CGSC 6003 [0.5 credit] Methodology Rotation II
Students spend one term in a laboratory or other research venue using a different method for studying cognition (behavioural, linguistic-theoretic, computational, conceptual, neuroscientific). Assignments will be as specified by each rotation supervisor.
Students are expected to present their research at the Cognitive Science Student Spring Conference during the first three years of their program. Course selection is with the approval of the Thesis Supervisor and the Graduate Supervisor of Cognitive Science. Any student planning a dissertation with an applied cognitive emphasis is required to work for at least one term at a facility approved by the student's research supervisor and the Director of the Cognitive Science Program. Such a facility may include any institution, governmental laboratory, corporation, hospital or educational centre conducting research in the area of the student's specialization. Students should complete this work while registered in either option: