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Psychology: Memory and Cognition

This second free course continues the introduction to Psychology. This free learning course approaches the topic from a ‘cognitive’ angle. This perspective likens the mind to an information-processing computer and uses the computer metaphor to examine complex human functions such as visual perception and memory. This online course is suitable for revising, exam preparation, and for those who often wondered how humans engage in complex mental functions!



 

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    Nathan Nicholas United States of America Great course! I learned a lot! 2015-05-11 21:05:39
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    Farhana Akter United States of America Great 2015-05-08 11:05:03
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    Thomas Wise United States of America People who find primary information valuable retains the information contained in the memory process of the brain and I find this information very important and helpful and interesting especially since I am learning about my body functions. 2015-03-21 18:03:21
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    Kelera Batibasaga Fiji very informative 2015-02-15 22:02:22
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    Kyra Sharpe United Kingdom great course! 2014-10-17 12:10:37
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    Christina Legg United States of America This was an excellent course! 2014-10-08 18:10:15
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    Natasha Alisa Mohammed Trinidad and Tobago Interesting course. Thank you 2014-09-16 03:09:26
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    Angela Armendariz United States of America am very interested on learning more about the brain and how it functions 2014-09-08 21:09:40
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    Angela Armendariz United States of America seems like a very interesting course im very interested on learning more about the mind and its functions 2014-09-08 21:09:01
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    Monica Acquaah United Kingdom This course has taught me about how wide a range the subject on psychology is, how and why humans think and behave in the way they do with the human mind being the most complex machine on earth. 2014-09-02 11:09:02
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    Brenda Allen United States of America Great course! 2014-08-20 01:08:13
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    Tito Abban Quarshie Ghana very active and good 2014-08-06 14:08:08
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    Angela Hales United Kingdom Brilliant thank you. 2014-08-01 17:08:56
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    Simon Peter Gana Rwanda Very technical in formation yet easy to understand! Congratulation! 2014-07-06 10:07:00
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    Lorna -Jane Murray Ireland I'm very interested in this in cogvitive psychology and thought the course was presented in a very clear way. I really enjoyed the course. I hope to more of your courses but loved doing this one - i'm very partially sighted so the fact that your course was presented so vividly and clearly was great. thank you. 2014-04-22 19:04:25
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    Lee Argent United Kingdom good interesting course 2014-04-02 14:04:42
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    JOYCE KUMARI India Course Module: Visual perception Course Topic: Monocular depth cues Comment: The course content is great, Thank you Alison! I have already referred you to many so they could be benefited too.. 2013-06-15 08:06:00
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    Amy Smith United States of America Course Module: Enhancing retrieval and memory
    Course Topic: Memory: acrostics
    Comment: Acrostics -phrases rhymes or poems 2012-12-07 13:12:19
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    Kam Pau United States of America Course Module: Enhancing retrieval and memory
    Course Topic: Mnemonic devices which use imagery, rehearsal or association
    Comment: Psychology - Mnemonic devices which use imagery, rehearsal or association Mnemonic devices which use imagery, rehearsal or association A - any strategy or technique used to enhance memory. There are many techniques used to enhance memory; however, the most effective ones are those which use imagery, rehearsal or association. 2012-12-01 05:12:25
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    STEVEN KENNEDY United States of America Course Module: Sensory, short term and long term memory
    Course Topic: Memory: the semantic network theory
    Comment: let see how smart I am 2012-11-13 23:11:45