M.Sc. Cognitive Neuroscience

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Research Workshop

Learning objectives: 

The students master the subject-specific research methodology and know international research findings. They are able to actively and independently plan and conduct their own research projects. The students are able to interpret results based on theory and hypotheses, to critically classify them against the background of the international research basis, and to present them in oral and written form.


With a background in current neurocognitive theories and hypotheses, students will develop their own research questions in the social, cognitive and affective neurosciences and present them orally and in writing. They will also practice and critically reflect on the methodological and interpretative principles necessary for their empirical verification.