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Teaching and research supervision

Teaching

I am the Course Tutor for the following modules:

BSc Psychology: Memory and Cognition

  • Module code: PSYC036H6
  • This module introduces the student to basic knowledge on human memory and its relation to cognitive abilities, such as problem solving, reasoning and decision making.

„BSc Psychology: Theoretical Debates about Human Memory

  • Module code: SCPS151H6
  • This module aims to deepen the student’s knowledge on methods and tools in memory research and teach the student about six contemporary debates in the human memory literature.

MSc Cognition and Computation: Computational Models of Mind „

  • Module code: PSYC107H7
  • This module introduces the student to a wide range of approaches to computational modelling and includes a detailed look at model comparison/evaluation techniques.

MSc Cognition and Computation: Case Studies in Computational Modelling „

  • Module code: PSYC111H7
  • This module presents the student with examples of deploying computational methods in the service of understanding cognitive faculties. The module continues with model comparison/evaluation techniques.

MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology and Neuroscience: Cognitive, Affective and Social Neuroscience

  • Module code: PSYC004H7
  • This module introduces the student to neuroscientific research in the are of cognition, emotion and social neuroscience.
  • I give several lectures in the above modules and also contribute lectures in the following modules:
    • BSc Psychology: History and Philosophy of Psychology
    • MSc Psychological Research Methods: Contemporary Research Methods II
    • MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology and Neuroscience: Neuroimaging methods
  • Lecture handouts, reading lists and details of assessment are available on the Moodle learning environment.

Research supervision

  • Memory phenomena that involve the control over memory, the use of memory and the loss of memory.
  • Cognitive processes that require the use of stored information or the active acquisition of new information.
  • There are several opportunities available for undergraduate students who would like to help out with ongoing research projects. For informal enquiries email me: e.davelaar@bbk.ac.uk

Dr Eddy J Davelaar

Undergraduate students wanted for research projects:

There are several opportunities available for undergraduate students who would like to help out with ongoing research projects. For informal enquiries email me.