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Introduction - 305:03 Cognition Fall 2010 Dr Julien...

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Fall 2010 305:03 – Cognition Dr. Julien Musolino
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What this course will be about Today _____________________________ A look at the syllabus
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Professor _____________________________ Dr. Julien Musolino Department of Psychology & RuCCS E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: by appointment
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www.rutgers-psycholinguistics.com
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Course Information _____________________________ https://sakai.rutgers.edu/portal
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Important Information _____________________________
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Important information _____________________________ There is no textbook for this class There is no final exam The last assignment will be due on Dec. 01 By Dec. 13, you’ll have your final grades
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Reading Material _____________________________ Other reading materials will be suggested Lecture slides PDF articles & chapters (SAKAI)
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Lecture Slides _____________________________ Available on SAKAI (under ‘resources’) before each lecture You are encouraged to print the slides and bring them to class with you.
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A cautionary note _____________________________ The lecture slides by themselves are almost useless They will only make sense in the context of the lectures
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Method of instruction _____________________________ Little interaction due to class size But informal ‘discussion’ last 20 minutes
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Ground rules _____________________________ Only clarification questions during lecture Any other question during ‘discussion’
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Grades and Evaluation
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How you will be evaluated _____________________________ 2 midterms (50%) Creative component (25%) Attendance/extra credit 2 assignments (25%)
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Midterms _____________________________ Midterm 1, Oct. 11 Midterm 2, Nov. 10 Covers the first third of the course Covers the second third of the course
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Exam Format _____________________________ Multiple choice questions True/False Fill in the blank Short answer Both midterms will include some or all of the following:
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Exam Content _____________________________ Material covered in class, i.e. lecture slides + videos + notes you’ve taken Both midterms will be based on:
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Exam preparation _____________________________ Practice questions will be posted on SAKAI along with correct answers before the first EXAM Exam Guidelines will be posted on SAKAI Class period before exam 1 will be devoted to exam preparation
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