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== Recommended literature ==
 
== Recommended literature ==
  
Cognitive psychology (Sternberg).
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* Cognitive psychology (Sternberg)
Methodology in Experimental Psychology (Pashler & Wixted),
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* Methodology in Experimental Psychology (Pashler & Wixted)
Journals (e.g., Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Cognition, Cognitive Neuroscience)
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* Memory (Baddeley, Eysenck & Anderson|
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* Journals (e.g., Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Cognition, Cognitive Neuroscience)
  
 
== Course requirements ==
 
== Course requirements ==
  
 
Students are required to pass midterm and final test. Two seminar works will be assigned to each student: (i) a larger seminar project (empirical part) and (ii) a smaller seminar reading (theoretical part). Attendance and active participation in lectures and seminars may influence the final grade (+/- 10% or more).
 
Students are required to pass midterm and final test. Two seminar works will be assigned to each student: (i) a larger seminar project (empirical part) and (ii) a smaller seminar reading (theoretical part). Attendance and active participation in lectures and seminars may influence the final grade (+/- 10% or more).

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Kognitívna psychológia 2-IKV-113

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Názov a kód predmetu: Kognitívna psychológia (2-IKV-113)
Prerekvizity: žiadne
Vyučuje sa/odporúčaný ročník: Letný semester / 1
Forma a # hodín/týždeň: P - prednáška (2), S - seminar (2)
Kredity: 5
Hodnotenie (semester/skúška): 50/50
Webstránka predmetu: Course:Cognitive_Psychology/en
Informačný list: Informačný list 2-IKV-113 (fakultná služba)
Vyučujúci: Mgr. Martin Marko, PhD.
E-mail: martin.marko@savba.sk

Popis predmetu:

Prezentovať súčasné teórie, metódy a výsledky skúmania jednotlivých zložiek kognitívnej architektúry mysle s dôrazom na praktické aplikácie týchto poznatkov.

Je časťou študijného programu: Povinný v Magisterskom programe Kognitívna veda

Odporúčania: žiadne

About the course

In this course, students of cognitive science will be introduced to field of cognitive psychology, including topics pertaining to perception, attention, memory and other higher-order cognitive processes. Neurobiological underpinnings of such cognitive phenomena and processes will be provided to facilitate the interdisciplinary understanding of human cognition.

Keywords

  • Perception
  • Attention
  • Short-term memory
  • Working memory
  • Long-term memory
  • Mental representations
  • Executive functions
  • Language
  • Decision making
  • Cognition & emotion.

Recommended literature

  • Cognitive psychology (Sternberg)
  • Methodology in Experimental Psychology (Pashler & Wixted)
  • Memory (Baddeley, Eysenck & Anderson|
  • Journals (e.g., Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Cognition, Cognitive Neuroscience)

Course requirements

Students are required to pass midterm and final test. Two seminar works will be assigned to each student: (i) a larger seminar project (empirical part) and (ii) a smaller seminar reading (theoretical part). Attendance and active participation in lectures and seminars may influence the final grade (+/- 10% or more).