Cognitive Science

Degrees and Certificates

Classes

CGS 2000 : Liguistics as a Cognitive Sci.

Introduction to key areas of linguistic research and their contributions to cognitive science. Emphasis on morphosyntax, phonetics/phonology, multilingualism, and psycholinguistics.

Credits

3

CGS 4000 : Bilingualism

Examination of cognitive correlates of bilingualism and multilingualism through review of primary psycholinguistic research and hands-on linguistic experimentation. Focus on cross-language transfer, language coactivation, language mixing and immersion effects in language processing.

Credits

3

CGS 5910 : Psychology of Language

Processes underlying use of language, including speech perception and production, comprehension of meaning and grammar, and conversational interaction. Draws upon research from psychology, linguistics, computer science, neuroscience, and speech pathology.

Credits

3

CGS 5950 : Ind. Res. in Cognitive Science

Supervised research project and report in a selected area of cognitive science. May be repeated for credit; however, only three hours of research can be applied toward the requirements of the concentration or minor in cognitive science. Prerequisite: Permission of the Director of the Cognitive Science Program.

Credits

3

CGS 5990 : Special Topics

Selected topics in Cognitive Science: attention, computational modeling, linguistics, deep learning, embodiment etc.

Credits

3