The course gives an introduction to human cognition for those interested in how we perceive and interpret our the world around us, how our attention and our memory works, how we make decisions and solve problems, and the role language has for our though processes. In addition to lectures and seminars, lab experiments offer hands-on experience of some of the central phenomena.
Brief contents: perception, attention, memory, language, decision making and problem solving
The information below is only for exchange students
17 January 2022
23 March 2022
Type of studies
Mathematics 2a/2b/2c, Civics 1b/1a1+1a2, or Mathematics B, Civics A
Students applying for courses within a double degree exchange agreement, within the departments own agreements will be given first priority. Then will - in turn - candidates within the departments own agreements, faculty agreements, central exchange agreements and other departmental agreements be selected.
This application round is only intended for nominated exchange students. Information about deadlines can be found in the e-mail instruction that nominated students receive.
The application period is closed.