HUMAN LEARNING AND MEMORY This course provides a survey of contemporary approaches to the problem of human learning and memory. It involves an examination of theories and research relating to the structure and content of human memory, information encoding, and retrieval processes. A variety of related topics including mental imagery, mnemonics, the structure of intelligence tests, and the effects of drugs on memory may also be included. Laboratory exercises will involve work with human subjects. Three hours a week class, two hours a week laboratory. 05-09-2018-28-11-2018 Lecture Wednesday 01:30PM - 04:30PM, Room to be Announced