Courses and events

Upcoming courses and events for the students of the Doctoral Programme in Psychology, Learning and Communication.

For the postgraduate course offerings and descriptions, please see WebOodi. You can also browse data in WebOodi without a UH username and password. Registration for courses takes place in WebOodi using a UH username and password. Remember to cancel your registration if necessary. You need a UH username and password to register for courses. When registering, log into WebOodi and see information about instruction.

Participation in postgraduate seminars must be agreed with the relevant coordinators. If the student wishes to include the credits earned for a seminar in his or her postgraduate degree, this must also be arranged with the supervisor. As a rule, students should take seminars related to their own topic.

 

 

COURSES IN 2018-2019. Please note these are preliminary and changes can occur.

PSYT-913 ja PSYT-914 Statistical power: analysis and inference. Tuesday 11.9. at 12:15-16:45 and Wednesday 12.9. at 09:00-13:30. Igor Radun  

Educational Data Mining (II pediod)

PSYT-913. The Psychophysiology Primer. (Preliminary starting at 10.10. at 12–16) Benjamin Cowley    

PSYT-915 ja PSYT-917 Cortical Structure across the Lifespan. Mondays 29.10.–3.12. 2018 at 10–12. Eero Vuoksimaa.

PSYT-913 ja PSYT-914 Meta-analysis. Tuesday to Friday at week 48. Katariina Salmela-Aro and Brett Laursen

PSYT-915 ja PSYT-917 Language Development in Bilingual Children. Monday to Friday 19–23 November 2018 at 09.30–12.15. Katariina Salmela-Aro and Erica Hoff.

PSYT-913 and PSYT-914 Psychophysiology Methods Lounge. To be announced later. Benjamin Cowley and Miika Leminen. (Spring 2019)

PSYT 915 and PSYT-917 Developmental cognitive neuroscience - from typical development to neuropsychiatric disorders. Fridays 8.2 –29.3.2019 at 12–16. Juha Salmitaival.

SEMINARS

Participation in postgraduate seminars must be agreed with the relevant coordinators. If the student wishes to include the credits earned for a seminar in his or her postgraduate degree, this must also be arranged with the supervisor. As a rule, students should take seminars related to their own topic.