Ural Institute of Humanities
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Programs Open for Enrollment
Cognitive neuroscience is the combined study of the mind and the brain. Cognitive neuroscience explores how the neurological organization of the brain influences the way people think, feel, and act.
Our Master’s program employs the scientific-practical database Laboratory for Brain and Neurocognitive Development with the most modern equipment: 128-channels Geodesic EEG System 300 with Geodesic Photogrammetry System (GPS) 3.0, SMI RED 500 Eye-tracker, Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development - 3rd Edition (BSID III). Laboratory was established in 2014.
We maintain close collaboration with
the Center for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck, University of London
the Laboratory for early Development (University of Uppsala, Sweden)
the International Laboratory for Cognitive Investigations and Behavioral Genetics (Tomsk, Russia)
the International Centre for Research in Human Development (Moscow, Russia)
Students can participate in researches in the framework of international longitudinal project and state grants (RNF, RFFR): longitudinal study of infants at risk for ASD and ADHD, Sergey Kiselyov. Assessments of Impact of early parental-child interaction on preterm infants’ cognitive development, Tokarskaiy)
Successful mastering of this program will allow graduates to work at research centers (as researchers), and at neurorehabilitation and correctional-educational centers – as practitioners.
Curriculum: Research Areas and Actual Problems of Modern Psychology, System Analysis and Decision Making, Teaching Psychology in Higher Education, Theoretical and Empirical Research in Psychology , Statistical Methods in Psychology, Experimental Methods in Neuroscience , Neurology, Neuropsychology of Childhood, Neuropsychological Correction in Childhood, Neurorehabilitation