This course is an introduction to the psychology of learning and memory. This course is designed to be interactive, requiring the student to come to class prepared to participate. The course includes practical examples of applications of learning



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Psychology 305: Learning and Memory Page

Spring 2018




PSYC 305 is an introduction to the psychology of learning and memory. The course includes practical examples of applications of learning and comprehensive study of learning and memory that spans biological and psychological contributions. Approximately every other class period will start with a quiz covering the previous week's material. The remainder of that class will be devoted to practical concepts and examples of behavioral conditioning, based on the text by Malott (2008). The next class will be devoted to experimental and theoretical issues of learning and memory. It is recommended that you read the chapter in Terry (2009) in preparation for this class period and bring your book to class. Psychology 100g or permission of the instructor is a prerequisite.



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