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Key Skills Module: Generic Research Skills - Statistics
Key Skills Module: Theories and Paradigms in Cognitive Neuroscience
Structure and Function of the Brain
Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience I: Lesion Approaches
Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience II: Neuroimaging
Current Issues in Cognitive Neuroscience I: Fundamental Processes
Current issues in Cognitive Neuroscience II: Elaborative and Adaptive Processes
Current issues in Cognitive Neuroscience III: Translational Research
Designing and Analysing fMRI Experiements
All students undertake an empirical research project in the area of cognitive neuroscience, which culminates in a dissertation of 15,000-17,000 words.
Teaching and Learning
The programme is delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials, problem classes, laboratory classes and student presentations. Depending on the chosen taught modules, it includes case demonstrations of neuropsychological patients, hands-on experience with the analysis of neuroimaging data, critical analyses of published scientific papers, and discussion seminars. Assessment is through exams, essays, practical exercises, reports and the research dissertation.
Further details available are available on the ICN website:
The programme is taught by experts in cognitive neuroscience and cognitive neuropsychology from centres such as the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Birkbeck-UCL Centre for Neuroimaging, Wellcome Trust Centre for Imaging Neuroscience, Institute of Neurology, Institute of Child Health, and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
We regret that, at present, no specific financial support for this programme is available. Information on UCL Scholarships can be found here.
Full details regarding the entry requirements can be found on the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience website.
Deadline for Applications
Full details of the application process can be found on the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience website.
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