Cognitive Psychology

Elan Barenholtz, Christine Burton, Lauren Mavica, Hillary Wehe

Cognitive Psychology stimulates students’ interest in the wide array of topics in cognition with relatable examples and applications to their everyday lives. Developed with a digital-first approach and written in an engaging style, Cognitive Psychology is further enriched with response system-enabled class activities and interactive components that allow students to experience a phenomenon first hand. Each topic includes a dedicated set of critical thinking questions and an engaging coverage on cognitive psychology applications in the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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Table of Contents for Cognitive Psychology

  • About this Course
  • Module 1: Introduction
  • Module 2: How to Study Cognition
  • Module 3: The Brain
  • Module 4: Perception
  • Module 5: Attention
  • Module 6: Short-Term and Working Memory
  • Module 7: Long-Term Memory
  • Module 8: Autobiographical Memory
  • Module 9: Knowledge
  • Module 10: Visual Imagery
  • Module 11: Language
  • Module 12: Problem Solving
  • Module 13: Reasoning and Decision Making

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