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Spatial Cognition & Navigation - is about understanding how people process information in order to navigate their surroundings. Researchers in this area focus on recognition of objects and scenes, navigation, geographical reasoning, and the development of way finding skills.
Memory & Language - seeks to understand how people remember life events and places. Language, as used in literary discourse and colloquially, is examined in relation to memory and learning.
Spatial Decision-Support Systems - this area of applied cognition develops tools and systems which will aid in search and rescue operations and assist travelers in new environments. Cognition 4Concepts & Categorization - concepts embody much of what we know about the world and allow us to understand and respond to situations and objects. Research on concepts and categorization examines how concepts are learned, represented, and used.
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2. IELTS / TOEFL
3. Three letters of recommendation
5. Prepare a statement of research interests.
6. Prepare a C.V.
Four-year undergraduate degree or graduate degree Close match of research interests with one or more faculty members Grade point average of 3.0 or better in last two years or equivalent of study Incoming graduate students are expected to have a broad background in psychology: an undergraduate degree in psychology or an extensive sampling of psychology courses. In rare cases, students may be admitted for a qualifying year to obtain a stronger background in psychology before beginning graduate work.
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