The psychology classes most closely allied with the Hub are:
- Cognitive Psychology (PSYC20007)
- Perception, Memory and Cognition (PSYC30017)
- Research Methods for Human Inquiry (PSYC30013)
- Models of Psychological Processes (PSYC40012)
We recommend that Psychology majors with Hub-related interests take this entire sequence.
Students from other related areas (e.g. neuroscience, computer science, mathematics, statistics, and linguistics) are also welcome to take these classes. We especially recommend:
Other classes on campus that connect with our research include:
- Critical Thinking With Data (UNIB10006)
- Logic: Language and Information (UNIB10002)
- AI, Ethics and the Law (LAWS10009)
- Real and Artificial Neural Networks (NEUR30006)
- Machine Learning (COMP30027)
- Artificial Intelligence (COMP30024)
- Behavioural Economics (ECON30019)
Learning through research
Another way to learn more about computational behavioral science is to get involved with our research. Hub members can supervise:
- Science Research Project (SCIE30001)
You can also fill out the link here if you'd like to get involved in a research project.
The CHDH organizes a summer school that teaches some of the skills required to develop computational analyses of human behavior. The next installment is planned for December 2021, and materials from previous years are available here.