A research oriented course that focuses on the experiments and methodology that lead to our current understandings of mammalian sensation and perception. Understanding of the introductory foundations of research and perception will be gained through practical experience (in-class experiments) in the various sensory modalities (i.e. Vision, Audition, Somatosensation, etc.).
Antirequisite(s): Psychology 2760G (taken in 2019).
Prerequisite(s):Psychology 2115A/B and registration in the third or fourth year of Honors Specialization, Major in Psychology, or permission of the Department.