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Bachelor 2015/2016

General Psychology

Type: Compulsory course (Psychology)
Area of studies: Psychology
Delivered at: School of Psychology
When: 3 year, 1, 2 module
Instructors: Elena S. Gorbunova (conducts seminars and administers exams), Alexey A. Kotov (delivers lectures), Valery Y. Romanov (author)
Language: English
ECTS credits: 5
This course provides an overview of classic and current issues in the study of human memory and attention. We will examine the findings from laboratory research to gain a better understanding of the structure and organization of memory, attention and many interrelationships between them. Topics will include semantic memory, working memory, encoding and retrieval processes, eyewitness memory,  visual search, change-blindness, object-based attention, developmental changes in memory and attention, memory and attention disorders. The course discussion will bring together ideas and findings from cognitive, developmental, and cultural psychology.