- Understand and discuss discoveries within the fields of cognitive psychology and neuroscience.
- Gauge the theoretical backgrounds of cognitive psychology and neuroscience and their relationship and relevance to other fields (e.g. biology, medicine) or subfields (e.g. clinical psychology).
- Understand and describe state-of-the-art research methods and experimental designs within the field of cognitive psychology and neuroscience.
- Design, plan, and manage different types of research projects to test particular research questions.
- Gain hands-on experience in psychophysiological recordings using state-of-the art neuroscience methods such as functional or structural magnetic resonance imaging, electroencephalography, or eye tracking.
- Analyze quantitative data according to a variety of statistical and computational methods.
- Communicate knowledge to other experts as well as the public.
- Be critical to the knowledge and practice in the field of psychology and science.
- Reflect on the ethical implications of research and experiments (with both humans and animals).
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