This course will address topics in the study of memory, a crucial topic in cognitive psychology, and will include theory and research on explicit and implicit memory systems, working memory, the neurology of memory, forgetting and memory disorders, and how to improve memory (mnemonics). Current issues and research in long term memory such as reconstructive processes in memory, eyewitness memory, and repressed memory will also be included.
45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework which must include PSYC 100
PSYC 101 and/or PSYC 230 is recommended as a pre- or co-requisite
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