Graduate Courses

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COGS 200
Cognitive Science Seminar
F 15:00-16:50 in CSB 003  
Description: This seminar emphasizes the conceptual basis of cognitive science, including representation, processing mechanisms, language, and the role of interaction among individuals, culture, and the environment. Current developments in each field are considered as they relate to issues in cognitive science. (May be repeated for credit.)
COGS 202
Foundation:Comp Model. of Cogn
F 11:00-13:50 in CSB 180  
Description: This course surveys the development of symbolic and connectionist models of cognition. Selected readings from the late 1940s to the present are covered. Topics include: Turing machines, information theory, computational complexity, search, learning, symbolic artificial intelligence, and neural networks.
COGS 202
Foundation:Comp Model. of Cogn
 
Description: This course surveys the development of symbolic and connectionist models of cognition. Selected readings from the late 1940s to the present are covered. Topics include: Turing machines, information theory, computational complexity, search, learning, symbolic artificial intelligence, and neural networks.
COGS 205
Introduction/Thesis Research
W 10:30-11:50 in CSB 180  
Description: This course is taken to focus the students’ development of a thesis topic and research proposal. Students prepare an outline of thesis proposal and make an oral public presentation of the proposed topic prior to the end of the third year. S/U only.
COGS 211C
Research Methods/Cogn Science
 
COGS 229
Design at Large
W 16:00-18:00 in EBU3B 1202  
COGS 230
Interaction Design Research
TR 14:00-15:20 in EBU3B 4140  
COGS 231
Human-Centered Programming
MWF 15:00-15:50 in CSB 180  
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics
 
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Neural Signal Analysis
 
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Does Cog Sci (still) exist?
M 13:00-15:50 in CSB 003  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Image Recognition
MW 09:00-10:20 in CSB 180  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics
 
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Like a Human Being
M 14:00-16:50 in CSB 272  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 260
Seminar on Special Topics: Language & Thought
TR 11:00-12:20 in CSB 180  
Description: Specific topics in cognitive science are discussed. (May be repeated when topics vary.)
COGS 277
Mirroring in Social Cognition
TR 09:00-10:20 in CSB 180  
COGS 277
Mirroring in Social Cognition
 

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