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This research-driven programme explores cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and neuro-modelling. Taught in close cooperation with the École Normale Supérieure and Aarhus University, the programme combines lectures with practical training at prominent laboratories in Moscow and at international partner institutions. Graduates work in international research laboratories and centers, at private companies focusing on user interface optimization and evaluation projects, as well as at universities and schools. They are also involved with projects on brain-computer interface development and clinical application, including pre-surgery brain mapping, neuromarketing, and usability research.

2 years
Full-time Programme
320 000 RUB/year
Tuition Fee in 2018
Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available
ENG
Instruction in English
Anna Shestakova, Director of the Centre for Cognition & Decision Making, Head of the Academic Council of the Master’s Programme 'Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition'

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Illustration for news: Course work defense of the program “Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition” took place on 7th of June

Course work defense of the program “Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition” took place on 7th of June

The defense had a format of a poster session. The students showed excellent results!

Illustration for news: Master's theses defence was successful!

Master's theses defence was successful!

Master's theses defence took place yesterday (5th of June). The students showed an excellent level of the two-year work and high motivation for scientific study.

A video interview of a second-year student of the master's program "Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition" Asya Kazantseva.

A famous scientific journalist, as well as a second-year student of the master's program "Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition" Asya Kazantseva talks about the time that she spent at the program and the results that she achieved.

We are glad to present the short video about the program “Cognitive science and technologies: from neuron to cognition”

Neuropsylab NUG seminars on: " Evaluating task demand "

Place: Armyanskiy per. 4, c2, Moscow, 101000, room 414 Date and time: April 09, 2018 at 14.00.     Speaker: Head of NUG project “Brain responses to mathematical operations of increasing complexity”; Marie Arsalidou, Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychology

The interview with Seungah Lee from South Korea , the 1-st year student of “Cognitive science and technologies”

fMRI meta-analyses II of II Speaker: Head of NUG project “Brain responses to mathematical operations of increasing complexity”; Marie Arsalidou, Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychology

Illustration for news: New Year comes to us!!!

New Year comes to us!!!

Parsing incremental linguistic input Instructor: Nina Kazanina (University of Bristol, UK)

Lecture 1: Decoding speech (and other acoustic) input
Lecture 2: Accessing the lexicon
Lecture 3: Building a hierarchical structure
Lecture 4: Establishing long-distance relations
Lecture 5: Predicting what’s ahead
When: December 6, 8, 11,13,15 from 13.40 to 16.30
Where: Armyansky pereulok, 4,2

The second wave of 'Teaching Quality Assessment' has been started on November, 30th

Till December 21, 2016 HSE students will have an opportunity to rate the quality of their teachers’ work. Teaching Quality Assessment (TQA) is one of the measures that allows students to express their opinion on the organization of the teaching process and suggest ways of improving or changing it. All students of HSE who have exams in subjects that imply contact hours in the second module, are involved in the Teaching Quality Assessment. The assessment form is available in a student’s personal LMS account till 23:59, December 21.