PSYCH 3371H: Language and the Mind

August 7, 2017

Introduction to psychological processes for producing and understanding speech, the means by which these processes arise in the child, and their bases in the brain. Prereq: Honors standing, and 1100 (100), 1100H (100H), Ling 2000 (Linguist 201), 2000H (200H), or 4000 (601); or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 3371 (371), 371H, Ling 3701 (Linguist 371), or 3701H (371H). GE soc sci indivs and groups course. Cross-listed in Ling 3701H.

Credit Hours: 
3.0
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Meets the following Psychology Major Goals:


Knowledge Base in Psychology

  • Describe key concepts, principles, & overarching themes in psychology
  • Develop working knowledge of psychology's content domains

Scientific Inquiry & Critical Thinking

  • Use scientific reasoning to interpret psychological phenomena
  • Demonstrate psychology information literacy
  • Interpret, design, & conduct basic psychological research
  • Incorporate sociocultural factors in scientific inquiry

Ethical & Social Responsibility in a Diverse World

  • Build & enhance personal relationships

Communication

  • Demonstrate effective writing for different purposes
  • Exhibit effective presentation skills for different purposes
  • Interact effectively with others

Professional Development

  • Apply psychological content & skills to career goals
  • Exhibit self-efficacy & self regulation 
  • Refine project-management skills
  • Enhance teamwork capacity

 


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