Cognitive Neuroscience Concentration

Introduction |

Concentration Advisor: Prof. William Heindel

Department Undergraduate Group (DUG) Leaders - CogSci/CogNeuro Combined:
Angelica Johnsen
Sholei Croom
Yuna Hur

A Concentration Worksheet is available as a downloadable Word document.

Introduction

Cognitive neuroscience is the study of higher cognitive functions in humans and its underlying neural bases. By definition, it is an integrative area of study drawing principally from cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, and linguistics. There are two broad directions which can be taken in this concentration—one is behavioral/experimental and the other is computational/modeling. In either case, the goal is to understand the nature of cognition from a neural perspective.

AP and Transfer Credits: Please refer to our departmental policy on applying AP and transfer credits.

Please refer to the University Bulletin for up to date program requirements.