This course examines cognition in animals, from basic mechanisms of learning and memory to specialized processes of timing, spatial orientation, numerical ability, tool use, and metacognition. The role of cognition in the lives of animals in the wild is examined along with the organization and neural basis of animal cognition.
Prerequisite(s):Psychology 2220A/B,Psychology 2221A/B or Neuroscience 2000, and registration in third or fourth year Honors Specialization in Psychology, Honors Specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Honors Specialization in Neuroscience, or Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour. Other Psychology students and Psychology Special Students who receive 70% in the prerequisite course may enroll in this course.
Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: PSYCHOL
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