Course ObjectiveTo learn how to interpret and analyze theories and findings on attention
and eye-movements. Learn how to set up experiments. Learn how to
present and to write an essay.
Course ContentThe format of the seminar will be a discussion of one or two target
articles, and student presentations, each week. Target articles for each
week will be "classic" articles representing early and/or important
studies on a specific topic or recent new papers in attention and eye
movements. For the presentations, each student has to present the main
findings of the target article for that week. Students have to prepare a
15 minute oral presentation in Microsoft Powerpoint. The rest of the
class will be spent discussing the target articles. The presentation
will determine 30% of the course grade for each student. The target
papers will be available via Canvas. Each student will also submit a
review paper on one of the topics covered in class. The paper will be
worth 50%. At the start of each class there will be a short quiz on the
papers that will be discussed during class (20 % of the grade).
Teaching MethodsLectures, discussions and presentations
Method of AssessmentStudent presentation (30%), paper (50%) and quizzes (20%).
Students are allowed to miss only one class.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||prof. dr. J.L. Theeuwes|
|Examiner||prof. dr. J.L. Theeuwes|
prof. dr. J.L. Theeuwes
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