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 also 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 (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- 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)
- Izr. prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, urban.kordes@pef.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Doc. 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. Jure Bon, jure.bon@gmail.com (govorilne ure po dogovoru / consultation hrs on agreement)
- Doc. dr. Maja Malec, malecmaja@yahoo.com (za govorilne ure kontaktiraj po epošti / for consultation hrs contact via email)
- Asist. dr. Martin Možina (kontakt in govorilne ure / contact and consultation hrs)
- Asist. Anka Slana Ozimič, anka.slana@ff.uni-lj.si (govorilne ure / consultation hrs)
- Asist. Andraž Matkovič (kontakt in govorilne ure / contact and consultation hrs)
- Asist. Vida Ana Politakis (kontakt in govorilne ure / contact and consultation hrs)
- Asist. Domen Šoberl (kontakt / contact)



WINTER SEMESTER

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

Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1 (elective courses)
(Seminars in Clinical Neuroscience, 5 ECTS)

  Lecturer(s) and contacts Date Location
Lectures, seminar, practical work Prof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek dr. med.
Doc. dr. Toma Strle
T.b.a.
For further info contact David Sakić.
Medical faculty






Description, topics. 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.


























Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1
(Consciousness and rationality, 5 ECTS)

  Lecturer(s) and contacts Date Location
Seminar, practicals Doc. dr. Maja Malec:
malecmaja@yahoo.com
Asist. Borut Trpin: borut.trpin@ff.uni-lj.si
T.b.a.
Beginning: t.b.a.
Faculty of Education, Vegova 4.



Description This course will consist of two parts – at the seminar led by Assist. Prof. Maja Malec the main epistemic issues concerning consciousness will be discussed and at the tutorial led by Assist. Borut Trpin the topic will be rationality.

Consciousness is very familiar to us, but at the same time so elusive to scientific and philosophical study. In the initial sessions, we will determine why this is so – we will discuss, for example, qualia, the explanatory gap, the hard problem of consciousness, the knowledge argument and the zombie argument. We will touch on the use of thought experiments in these arguments and the plausibility and reliability of this method. In later sessions we will discuss some responses to the presented challenge(s) and the current state of the art in the study of consciousness.

Rationality is another familiar notion that raises many questions when it is used as a model of human behaviour. We will first address what rationality is and then review the main positions in the "rationality debate". We will, for example, address the rational utility maximization view, and on the other hand the view that we are inherently irrational due to our limited cognitive abilities. We will also discuss intermediary positions (for example, bounded rationality and Bayesian rationality). The implications of different positions (e.g., for economics and public policies) will also be addressed in later sessions.

























SUMMER SEMESTER

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



COURSES IN ENGLISH AT OTHER FACULTIES (for mobility students)
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Computer and Information Science
- Faculty of Arts (Department of Psychology)



ARHIV URNIKOV / SCHEDULE ARCHIVE
- Urnik zimskega semestra 2014/2015
- Urnik poletnega semestra 2014/2015
- Urnik zimskega semestra 2015/2016
- Urnik poletnega semestra 2015/2016