Cognitive Processes and Brain Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
The purpose of this course is to examine critically a portion of the vast literature on cognitive neuroscience. This course explores what is going on in your brain when you see, hear, remember, imagine, talk, act, and think. A variety of experimental techniques will be discussed along with current theories about the mind and the brain such as fMRI, EEG.
PhD students will acquired the following competencies: to know and understand scientific data of cognitive processes and brain
Psychophysiology, Cognitive Psychology Cognition, Emotion, and Psychopathology
Exams (25%), Activity in classromm (75%)
Week1: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience. Overview; Techniques of neuroscience. Cognitive neuroscience methods. Week2: Introduction to Cellular Neuroanatomy. Neurons. Synapses. Week3: The anatomical and functional organization of perception and movement.
Online Course Requirement
Kustubayeva Almira Melsovna
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Almira.Kustubayeva@kaznu.kz