GU4685: Social Cognitive Neuroscience | K. Ochsner
Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
An introduction to the emerging interdisciplinary field of social cognitive neuroscience, which examines topics traditionally of interest to social psychologists (including control and automaticity, emotion regulation, person perception, social cooperation) using methods traditionally employed by cognitive neuroscientists (functional neuroimaging, neuropsychological assessment).
Prerequisites: for graduate students, course equivalents of at least two of the following courses: PSYC W1001, W1010, W2630, W3410, W3480, and W3485; and/or the instructor’s permission.
Link to Vergil Note: only courses offered during the two previous semesters have active Vergil links.