NEU/PSYC231. Data analysis in Python: This course covers a variety of data analysis methods implemented in Python, including model fitting, timeseries analysis and machine learning algorithms. Some programming experience in any language is helpful but not required.
PSYC102. Sensory Neuroscience: Core upper division undergrad class for Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience majors. Covers intro-level analysis of sensation and perception in the domains of vision, audition, smell, taste, and touch. A strong emphasis is placed on recent single/multi-unit recording, lesion, and fMRI studies that examine the neural mechanisms that support perception.
Computational Social Sciences 1. Intro to the Python programming language and basics of NumPy, Pandas, and Matplotlib. First course in the CSS minor. Also satisfies GE/College requirements for many people.
Psych 199's and other volunteer research opportunities
If you are interested in volunteering in the lab or enrolling as a 199 student for course credit starting summer, please fill out our RA application or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be contacted about available positions if there are openings!