URNIK / SCHEDULE OF COURSES
- Urnik bo objavljen na VISu v drugi polovici septembra za zimski semester in sredi februarja za poletni semester / Schedule of courses will be published on student e-system VIS in the second part of September for winter semester and in mid February for summer semester (for MEi:CogSci mobility students: see below).
- Študijski koledar / Study calendar
- Zemljevid lokacij / Map of study locations



KONTAKTI IN GOVORILNE URE / CONTACTS AND CONSULTATION HOURS
- Prof. dr. Olga Markič, olga.markic@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Maja Bresjanac, dr. med, maja.bresjanac@mf.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Andrej Ule, andrej.ule@ff.uni-lj.si
- Prof. dr. Ivan Bratko, ivan.bratko@fri.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek, dr. med., zvezdan.pirtosek@kclj.si (govorilne ure pred ali po predavanjih / consultation hrs: before or after class)
- Prof. dr. Grega Repovš, grega.repovs@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Marko Robnik-Šikonja, marko.robniksikonja@fri.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Tatjana Marvin, tatjana.marvin@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- prof. dr. Anja Podlesek, anja.podlesek@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Janez Demšar, janez.demsar@fri.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Prof. dr. Marko Polič, marko.polic@ff.uni-lj.si (kontaktne informacije / contact info)
- prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, urban.kordes@pef.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- izr. prof. dr. Gregor Sočan, gregor.socan@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- izr. prof. dr. Christina Manouilidou, Christina.Manouilidou@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Doc. dr. Sebastjan Vörös, sebastjan.voros@gmail.com (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Doc. dr. Luka Komidar, luka.komidar@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Doc. dr. Toma Strle, toma.strle@pef.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Doc. dr. Borut Trpin, borut.trpin@gmail.com (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Doc. dr. Jure Bon, jure.bon@gmail.com (govorilne ure po dogovoru / consultation hrs on agreement)
- Doc. dr. Maja Malec, Maja.Malec@ff.uni-lj.si (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Doc. dr. Anka Slana Ozimič, anka.slana@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Asist. Andraž Matkovič, andraz.matkovic@ff.uni-lj.si (kontakt in govorilne ure / contact and consultation hrs)
- Asist. Domen Šoberl, domen.soberl@fri.uni-lj.si (kontakt / contact)
- Asist. Nina Purg, nina.purg@ff.uni-lj.si (kontakt / contact) (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Asist. Jaša Černe, jasa.cerne@pef.uni-lj.si (kontakt / contact) (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Asist. Katarina Marjanovič, katarina.marjanovich@gmail.com (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Tjaša Mlinarič, tjasa.mlinaric@mf.uni-lj.si (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)



INFO FOR MEi:CogSci MOBILITY STUDENTS


WINTER SEMESTER
Info on courses and other mobility mattters will be given at the info meeting for mobility students in the first week of October.

Trends in Cognitive Science (10 ECTS)
Schedule will be available in the second part of September.

Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1 (special topic of interest / elective module 1: Seminars in Clinical Neuroscience)

Lecturer(s) and contacts: Prof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek, dr. med.
Schedule: TBA
Location: The course will be delivered in accordance with the epidemiological situation.

Description 20/21:
Possible seminar topics: Gait, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, Tourette syndrome, Schizophrenia / depression

Description: On the first meeting of each seminar students will be introduced to symptoms and conditions of patients they will meet at the end of the week and introduced to related neuroscientific phenomena, its problems and its various dimensions. Main dimensions of the phenomena will be elucidated in a discussion: (i) anatomical brain correlates, (ii) the role of neurotransmitters, (iii) relevant methods with which we can study the phenomena (from phenomenological to TMS and imaging methods), (iv) treatment methods (psychotherapy, neuropharmacology, TMS, DBS...), (v) the role of the society (vi) other important dimensions. Each student will pick one of the broader dimensions of each topic and present it to colleagues after 2 to 3 days. Students have to write a report for the mentor on the specific topic and the discussion they had with their colleagues. At the end of the week the second meeting of each seminar follows with one hour discussion and one hour time with a patient.

Schedule will be individually shaped according to the availabilities of patients and clinicians.
An example of the schedule: 1 seminar, 1 week, 1 phenomenon:
- Monday afternoon (3-4 hrs): Seminar, lecture, discussion about a phenomenon → looking for literature in groups about various interdisciplinary aspects of the phenomenon of the week.
- Wednesday afternoon: independent presentation (peer-to-peer teaching) of what you found about your aspect of the phenomenon of the week.
- Friday afternoon (3-4 hrs): Report, discussion, patient, reflection.

The course will be delivered in accordance with the epidemiological situation.

Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1 (special topic of interest / elective module 2: Psychological Theories of Rationality)

Lecturer(s) and contacts: asist. prof. dr. Borut Trpin.
Schedule and location: the course will be carried out online, on Tuesdays at 12am, starting on 12th of October.

Description:
Rationality is a familiar notion that raises many questions when it is used in models of human reasoning. We will first address what rationality is, look at some influential cases in psychology of reasoning (Wason selection task and the conjunction fallacy) and then review the main positions in the "rationality debate". We will address the self-interest theory, heuristics and biases tradition, evolutionary psychology in relation to rationality, mental logic and mental models, bounded rationality, and Bayesian rationality and probabilistic approaches to rationality more generally. We will also discuss advantages, limitations and implications (e.g., for economics, public policies) of these various positions. This will provide the students with a good overview of the so-called rationality wars, a heated debate among the modelers of human reasoning from different incompatible methodological schools.
The course consists of a seminar and a tutorial. In the latter, the students will learn how to assess research papers with scrutiny because the focus will be on discussions of classic and more recent research papers on the topics that will be addressed in the seminar.

Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1 (special topic of interest / elective module 3: Decision-making: perspectives and contexts)

Lecturer(s) and contacts: asist. prof. dr. Toma Strle, asist. Jaša Černe
Schedule: TBA
Location: Faculty of Education, Vegova 4 (if epidemiological situation allows)
Structure: Lectures, exercises, seminar
Content: TBA
Deliverables: TBA



University of Ljubljana further courses in English for exchange students
- University of Ljubljana list of courses in English for exchange students (students should inquire about these courses at the respective faculty; the international offices should have the relevant info)



Summer semester

Master thesis seminar
Beginning of the course: t.b.a. (Vegova 4, big lecture room).
Schedule will be published online by mid February.