The Master’s program "Cognitive neuroscience" aims to prepare highly qualified specialists in the field of studying the brain and cognitive processes.
The program comprises fundamental theoretical training in the field of brain research and neurocognitive processes: neurology, neuropsychology, principles of neuroscience, neurocognitive development of children, methods of brain research and approaches to neurorehabilitation.
We invite universities students from all over the world, who are interested in Neuropsychology and modern neuroscience, to join our course at Summer International Neuropsychological School in memory of A. R. Luria. The training will take place from August 8 to 15 at the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin. The Program is free for students, but number of places is limited.
The best participants of the Program will be recommended for admission to the program Cognitive Neuroscience (UrFU) without passing additional admission tests.
Deadline: July 8, 2018
• Research Areas and Actual Problems of Modern Psychology
• System Analysis and Decision Making
• Teaching Psychology in Higher Education
• Foreign Language
• Communication Technologies in Psychology
• Theoretical and Empirical Research in Psychology
• Statistical Methods in Psychology
• Experimental Methods in Neuroscience
• Methods of Behavioral Genetic Research
• Research in Neuromarketing
• Fundamentals of Neuroscience
• Cognitive Neuroscience
• Computational Neuroscience
• Neuropsychology of Childhood
• Neuropsychological Diagnostics of Children
• Neuropsychological Correction in Childhood
• A Psychoanalytic Approach to the Assessment of Child Development
• Child Neurology
• Brain Development and Neurocognitive Functions in Childhood
• Applied Aspects of Psychophysics
• Differential Psychophysiology
• Functional Asymmetry of the Brain
• Research Work
• The State Final Certification
Final examination: Oral examination and Master’s thesis defense
• The Master’s program employs the scientific-practical database of the Laboratory of Brain and Neurocognitive Development at the Academic Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychophysiology, Department of Psychology (headed by S. Kiselyov).
• Bases for practical training of undergraduates will also be the Clinical Institute of Brain (Director Prof. A. Belkin), Regional psychiatric hospital, correctional and developmental centers of Ekaterinburg city.
• Students can participate in different research projects, including:
- European longitudinal study of infants at risk for ASD and ADHD;
- Assessments of impact of early parental-child interaction on infants’ cognitive development;
- Longitudinal study of neurocognitive development in premature infants.
Duration of study: 2 years
Direction: Psychological Sciences
Credits: 120 ECTS
Language of instruction: English
Entry requirements: 4-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
Head of the program: Dr. Sergey Kiselyov, Institute of Social and Political Sciences
Price: 2875 USD per year*
Student Recruitment and Admission Managers
+7 (343) 374-54-34