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SYMSYS 245: Cognition in Interaction Design

This seminar offers an in-depth exploration of interactive systems through the lens of human cognition. Topics covered include: reasoning and problem-solving, skill acquisition and complex learning, language, attention and perception, interaction with intelligent and adaptive systems, and design considerations for users with special needs, such as cognitive disabilities. Students will learn advanced interaction analysis methods applicable in UX analysis or cognitive research. Due to its popularity and limited enrollment, the seminar is offered in both winter and spring quarters. Admission requires permission of the instructor (via email), with preference given to advanced Symbolic Systems students. A useful (not required) prerequisite is a course in cognitive psychology or cognitive anthropology.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: Shrager, J. (PI)
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