Metin Özyagcilar: "Trait extraversion and trait empathy as personality correlates of Late-Positive-Potential: An EEG study utilizing dynamic facial stimuli", Supervisors: Dr. Katharina Paul [...]
Welcome to the website of the Research Master's programme Neurocognitive Psychology!
We offer a comprehensive two-year programme in cognitive psychology and neuroscience with lots of hands-on laboratory experience. Therefore, our progamme cannot be studied online.
- information package Neurocognitive Psychology 21/22 (updated with study plan for the winter term)information package new students 21/22
most teaching in the winter term 2021/22 is planned as in-presence teaching at the university! The final plan will be published on September 15 in StudIP. Hands-on classes and lab work can also be done in presence.
All students should plan to be in Oldenburg at the start of the lecture period in October.
Students that cannot travel to Germany due to visa/travel restrictions can participate in most lectures online. Please note that the choice of modules you can take when not being in Oldenburg is limited!
Please note that, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, you have to hand in a risk assessment form before starting your internship, external Practical Project or external Master's thesis. You can find this form in English or German in the list of supporting documents!
Anna Engels: „Train the Brain with Music: Changes in Resting-State Functional Connectivity Induced by Musical Training in Healthy Elderly People“, supervisors: Christopher Sinke (MHH) and Andrea [...]
Please register for each event via this website! Registration will be open October 1-13. 14.10., 10.15 - 11.45 h, A14 Hörsaal 2 (Haarentor Campus): Introduction to the programme (followed by informal [...]
Introduction to the programme Neurocognitive Psychology for first-semester students. Prof. Andrea Hildebrandt and Dr. Kerstin Bleichner will introduce the department and the study programme and [...]
Dr. Tina Schmitt and Dr. Andreas Spiegler will present the Neuroimaging unit with MRI and MEG machines.
The students will introduce you to the programme and give you information/tips directly from student to student. Do not miss this chance!
Students will present their research results from the Practical Projects in a poster presentation. Allstudents and teachers is very welcome to attend and learn about our students' research!
Dr. Anna-Maria Hartmann Structure-Function relationship of the potassium chloride cotransporter KCC2 Neurogenetik, Department für Neurowissenschaften, Universität Oldenburg [...]
PD Dr. Peter Sörös The aging brain: a developmental and evolutionary perspective Universitätsklinik für Neurologie, Evangelisches Krankenhaus Oldenburg https://meeting.uol.de/b/bee-guv-ou3-quk