Department of Psychology and Counseling

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Kimberly Rynearson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology
Director, Waco Outreach Programs

Human Cognitive Processes: PSY 305

This course is a survey of human cognition and information processing. Topics covered include perception, attention, memory, reasoning, and problem solving. Also included in the course are the experimental methods and current theories of human cognition. Prerequisites for this course include PSY 1013 and junior standing or approval of the department head.

This course will be delivered online in the Spring 2008 semester. Any student enrolling in an online course at Tarleton State University must activate his or her Tarleton email account. You will need your Tarleton UIN and password to access the online course.

All students enrolled in Human Cognitive Processes Online for Spring 2008 must have their textbook in hand by January 14, 2008, which is the first day of the semester.

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