James Farley

ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science - Psychology Science


ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science - Psychology Science


PSYCH 302 - Special Topics in Psychological Research

Review and discussion of special topics or methods in one or more of the areas of contemporary psychology such as experimental, perception, physiological, learning, memory, behavior, quantitative. Prerequisites: PSYCH 104 or SCI 100 and PSYCH 105 and one 200-level Psychology course. Students must check with the Department for the topics for the year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCH 356 - Research Methods in Cognition

A detailed examination of some of the common methods used for investigating cognitive processes. Topics include response time methods, priming paradigms, tachistoscopic presentation techniques, reading time measurement, and the use of recognition and recall tests. The focus of the course will be on the application of these methods to current theories and issues in cognitive psychology. Laboratories will provide students with first-hand experience at applying these methods to research problems. Prerequisite: PSYCH 258. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCH 367 - Perception

An introduction to theoretical and experimental issues associated with sensory and perceptual experience. Prerequisites: PSYCH 275 or 258. [Faculty of Science]

PSYCH 375 - Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

Brain basis of human cognition studied using a diverse range of techniques, with a focus on measures of brain activity such as functional neuroimaging and electrophysiology and on experimental findings in neurologically intact participants. Topics include perception, motor control, attention, memory, language, emotion, and development/aging. Prerequisite: PSYCH 275.

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