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The MSc and MRes programmes in Cognitive Neuroscience are research-led, state-of-the-art degree programmes on mental processes in the human brain. The programmes brings together some of the world's leading researchers in cognitive neuroscience and cognitive neuropsychology. As a student on either of the programmes, you will learn about the relationship between the mind and the brain in patients and healthy individuals. You may receive case demonstrations of brain-damaged patients, insights into transcranial magnetic and direct current stimulation, and experience with functional neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG, and MEG).

Please note that there is only one MSc Cognitive Neuroscience programme offered at UCL. The programme is also featured on the Division of Psychology and Language Science website , however this refers to the same programme.

For specific information on the MRes programme please click on the link below:

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ prospective-students/graduate- study/degrees/pgt/TMRPSYSCOG12

If you would like further information or have any questions please contact Mr Richard Jardine, Programme Administrator cogneuro_admin [at] ucl.ac.uk

 

SEMINARS and EVENTS

Patrick Haggard will be speaking at 'HowTheLightGetsIn 2014' the world's largest philosophy and music festival, this May. Bringing together world-leading scientists, musicians, philosophers and politicians including Roger Penrose, Bernard-Henri Levy, Laurie Penny, Lawrence Krauss, Saskia Sassen, David Nutt, Margaret Boden, Molotov Jukebox, Owen Jones, and Mr. Scruff for debates, talks, and wild parties, this year's programme uncovers the new heresies that might become the truths of the future

 

Patrick Haggard will be joining prize-winning physicist George Ellis and philosopher Jennifer Hornsby to debate whether free will is an illusion. For more info head to www.howthelightgetsin.org

 

Monday 28 Apr
Rachel Mitchell

Centre for Affective Disorders, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London
Mechanisms of normal and abnormal social cognition: vocal cues to emotion


Monday 12 May
Bahador Bahrami

Crowd Cognition Research Group, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL
Title: To be announced


Monday 19 May
Speaker: To be announced





Monday 02 Jun
Jonny Smallwood

Dept of Psychology, University of York
How the mind escapes the here and now: a component process account of self-generated thought


Monday 09 Jun
Tom Manly

MRC Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge
Do you have spatial neglect when you are falling asleep? (probably)


TMS Summer School
 

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