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Course Overview

Theories and research findings in human and animal perception with emphasis on the visual system. Course topics include: neuroanatomy and physiology of the visual system, psychophysics, color vision, space perception, form perception, information processing, and the psychopathology of perception.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisite: Enrollment in a graduate programs in clinical psychology or school psychology or permission of the instructor.

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