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PSY242 Social & Health Psychology


PSY241 Cognitive Psychology

Reading maketh a full man,
conference a ready man,
and writing an exact man.
- Francis Bacon (1561-1626) ‘Of studies’

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Course overview document is here when it is ready (ie Monday of Intro week)

Timetable is here

Module resources are on MOLE and here

Topics and Discussion

Working Memory

Prospective Memory

Attention

Automaticity

Learning

Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

Semantic Memory

Developing Theories in Cognitive Psychology

Modelling Cognition – the ACT models

Language & Thought

Joined up cognition: scripts, frames and schemas

Heuristics

Causal Inference

Vision

*unofficial essay questions for revision*

Study groups

The logic of the study groups is that they are self-organised, rather than organised. A vital part of the course is the experience of planning and managing your own study activities. This means that if students want to change the seminar times, or their names on the wiki, they are expected to do it themselves.

Your seminar group is the same as your PSY259 group. Your seminar times are:

Thursday @ 9am: Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Thursday @ 10am: Groups 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Thursday @ 11am: Groups 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Thursday @ 12pm: Groups 16, 17, 18, 19

Introductory meetings are week 2 in the psychology computer room. After that you are expected to arrange your own meeting rooms (but you may move your meeting time around to suit the group). List of names and assigned groups here: seminar_groups. Our mission: week2_tasks

Suggested wiki activities to structure your study: Activities

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Useful Links

PSY241 Reading List

Using a wiki

   * A wiki is a set of webpages which can be edited by users
   * A short YouTube video introducing wikis and how they can be used for coordination by groups
   * Guidence on formatting
   * You can 'watch' pages so you are alerted when someone edits them. Click 'watch' on the top right tab 
   * MediaWiki FAQ
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