This module covers brain imaging methods such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetoencephalography (MEG), electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). An additional focus is on the strengths and limitations of these methods in health and disease.
This module covers principles of experimental design; the topics include lectures on how to design, conduct and analyse neuroimaging experiments in various research areas.
Problem-based learning to support lectures on neuroimaging topics. Topics covered include an introduction to computer programming with MATLAB, the design and analysis of behavioural experiments, and the analysis of functional MRI data.
This module covers advanced statistics such as multiple regression, correlation analysis, exploratory factor analysis and bootstrapping.
This module includes more advanced concepts in MATLAB programming and the analysis of functional MRI data.
This module involves a project of limited size within a specific research area. The methods used for this practical work depends on the topic chosen and can be brain imaging, psychophysics, or computational modelling. Students work under the supervision of a research adviser.
This module involves a substantial project within a specific research area. The method used for this practical work depends on the topic chosen and students again work under the supervision of a research adviser.
Focuses on the neuroscientific approach to cognition. It is also rooted within neurobiology. A number of optional modules are available such as Sensory Neuroscience, and Neuronal Signalling.
Focuses on the brain-behavioural relation and addresses various functions in normal and disordered states, and across the lifespan. Some of the optional modules available here include Clinical Neuropsychology, and Clinical Neuroscience.
Focuses on the neural basis of animal and human behaviour and addresses brain functioning across one or more interacting levels of neural organisation. A number of optional modules are available such as Current Trends in Neuroscience, and Translational Neuroscience.
Each pathway also has a research placement and project, as per the modules listed above.
The modules we offer are inspired by the research interests of our staff and as a result may change for reasons of, for example, research developments or legislation changes. This list is an example of typical modules we offer, not a definitive list.