Fall 2017 not offered
In this course we will discuss in depth a selection of current topics in cognitive development, centering on questions concerning the origins of knowledge. (What kinds of knowledge do we possess even very early in life? How does that knowledge change over time?) We will examine these questions within specific subject areas such as object perception, space perception, number understanding, and understanding of other minds, surveying evidence from different stages of human individual development as well as evidence from nonhuman species.
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|Course Format: Discussion||Grading Mode: Graded|
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Weekly readings from primary research literature.
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Weekly short essays, participation in group discussion, final paper.