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Berkeley Review of Cognitive Science Articles (BROCA)

Fall 2014
Cognitive Science 98/198
2 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

The Berkeley Review of Cognitive Science Articles (BROCA) is intended to assist students in finding, understanding, analyzing, and discussing fascinating cutting­-edge research. The papers we discuss will be selected and presented by professors, post­doctoral fellows and graduate students who are involved in cognitive science research at UC Berkeley and beyond.

Every week, students will be assigned a paper that was selected by a guest speaker to read for the next class session. Each student will be responsible for reading the paper and posting a response on the course page at least two hours before class.

In the middle of the semester, students will be required to visit office hours for a professor of their choice and submit a summary of the resulting discussion. Towards the end of the semester, students will be required to give a short presentation to the class on a cognitive science article of their choice.

Grades will be based on attendance, participation in discussions, completion of responses, submission of the office hours assignment, and the presentation. As this is a discussion-­based class, only two absences are permitted in a semester.

How to Enroll:

Enrollment will be handled on the first day of class (9/10/14). If you are unable to make it or know you will not be able to, email us.

Course Contact: brocadecal AT gmail.com

Faculty Sponsor: Terry Regier

Time & Location:

SectionFacilitatorsSizeLocationTimeStartsStatusCCNs
Section 2Matthew Boggess
Aaliyah Aya Ichino
Matthew Shonman
Yuan Wang
3087 DwinelleW 4p-6p9/10full

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Syllabus: broca_syllabus_fa14.pdfAug 28117kbAdobe PDF (Viewer)View Download

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