Psy 496H

Seminar Title: "The Cognitive Science of Creativity"
Brief discription: This course explores the nature and uses of mental creativity in everyday life, human development, science, and society. We will read about conceptions of creativity in both  popular literature and in scientific journals.
 

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Psy 496F

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Subtitle: "Future of Cognition:Genetics and Other New developments".
Brief description: This course will examine the merits of state of the art research including the underlying genetic encoding of cognitive processing. There will be application to wide range of topics such as ability to taste bitter substances,  intelligence, energy, and cognitive impairments such as schizophrenia and Alzheimers disease.
 

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