Course ObjectiveTo provide students with necessary practical skills to design, carry out
and present an individual research project in cognitive neuropsychology,
clinical neuropsychology or cognitive neuroscience.
Course ContentEach student is allocated to an individual research project, proposed
and supervised by a member of the department of Clinical Neuropsychology
or Cognitive Psychology. Alongside this project there are twelve
meetings to familiarize students with a variety of practical issues
related to research in cognitive neuropsychology, such as ethics,
writing, presenting, the factorial design, and neuropsychological
assessment. During the course, students complete class
assignments, hand in two writing samples (a literature overview and a
brief research report) and deliver two oral presentations (a 5-minutes
research proposal and a 10-minutes presentation of completed research in
a final symposium).
Teaching MethodsLectures and individual supervision during the research internship.
Method of AssessmentThe final assessment is based on constituent grades for the class
assignments, the research internship, the writing samples, and the oral
presentations. The weighting of the constituent grades will published at
the start of the course.
LiteratureLiterature is directly related to the student’s research project. The
supervisor will provide a few articles at the beginning of the project;
students will search for relevant literature later on. Students can
complete class assignments on the basis of the slides presented during
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. S.A. Los|
|Examiner||dr. S.A. Los|
dr. S.A. Los
dr. M.V. Milders
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