Course directory SS 22

Bridging Courses
540001 SE 
en PhD Seminar in Cognition and Communication

Cognitive Humanities
430008 SE en ON-SITE Seminar for Doctoral Candidates - Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Mind, and Knowledge Technologies
160165 PS en ON-SITE Introductory Seminar on Typology and Comparative Theory of Grammar

Behavioral & Cognitive Biology
300052 SE en MIXED Seminar for Masters and PhD-students in Biology of Cognition
300132 SE 
en ON-SITE Basics and current progress in theory of evolution
300203 SE 
en ON-SITE Seminar for Masters and doctoral-students in Behavioural Biology
300339 SE 
en ON-SITE Molecular Evolution and Development - Seminar for Master- and PhD Students
301736 SE 
en ON-SITE Seminar in Developmental Biology

Neurobiology
300093 SE 
ON-SITE Seminar for Masters and PhD-students in Neurobiology
300152 SE 
en ON-SITE Modern approaches in the analysis of neuronal circuits and behavior

Psychological Sciences
540006 SE 
de en MIXED Seminar for Doctoral Students
540007 SE 
de en MIXED Seminar for Doctoral Students
540012 SE 
de en Seminar for Doctoral Students
540013 SE 
de en ON-SITE Seminar for Doctoral Students
540014 SE 
de en Seminar for Doctoral Students
540015 SE 
de en Seminar for Doctoral Students
540016 SE 
de en MIXED Seminar for Doctoral Students
540017 SE 
de en Seminar for Doctoral Students

Methods
540008 SE 
de en Research Seminar - Multivariate and Complex Data Analysis for Psychological Science
540009 SE 
de en Research Seminar - Scientific Writing
540010 SE 
en REMOTE Research Seminar - Identifying, writing and getting research grants and scholarships
540011 SE 
de en Research Seminar - Third Mission

Course directory WS 2021/22 - selected courses

Bridging Courses

540003 SE en MIXED Introduction to CoBeNe

 

Cognitive Humanities

160151 PS en ON-SITE Current trends in language teaching and learning 

540005 SE en REMOTE Research Seminar - Neuroscience of Language

 

Behavioral & Cognitive Biology

540001 SE en PhD Seminar in Cognition and Communication

540002 SE en Advanced Topics in Cognition of Communication

300052 SE en Seminar for Masters, Diploma and PhD-students in Biology of Cognition

300300 SE en REMOTE Seminar for Masters and PhD-students in Animal Behaviour
300334 SE ON-SITE 
Seminar for Master and PhD Students Human Behavioural Biology 

 

Neurobiology

300065 SE MIXED Seminar for Masters and PhD-students in Neurobiology

300276 UE en ON-SITE Neurophysiology and behavior of C. elegans

300339 SE en MIXED Molecular Evolution and Development - Seminar for Master- and PhD Students
300392 SE en MIXED 
Modern approaches in the analysis of neuronal circuits and behavior

301095 SE en Light, hormones and rhythms in plants and animals
301138 SE en ON-SITE 
Behavior, Rhythms and Neurological Diseases

 

Psychological Sciences

540006 SE de en Seminar for Doctoral Students

540007 SE de en MIXED Seminar for Doctoral Students

540010 SE de en REMOTE Seminar for Doctoral Students

540011 SE de en Seminar for Doctoral Students

540012 SE de en Seminar for Doctoral Students

540013 SE de en REMOTE Seminar for Doctoral Students

540014 SE de en Seminar for Doctoral Students

  

Methods

540004 SE de en Research Seminar - Latent Variable Modeling

540008 SE de en Research Seminar - Doing Open Science
540009 SE de en 
Research Seminar - Scientific Writing

540003 SE - Introduction to CoBeNe

 

The goal of this seminar is to provide PhD candidates an overview of the research disciplines, concepts, and methods offered within the VDS Cognition, Behavior and Neuroscience (CoBeNe). Faculty members from the four core disciplines Psychological Science, Behavioral & Cognitive Biology, Neurosciences, and Cognitive Humanities will introduce their fields, summarize the main topics and approaches, and explain state-of-the art research with informative examples, highlighting conceptual and/or methodological cross-connections between disciplines.

The learning outcome shall be i) knowledge about the CoBeNe disciplines at University Vienna and ii) awareness of the current research foci and methods used. Interdisciplinary thinking will be fostered by raising awareness for similarities and differences in the conceptual and methodological approaches within and between disciplines.