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Faculty Course Questionnaires - CSCI 6402

 

CSCI 6402 (3). Issues and Methods in Cognitive Science.

Interdisciplinary introduction to cognitive science, examining ideas from cognitive psychology, philosophy, education, and linguistics via computational modeling and psychological experimentation. Includes philosophy of mind; learning; categorization; vision and mental imagery; consciousness; problem solving; decision making, and game-theory; language processing; connectionism. Same as EDUC 6504, LING 6200, PHIL 6310, and PSYC 6200. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, or at least one course at the 3000-level or higher in computer science, linguistics, philosophy, or psychology. No background in computer science will be presumed.

 
CSCI 6402. Issues and Methods in Cognitive Science
 CourseInstructorAccessWorkloadTreatment
Eisenberg, Michael
Spring 1998 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2001 (sec. 001) HiHiHiStarHi
Spring 2002 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2003 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2007 (sec. 001) HiHiHi4-6Star
Spring 2008 (sec. 001) HiHiHi7-9Hi
Spring 2009 (sec. 001) HiHiHi4-6Star
Spring 2010 (sec. 001) HiHiHi7-9Star
Kim, Albert
Spring 2008 (sec. 001) HiHiHi7-9Hi
Spring 2009 (sec. 001) HiHiHi4-6Star
Lewis, Clayton
Spring 2004 (sec. 001) HiHiHiStarStar
Martin, James
Spring 1998 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 1999 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2000 (sec. 001) HiHiStarHiStar
Spring 2003 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2006 (sec. 001) HiHiHiStarStar
Polson, Peter
Spring 2000 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Spring 2002 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar
Raymond, William
Spring 2005 (sec. 001) HiHiHiHiStar

The Faculty Course Questionnaire (FCQ) program allows students to rate their instructors and courses at the end of each term. It provides information to instructors for teaching improvement, to students for course selection, and to deans and chairs for management. Students evaluate each course-section in three ways: multiple-choice "core" questions printed on all FCQ forms, multiple-choice optional questions selected and/or written by the instructor and/or the department, and several open-ended items which request student comments.

 
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