Fall 2013 not offered
This course is designed to allow students to conduct supervised research in the area of human memory. Working as a team with the instructor, students will undertake a semester-long project. Current research is focused on the use of a memory camera, called SenseCam, to enhance the retention of everyday events for people with unimpaired memory ability, as well as with people who suffer from different memory impairments.
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Reading lists will be designed for each memory project. Students will read tutorial chapters and multiple journal articles over the course of the semester.
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There will be writing assignments on drafts of the research report and one final paper written in journal style. This major paper will describe the empirical research conducted during the semester.
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