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Rensselaer Catalog 2008-2009 [Archived Catalog]

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PSYC 4510 - Cognitive Modeling


Cognitive modeling investigates human cognition by developing computational systems that simulate cognitive processes. Cognitive modeling grew out of Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence. Cognitive models are used in a number of basic and applied domains including Human-Computer Interaction, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Computer-Generated Forces, and Synthetic Characters. In this course, students will develop models in ACT-R (a unified theory of cognition) that simulate recent findings in cognitive psychology.

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisites: PSYC 1200 and CSCI 2300. Recommended: CSCI 4150 and/or PSYC 4370 or permission of instructor.

When Offered: Spring term annually .



Credit Hours: 4



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