UMD PSYC 440 Entire Course
University of Maryland PSYC 440 Experimental Psychology: Cognitive Processes and Legal Applications Entire Course
A survey of the content, models, and methods in cognitive psychology with an emphasis on attention and encoding, recall, recognition, judgment, signal detection theory, and applying cognitive theories to situations in the legal system. Students integrate scientific theories with real-life legal situations. Course topics include research methodology in assessing and addressing cognitive mechanisms and how this understanding may help eyewitness and victim recall and recognition, perpetrator recall, assessing scientific theories of repression, and real-life examples.
Note: This entire course includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams.