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Allegheny College

Psychology & Neuroscience


2 Credits

Live interactive classes with college professors. Interact with other bright and ambitious students. Official transcript with transferable credits upon completion.

Course Content

The study of human mental processes, including attention, perception, memory, language and problem solving. Course content includes cognitive strengths, such as creativity and expertise, and weaknesses, such as biases and mindlessness. Differences related to gender, age and culture are also considered.


Student should have completed or appeared for Class X exam.



Timelines / Duration

Sep 21 – Nov 11, 2020

Class Schedule

Summer 2022 – Jun 21 to Aug 12
Fall 2022 –  Sep to Nov 22

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Inaugural Price – USD 2,000/-

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Prof. Aimee Knupsky
Associate Professor of Psychology
Director, Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities
B.A., Muskingum College; M.S., Ph.D., University of New Mexico

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"In Undergraduate Research"
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Top 25

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University Rankings, 2019