Learning & Memory

The following faculty have research interest and expertise in the area of learning and memory:

Sample Courses

PSY 31400 -- Introduction to Learning

(Credit Hours: 3.00). This course attempts to make clear the theoretical and practical implications of learning principles and findings. Various theories of learning are examined and the implications of these theories, and the learning approach generally, for a variety of practical problems are emphasized. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

PSY 62400 -- Human Learning and Memory

(Credit Hours: 3.00). Selected survey of important problems in the encoding, storage, and retrieval of laboratory and naturalistic events. Prerequisite: Coursework in Human Development, Family Studies and related services. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

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