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PSY 425 Human-Computer Interaction

Faculty: Psychology Faculty
Content: Broad survey of human-computer interaction (HCI). Project-based exploration of the processes for creating technologies that expand human capability (functionality) while adapting to the abilities of users (usability). HCI topics including cognition, perception, personality, learning, and motivation, as well as social, developmental, abnormal, and educational psychology studied from a psychological perspective. Primary source materials from the fields of psychology, computer science, and allied disciplines.
Prerequisites: PSY 100. PSY 200 or MATH 105. PSY 300.
Restrictions: Junior standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, fall semester.
Semester credits: 4.