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PSY 220 Thinking, Memory, and Problem Solving

Faculty: Psychology Faculty
Content: Application of cognitive theory to decision making and problem solving. Selective perception, memory, contextual effects on decision making, paradoxes in rationality, biases created from problem-solving heuristics, probability and risk assessment, perception of randomness, attribution of causality, group judgments and decisions.
Prerequisites: PSY 100.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.