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Spring 2010 Course Announcements

photo of Wade SavageCGSC 8000 Seminar: Philosophy of the Cognitive Science (2 credits)
Wednesdays, 1 - 4 pm (Meeting time could change if class is in agreement) Elliott S204
Wade Savage


photo of Dan KerstenPSY8036 Adaptation: Theory, Behavior and Neural System (3 credits)
3:00 to 4:30 Tuesdays Elliott S204 (First meeting is Tuesday Jan 19th, 2010.)
Dan Kersten
& Vik Vikranth Rao
Guest Instructors: Steven Engel, Shawn Green. Sheng He. Paul Schrater
Section 001 (68145)

ghoseNSc 8217 Systems and Computational Neuroscience (2 credits)
1:00-2:30 in Jackson 6-137 every Tuesday
Geoff Ghose


photo of Amy SheldonLING 5900 Language and Gender (3 credits)
Sec 004 meets with Anthropology 5980 sec 003 
Amy Sheldon


photo of shawn curleyIDSC 8721 Behavioural Decision Theory (2 credits)
Mon Wed 3:45 - 5:25 pm Room: 1-142 csom Spring-B, 2010 (March 22-May 7, 2010)
Shawn P. Curley


photo of maria seraCPSY 8360 Special Topics in Developmental Psychology:
Conceptual Development (
2 credits)
Mondays 1:30-3:10pm Room 105, ICD
Maria D. Sera


wolk gershensonCGSC 8410 Perspectives in Learning, Perception, and Cognition (2 credits)
Section 001, Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. in N119 Elliott Hall
Celia Wolk Gershenson


ANTH8810, Language and Modernity (3 credits)
Wednesdays, 2:30-5 pm HHH 389
David Valentine valen076 (umn email ID)
The course is seen as an advanced course in Linguistic Anthropology, but will also cover much of the classic literature in language and culture, language and cognition and sociolinguistics at a graduate level. We hope to move this into the regular graduate curriculum alternating with ANTH8005--Linguistic Anthropology. The course will be relevant to a variety of graduate programs, including psychology, education, history, music, English, language study and many others.


Updated February 19, 2015