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PSYCHOLOGICAL & BRAIN SCIENCES (L33)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)FL2024

L33 Psych 301Experimental Psychology4.0 Units
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01M-W----9:30A-11:20ASomers Family / 224 NestojkoPaper/Project/TakeHome0140
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02M-W----12:00P-1:50PSomers Family / 224 NestojkoPaper/Project/TakeHome0180
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03-T-R---11:30A-1:20PSomers Family / 220 CooperPaper/Project/TakeHome0120
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04-T-R---3:30P-5:20PSomers Family / 224 AbramsPaper/Project/TakeHome080
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05M-W----12:00P-1:50PSomers Family / 220 BergstromPaper/Project/TakeHome0182
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06-T-R---1:30P-3:20PSomers Family / 224 BergstromPaper/Project/TakeHome0180
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