syll2008 - PSY 341K Seeing and Acting in a Virtual World...

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PSY 341K Seeing and Acting in a Virtual World Spring, 2008 COURSE OUTLINE Class hours: Tues, Thurs 9.30-11.00 Room 4-242, SEAY Instructor: Professor Mary Hayhoe SEAY Room 5-238 X5-9338 [email protected] Office hours: Anytime by appointment TA: Brian Sullivan [email protected] Web Site : http://homepage.psy.utexas.edu/homepage/class/psy341K/hayhoe/2008/ The goal of this course is to teach you how to do experiments and make discoveries about your own perceptions and actions in ordinary life. There are many basic and important things to learn about this topic, that do not involve extensive background knowledge. We can do this because of new Virtual Reality technology that allows us to examine situations close to everyday life. The goal is to make new discoveries by doing several experiments in the Virtual Reality lab. In the course of doing this, you will learn a lot about how to ask scientific questions, do experiments, analyze the data, and make conclusions. You will learn how to write up experiments in a scientific
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