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be approved through Access Center prior to their implementation. The WSUV Access Center is located on the first floor of the Classroom Building (VCLS). Phone: (360) 546-9238; e-mail: [email protected] ; Website: Student Counseling : If the semester begins to wear on you unduly and you feel that you need, or would like, to talk with a professional mental health counselor, licensed clinical/counseling psychologists are available in Counseling Services; for appointments, please call (360) 546-9238. Also, please feel free to visit the Counseling Center's website for more information at: . Campus Safety Statement: Classroom and campus safety are of paramount importance at Washington State University, and are the shared responsibility of the entire campus population. WSU urges students to follow the “ Alert, Assess, Act ” protocol for all types of emergencies and the “Run, Hide, Fight” response for an active shooter incident. Remain ALERT (through direct observation or emergency notification), ASSESS your specific situation, and ACT in the most appropriate way to assure your own safety (and the safety of others if you are able). 5
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1.8.17 Tentative Psych 490 Course Schedule Week Date Lecture Readings Exams Week 1 Jan 9-13 Introduction/History of Cognitive Psychology Ch. 1 Week 2 Jan 16-20 Cognitive Neuroscience/Perception Ch. 2, 3 Week 3 Jan 23-27 Selective Attention Ch. 4 Week 4 Jan 30- Feb 3 Visual Imagery Ch. 10 Exam 1 Week 5 Feb 6-10 Sensory, Short-term, and Working Memory Ch. 5 Week 6 Feb 13-17 Week 7 Feb 20-24 Long-Term Memory: Structure, Encoding, Storage, and Retrieval Ch. 6, 7 Exam 2 Week 8 Feb 27- Mar 3 Week 9 Mar 6-10 Autobiographical Memory and Schemas/Scripts Ch. 8 Week 10 Mar 13-17 SPRING BREAK Week 11 Mar 20-24 Knowledge, False Memories, Eyewitness Testimony Ch. 9 Exam 3 Week 12 Mar 27-31 Week 13 Apr 3-7 Problem Solving Ch. 12 Week 14 Apr 10-14 Reasoning and Decision Making Ch. 13 Week 15 Apr 17-21 Language Production and Comprehension (Note: This lecture and the textbook readings will be covered only on the optional extra-credit mini-quiz offered during Finals Week) Ch. 11 Exam 4 Week 16 Apr 24-28 Finals Week May 1-5 Optional Comprehensive Fifth Exam (On Blackboard from Tuesday, 5/2 at 12:05 a.m. to Friday, 5/5 at 11:55 p.m.) Optional Mini-Quiz based on Chapter 11 and accompanying narrated lecture (Week 15-16) (On Blackboard from Tuesday, 5/2 at 12:05 a.m. to Friday, 5/5 at 11:55 p.m.) On- Campus Optional Exam 5 Optional Mini-Quiz A Note about This Schedule : Please note that this is a tentative course schedule. As with any course, changes will occasionally need to be made during the term in order to maintain the online course’s flow and integrity. If I need to make changes to the schedule, I will announce them ahead of time on Blackboard. It is your responsibility to obtain this information by logging on regularly to Blackboard .
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