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 experience.
Dear (prospective) students,
due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the winter term will take place as a hybrid semester. Lectures and most seminars will be given as live online sessions, while interactive seminars (some Matlab and statistics classes, classes with clinical contents, Neuromodulation of Cognition, Applied Cognitive Psychology), tutoring sessions (Matlab and statistics) and practical modules (EEG lab, practical projects and Master's theses) are planned in presence at the university.
This course setup requires students to be in Oldenburg in the beginning of the winter term (classes start 19 October, the orientation week will take place the week before) to start or continue their studies without delay.
Please be aware that depending on the situation in your home country at the time of travelling, you might have to go into quarantine when entering Germany.
For questions, please contact the programme coordinator or the international office.
16:00 - 18:00
Dr. Marta Owczarek-Lipska
Rare sequence variants identified in a promising candidate gene encoding for a novel GABAA receptor subunit in patients with a wide spectrum of epileptic phenotypes
14:30 - 15:30
Neuropsychological Treatment of Memory in Patients with MCI and early Alzheimer’s Disease
Supervisor Prof. Helmut Hildebrandt
If you want to participate please contact Prof.…
10:30 - 12:00
General introduction with Q&A part
Link to the session https://meeting.uol.de/b/ker-wfr-zdc
11:00 - 12:00
Get to know other students and your teaching staff on the lawn next to A7 (Psychology building).
Hybrid semester (lectures online, lab work and some seminars in presence)
16:00 - 18:00
Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
Towards an fNIRS-based Neurofeedback for Treatment of Parkinson's Disease