NEUR-310 Cognitive Neuroscience with Laboratory (4)

This course explores the neural underpinnings of complex cognitive behaviors, including attention, object recognition, memory, cognitive control, social cognition, and language. The lab covers fundamental research methods in cognitive neuroscience, including ethical issues, design of studies, and analysis of data. Students become familiar with the design of behavioral paradigms, clinical approaches, electroencephalography (EEG), neuroimaging (MRI, functional MRI), and neuromodulation. Crosslist: PSYC-375 . Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: NEUR-210  or PSYC-325 .

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