (website)  
Description: This course provides a rigorous treatment of hypothesis testing, statistical inference, model fitting, and exploratory data analysis techniques used in the cognitive and neural sciences. Students will acquire an understanding of mathematical foundations and hands-on experience in applying these methods using Matlab.
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: EEG Brain-Computer Interfaces
M 11:15-13:50 in CSB 180  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: NeuralDynamicsofSpace&Time
 
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Intro/Diffusion Tensor Imaging
TR 14:00-15:20 in CSB 272  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
Frank, Lawrence Robert
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: NeurobioSocialLearn,Develop
M 09:00-11:50 in CSB 003  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)

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