The course presents students an overview of Cognitive Psychology as science, and of its research methods, starting from its origin and from the greatest psychological schools. The course examines in depth the research areas of Cognitive Psychology, such as: the study of sensations, of the mechanisms of perception and attention, the learning processes and the conditioned reflex mechanisms, the structure and processes of memory and representation of knowledge. The course also focuses on the study of thought processes and fallacies in reasoning, problem-solving, errors of judgment and individual/group decision processes.
Duration: 0 weeks
Hours of study: 225 hours
EQF-Level: EQF level 6 - Bachelor's Degree
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