PS 327 - Computational Methods in Psychology and Neuroscience
An exploration of general purpose scientific computing software and languages such as MATLAB, Mathematica, R, and Python, and their use in psychology and neuroscience. Students will learn foundational programming and begin to design and implement a simple software project.
Prerequisites: PS 101 or NS 101 ; and PS 202 .
Note(s): Three hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. Meets the Experimental Methods II requirement and counts as a writing intensive course in the major.
(Fulfills QR2 and natural science requirements.)
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