Lewis O. Harvey, Jr.

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The Psychology of Perception Psyc 4165-100, Summer 2001

Monday through Friday, 9:15–10:50 Muenzinger D-156

Revised on Monday, February 23, 2009 22:23 MountainTime


The syllabus and some other files below are in Adobe Acrobat 5 Portable Document Format (pdf). Double-click on each active link to read the file. Your browser will need the Acrobat plug-in which you can download for free from Adobe. It is part of Acrobat 5.0 Reader. Some of the links are to PowerPoint presentations that I have used in class.

Teaching Assistants:

Megan L. Lineberger (Social Psychology Graduate Students)
Anita R. Bowles

Megan & Anita

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Syllabus

Signal Detection Theory (pdf)

Homework 1
Homework 2
Homework 3
Homework 4

Laboratory 1
Laboratory 2
Laboratory 3
Laboratory 4

Study Guide 1
Study Guide 2


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