Introduction to research methods used to study how different people's minds work differently; for example, how they think, perceive, attend, judge, learn, prefer, notice, scan, search, choose, quantify, calculate, read, remember, communicate, navigate, or mind-read differently, and how they process faces, words, depth, beauty, scenes, numbers, or colors differently. Includes dual focus on human variation methods and experimental methods. Individual and group projects. Laboratory.
Max Enrollment: 10
Prerequisites: Either PSYC 105 or PSYC 205 and one other PSYC 200-level unit, excluding PSYC 250 and PSYC 299.
Distribution Requirements: EC - Epistemology and Cognition; SBA - Social and Behavioral Analysis
Semesters Offered this Academic Year: Not Offered
Notes: Does not fulfill the laboratory requirement.