This course is an Honours Class and therefore only available for students of an honours college.
Enrolling in this course is possible until the 15th of November, using the link at ‘registration’ during this period.
The aim of this Honours Class is to provide a comprehensive view on how the brain functions. The invited faculty consists of renowned experts in the field of cognitive neurosciences. The topics that will be discussed range from the definition of cognition, through the coming into being of cognition at the beginning and its decline at the end of the life cycle. Aspects of cognition to be discussed comprise language, consciousness, sleep and dreaming, effects of stress, cognitive enhancement, cognition and economics, and brain-computer interfaces. This Honours Class is supported by the Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC) and several leaders of this institute will be involved in its programming.
What is cognition?
Prof. dr. Bas Haring
Cognition: a matter of networks
Prof. dr. Serge Rombouts
Developing cognition in puberty
Prof. dr. Eveline Crone
Language development in children
Prof. dr. Claartje Levelt
Prof. dr. Victor Lamme
The stressed brain: on resilience and vulnerability
Prof. dr. Nic van der Wee
Prof. dr. Nick Ramsey
The magic of putting theory into practice
Drs. E. Wismeijer
Wednesday 13 January, 3, 17 February, 2, 9, 16 March, 13, 20 April, 11, 25 May; 17:30 – 21:00 hrs.
Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), room H1-14/18
Maximum number of students
Enrolling in this course is possible until 15 November via this link .