PSY 324 Sensation and Perception
Sensation and Perception is a unique course that probes how our brains extract sensory information from our environment and process that information into a coherent experience. This course uses a combination of traditional exams and lab activities that require critical thinking and group work.
Typically offered in the Spring Semester.
Sample Syllabus (acatual syllabus may vary): https://mupages.marshall.edu/sites/daybrown/psy-324-syllabus/