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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


PSYC 51.09 Human Memory

Knowing how our brains organize and spontaneously retrieve memories is at the heart of understanding the basis of the ongoing internal dialog of our conscious thoughts.  Put simply, our memories make us who we are.  The field of human memory also has a practical side.  For example, how much should we trust eyewitness testimony?  Or, should you cram for tomorrow's exam or get a good night's sleep instead?  We will examine a range of classic and cutting-edge experimental results and theories that form the foundation of our current understanding of how we learn and remember.

Instructor

Manning

Distributive and/or World Culture

SOC

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Offered

18W: 10A