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psy201 - Neuropsychology (Veranstaltungsübersicht)
Department für Psychologie 6 KP
Modulteile Semesterveranstaltungen Sommersemester 2022 Prüfungsleistung
  • Eingeschränkter Zugang 6.02.201_2 - Cognitive Neurorehabilitation Lehrende anzeigen
    • Martin Georg Bleichner
    • Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
    • Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener

    Dienstag: 10:15 - 11:45, wöchentlich (ab 19.04.2022)

    The seminar is designed for a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25 students. It will not take place if fewer than 10 students sign up. This seminar will provide an introduction to a selection of behavioural and neuropsychological approaches to cognitive neurorehabilitation. Topics will include neurofeedback in neurorehabilitation, ADHD, memory rehabilitation, effects of physical activity on cognition, motor recovery and aphasia. The seminar will be based on a mixture of book chapters and original articles. The seminar is designed as an interactive seminar to promote active participation; active elements include demonstrations, discussions and self-study. As part of the seminar you will write and present a short (1 page) account of a cognitive neurorehabilitation research topic targeted at a general audience (“lay summary”).

Hinweise zum Modul
Enrolment in Master's programme Neurocognitive Psychology.
Part 1 (lecture) is mandatory. Choose either part 2 or part 3 (seminars).
Note: The lecture of part 3 is given in German with accompanying English materials. Students who cannot follow a lecture in German are given priority in part 2.
Kapazität/Teilnehmerzahl 30 (
Part 3 is not restricted.
exam period at the end of winter term
Prüfungsleistung Modul
The module will be tested with a written exam of 2 h duration.

Required active participation for gaining credits:
presentation participation in discussions on other presentations
attendance of at least 70% in the seminars (use attendance sheet that will be handed out in the beginning of the term).
Goals of module:
Students will learn to understand changes in thinking and behaviour that may arise from brain
dysfunctions (part 1, 3), acquire specific knowledge on cognitive rehabilitation (part 2), and learn
to understand, communicate and evaluate progress in clinical practice and experimental
research in neuropsychology (part 3).

++ neuropsychological / neurophysiological knowledge
+ interdisciplinary kowledge & thinking
++ experimental methods
+ data presentation & discussion
++ scientific literature
+ critical & analytical thinking
+ scientific communication skills