Courses for 2012/2013
|Academic Writing for Cognitive Science|
Mandatory for 1st yr PhD Students of the Department of Cognitive Science, Elective for 2nd yr PhD Students of the Department of Cognitive Science Venue: Frankel Leo street 30-34., room 206. Time: On ...
|Approaches to Cognitive Modelling|
Approaches to cognitive modeling This course gives a comprehensive overview of the fundamental concepts and tools of modern approaches to cognitive phenomena in animals and humans. The course will also ...
Venue: Frankel Leo street 30-34, Room 103. (Please note that on Jan 10 there is no class due to the BCCCD13 conference, and on Jan 24 the class is going to be in room 103.) Time: On Thursdays between ...
Introduction to language and cognition: the main questions. This lecture focuses on the cognitive underpinnings of language. The questions include: why does understanding the way language works matter for Cognitive Science? Are there ...
This course covers recent cognitive science research on the role of the body in shaping human and animal cognition. Research in this field claims to provide a new look on human experiences, the architecture ...
|Experimental Research Methods|
Short course description: Experimental Research Methods Core Course This course will cover the basic topics of Experimental Statistics and Research Methods for Behavioral Sciences. It will comprise the subjects of scales, descriptive ...
This course introduces students to the ongoing research at the Cognitive Development Center. It provides an overview of contemporary theories and research techniques of cognitive development of human infants below 2 years of age, focusing on ...
|Introduction to Cognitive Science|
Course description: This course will give a broad overview of the fundamental assumptions driving Cognitive Science, the interdisciplinary study of the mind. We will start with an overview of the disciplines involved. Then we will proceed to ...
|Issues in the study of inference, reasoning and rationality|
Venue: Frankel Leo street 30-34., room 303. Time: On Wednesdays between 11:00-12:40 Issues in the study of inference, reasoning and rationality (Instructor: Dan Sperber) In a series of ...
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will cover recent theories and empirical research addressing the human ability to perform actions together. We will review theories highlighting the role of thinking and planning ahead as well as theories ...
|Mindreading and Joint Action: Philosophical Tools|
Short Course Description for Mindreading & Joint Action: Philosophical Tools ----------------------------------- This course will introduce a variety of new and established philosophical ideas that might usefully inform experimental ...
|Reasoning about instrumental and communicative agency in human infancy|
Venue: Frankel Leo street 30-34., room 303. Time: On Thursdays between 9:00-10:40 No class on 10th January becasue of the BCCCD13 conference!!!! The origins ofUnderstanding Instrumental and ...
|Social and cognitive sciences approaches to religion|
Venue: Frankel Leo street 30-34., room 303. Time: On Wednesdays between 9:00-10:40. Social and cognitive sciences approaches to religion (Instructors: Vlad Naumescu and Dan Sperber) ...
What are the psychological bases of the rich social interactions and cultural life that characterise human societies? This course will review some of the answers provided by recent studies in cognitive ...
|Social Cognitive Neuroscience|
Social Cognitive Neuroscience Elective Gergely Csibra & Natalie Sebanz Mondays 11am – 12.40pm Course description: In this course we will introduce and discuss key questions in the field of social cognitive ...
|The shared intentionality model of human social cognition|
The shared-intentionality model of human social cognition I believe that this model is enormously influential in various empirical approaches to human social cognition. It derives much of its appeal from ...
|Visual Perception and Learning in the Brain|
Visual Perception and Learning in the Brain This course will be built around the contemporary research of vision. First, it will cover the classical approaches of low and high-level vision, visual learning, the neural implementation of ...
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