Cognitive Studies 201
Psychology 201
Visual Studies 201

Cognitive Science in Context Laboratory
Spring 2005

Course Staff
Professor
David J. Field
246 Uris Hall 5-6393 djf3@cornell.edu
Teaching Support Specialist
Dr. Douglas R. Elrod
203 Uris Hall 5-7898 dre1@cornell.edu
Teaching Assistant
Thomas A. Farmer
Office hours: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.,
TR in Uris 205
B74 Uris Hall 5-6398 taf22@cornell.edu

Laboratory Module Authors
Driving Module Manual
Mr. Leon G. Rozenblit Yale University leonid.rozenblit@yale.edu
Subliminal Perception Module Manual
Nicholas Epley University of Chicago nepley@gsb.uchicago.edu
Neural Network Module Manual
Mr.Elvis Au Wind-Up Records ea25@cornell.edu
Dr. Whitney Tabor (Consultant) University of Connecticut whitney.tabor@uconn.edu
Signal Detection Module Manual
Dr. Douglas R. Elrod Cornell University dre1@cornell.edu
Prism Adaptation Module Manual
Dr. Douglas R. Elrod Cornell University dre1@cornell.edu
CAVE Automatic Virtual Environment Module Manual
Dr. Douglas R. Elrod Cornell University dre1@cornell.edu

Cognitive Science in Context Program Directors
Professor Bruce P. Halpern bph1@cornell.edu
Professor Ulric Neisser un13@cornell.edu


Cornell Course Roster listing (classroom, class times), Spring 2005
[Note: The room is missing from the Course Roster listing.
The class meets in UH 205 (Room 205, Uris Hall).]



General Information for
COGST 201/PSYCH 201/VISST 201

  1. Laboratory Access
  2. Necessary Equipment to Purchase
  3. General Course Writing Requirements
  4. Grading
    Grade Weighting
    Discussion 10%
    Canned experiment reports 16%
    Phase II Projects 32%
    Prelim. exam 12%
    Advanced Project 30%

The Cognitive Studies 201 Electronic Mailing List

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