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This course studies the development of current theories in cognitive psychology: examination of human memory structure, encoding, storage, and retrieval processes as well as how beliefs about one's self, intelligence, and the nature of knowledge affect knowledge acquisition and the development of critical thinking, problem solving, and reflective thinking. The course will focus on an examination of current theories regarding constructivism, associationism, cognitive motivation, and meta-cognition.

Academic Level:
Education [ED]
Education General [EDU]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2002G1, 2003FS, 2004G2, 2005SS, 2005FS, 2006G1, 2007SS, 2007FS, 2008G1, 2009SS, 2009G1, 2009FS, 2010G2, 2010FS, 2011FS, 2011G1, 2012FS, 2012G1, 2013FA, 2013G2, 2014FA, 2015FA, 2016FA