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Spring Course: Blogging about Cognitive Science

This spring, Prof. Seana Coulson & grad student Rose Hendricks will lead a seminar on Cognitive Science blogging. (more)




Featured Classes
Fall 2017:
  • COGS160: Social Cognitive Development
    This course is a mixed Practicum/Seminar course designed to provide hands-on experience in research on infancy and early childhood. Students learn skills and are assigned responsibilities based on the project to which they are assigned. Students also participate in a journal club and prepare brief end-of-quarter presentations and reports. It is a 3-quarter sequence. Content, skills, and responsibilities evolve and expand every quarter. Students work with a supervisor who oversees training and task progress. Pre-req: GPA of 3.3 or better, Commitment to this Cogs 160 for 3-quarter, permission of instructor based on interview and availability. Contact Dr. Deak [gdeak@ucsd.edu] for permission to enroll in this course. (http://cogdevlab.ucsd.edu/undergraduates/)
  • COGS143: Animal Cognition
    Review of historical perspectives: introspectionist, behaviorist, and cognitivist models. Examination of how perceptual and motor constraints and ecological demands yield species-specific differences in cognitive repertoire. Contemporary issues in the comparative study of the evolution of human cognition. Prerequisites: upper-division standing.
  • COGS160: Civic Design
    Civic Design (http://civicdesign.ucsd.edu/): This studio course explores how to design services for complex socio-technical systems. The class will follow a human-centered design process that includes user research, concept generation, prototyping, and refinement. Students will work in teams to design a solution to a civic challenge effecting people in the San Diego area. This will be a good course for intermediate to advanced design students who want to build up their portfolio and to practice their skills with sketching, storyboarding, prototyping, and evaluating services for complex settings. As a prerequisite, students must have completed as least one prior project-based design or engineering course at UCSD (e.g., DSGN 1, DSGN 100, CSE 170/COGS 120, COGS 122...). Interested in this course? PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfser9uMljV6YbCZaIOOOC1AZr8CzZW6HFULekAFOlnf7k70A/viewform


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