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Postgraduate Cognitive Psychology in Yorkshire and Humberside

5 degrees at 3 universities in Yorkshire and Humberside.

MSC Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience

MSC Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience

Course summaryDesigned for graduates of psychology and other related disciplines (biomedical sciences, neuroscience, psychophysiology), this course introduces you to various topics in cognitive neuroscience,...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £7,420 overall cost (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £2,475 per year (UK/EU)

Modules

  • Cognitive Neuroscience Dissertation (60 Credits) - Core
  • Fundamentals In Design And Statistics (15 Credits) - Core
  • Advanced Statistics And Design (15 Credits) - Core
  • Electrophysiology (15 Credits) - Core
  • Clinical Neuro-Psychopharmacology (15 Credits) - Core
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Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience MSc

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience MSc

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience explores how the mind changes as children grow up, examining the environmental and biological influences on the developing brain. You will be provided with perspectives...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £8,580 per year (UK/EU)

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Cognitive Studies MA

Cognitive Studies MA

Course description An opportunity to explore this cutting-edge field, where philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, computer science and anthropology come together to discover how the mind works. ...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £7,500 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree

Modules

Cognitive Neuroscience MSc

Cognitive Neuroscience MSc

Cognitive neuroscience examines the biological processes that help us to understand complex mental functions such as memory, language, emotion, perception, attention and consciousness. ...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £8,580 per year (UK/EU)

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Cognitive Neuroscience and Human Neuroimaging MSc

Cognitive Neuroscience and Human Neuroimaging MSc

Course description This course is about the relationship between brain function and mechanisms that underpin behaviour. Computational neuroscience uses data to construct models of brain function. ...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £10,000 per year (UK/EU)

Modules

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