This course aims to survey research and theoretical discussions on Visual Cognition. Vision is central to our daily interactions with the world. It is the most salient sense modality, dominating our perception. Visual thinking plays a crucial role in a number of tasks such as object recognition, reading emotions from facial expressions, spatial orientation and wayfinding, creative problem solving, planning for the future, understanding scientific visualizations or visual art. Topics to be discussed include theoretical research on cognitive and neural processes underlying visual cognition as well as applied research on visual thinking and individual differences in visual processing styles.
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 6.000
( Undergraduate level PSY 310 Minimum Grade of D )OR ( Undergraduate level PSY 390 Minimum Grade of D )OR ( Undergraduate level PSY 350 Minimum Grade of D )