Undergraduate Courses

Course Course Information Instructor
COGS 14A
Intro. to Research Methods
 
COGS 20
Exploring the Musical Mind
 
COGS 101C
Language
 
Description: An introduction to structure of natural language, and to the cognitive processes that underline its acquisition, comprehension, and production. This course covers findings from linguistics, computer science, psychology, and cognitive neuroscience to provide an integrated perspective on human language abilities. Prerequisites: Cognitive Science 1 and 14A.
COGS 102A
Distributed Cognition
 
Description: Cognitive processes extend beyond the boundaries of the person to include the environment, artifacts, social interactions, and culture. Major themes include the philosophy and history of cognitive science, the role of artifacts in human cognition, and theories of socially-distributed, embodied, and extended cognition. Prerequisites: Cognitive Science 1 and Cognitive Science 14A.
Johnson, Christine M.
COGS 187A
Usability & Info. Architecture
 
Description: Examines the cognitive basis of successful web and multimedia design. Topics: information architecture, navigation, usability, graphic layout, transaction design, and how to understand user interaction. Prerequisites: CSE 7.
COGS 188
AI Algorithm & Social Language
 

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