Learning, and remembering what has been learned, are fundamental processes. This course is a survey of theories, principles, laws, and conclusions from a century of scientific study of these psychological phenomena. This course emphasizes what is known about learning and memory, as well as the issue of how this knowledge can be effectively applied to address human concerns. Basic research will be discussed, so that students can understand the methods used to determine principles of learning and memory. Students will then demonstrate application of these principles to real-world problems which they have helped define.