Guidelines for Research Paper
You may choose between two 19th century philosophers:
1. Soren Kierkegaard (A Danish Lutheran)
2. Friedrich Nietzsche (An anti-Christian, German critic of modern culture)
You will write one paper on one of the authors above.
Guidelines for Writing Your Summaries
One of the most challenging parts of this course is learning to write precisely and
succinctly. Your ability to master all the main ideas and to demonstrate familiarity with
details of the text is tested in this assig
Threaded Discussion Instructions
For weeks 1-16 you must write two entries. The first entry should express your response to the prompt.
Your second essay should be your response to what another student has written.
Directions: Your first entry should cent
Guidelines for Chapter Tests
Plan on using your books: Experience Humanities, 8th edition
You may not re-take a test. No late tests or make-up tests will be available.
You may not work with anyone else. You are not permitted to discuss test questions or y
Class Live Participation
You are required to meet with others in the class 3 times via computer.
There is a Live tab in your course (in the same general area as Doc Sharing and the Gradebook)
There is a tutorial for doing Class Live at the course home are
Introduction to Cognitive
Social Cognitive Neuroscience
Research methods for brain
functioning and cognition
Dr. Chandrima Bhattacharya
What is Perception?
A way of regarding, understanding, or
interpreting something; a mental impression.
Theories of Pattern Recognition
Top down and bottom up processi