PSY474H1: Computation in Psychology

Hours

36L

This lecture course surveys computational perspectives on the mind and brain and introduces computational tools for connecting psychological and neural data to theory. Topics may include neural networks, probabilistic models, pattern recognition, and other techniques applicable to psychological research and general analysis. Basic familiarity with programming is recommended but not required.

Prerequisite
PSY202H1/ECO220Y1/SOC252H1/STA221H1/PSY202H5/STA221H5/PSYC08H3/STAB27H3/STAC32H3
Distribution Requirements
Science
Breadth Requirements
The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)