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Sensation and Perception

This course examines how humans process stimuli from the external environment. Psychophysical measurement techniques are introduced and then applied to an analysis of central nervous system processing of each of the five sensory modalities. An emphasis is placed on current scientific literature. Prerequisites: PSYC 2127 and (PSYC 2606 or PSYC 2656). (lec: 3 credits). Students may not retain credit for both this course and PSYC 2905, PSYC 2906, PSYC 2917.

Liberal Arts