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Lecture: 6.02.141_2 Auditory perception and cognition - Details
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Course name Lecture: 6.02.141_2 Auditory perception and cognition
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Course number 6.02.141_2
Semester Sommersemester 2022
Current number of participants 5
maximum number of participants 20
Home institute Department of Psychology
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
Next date Mon., 04.07.2022 16:15 - 17:45, Room: A07 0-031
Type/Form
Lehrsprache englisch
ECTS points 3

Course location / Course dates

A07 0-031 Mon.. 16:15 - 17:45 (12x)

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Each meeting will combine a 60-minutes lecture with a 30-minute journal club on a recent auditory neuroscience paper.

The lecture will give an overview of different topics in auditory perception and cognition, including the functional and structural organization of the human auditory system, perception and neural processing of different sound qualities (pitch, timbre, loudness, direction), auditory scene analysis, auditory attention, speech processing, and plasticity of the auditory system. Besides, you will learn about common methods in auditory psychophysics and auditory cognitive neuroscience.

In the journal club, we will discuss a recent and notable paper in the field of auditory cognitive neuroscience, thus highlighting the current state of research in the field. Each journal club will be led by a student presenter, who will provide a short summary of the research and will serve as an “expert” in the following discussion. However, I expect that all students have read the paper beforehand and bring their questions to ensure a vivid discussion.

Admission settings

The course is part of admission "psy130,141,181,201 SS22".
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    Subject is Neurocognitive Psychology