ŠTUDIJSKO LETO 2014/2015, 1. SEMESTER
(študijski koledar)

Za lokacije glejte zemljevid.


Uvod v kognitivno znanost 1

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Predavanja, seminar prof. dr. Olga Markič, olga.markic (at) guest.arnes.si
Govorilne ure: glej stran FF.
Sr., 14:30-18:00
Začetek: 8.10.
Medicinska fakulteta, Katedra za javno zdravje, Zaloška 4, seminar 3.






Uvod v raziskovanje 1

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Seminar,
obiski laboratorijev, konzultacije
Izr. prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, urban.kordes (at) guest.arnes.si
Govorilne ure: sr., 13:00-14:00, PeF, soba 320

Asist. Toma Strle, toma.strle (at) pef.uni-lj.si
Govorilne ure: sr., 13:00-14:00, PeF, soba 320
Čet., 15:00-17:00
Začetek: 16.10.
Pedagoška fakulteta, Kardeljeva ploščad 16, učilnica 233.


 

 



 

Kognitivna psihologija 1

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Predavanja, seminar Izr. prof. dr. Grega Repovš,
grega.repovs (at) psy.ff.uni-lj.si
Govorilne ure: glej http://psy.ff.uni-lj.si/slo/Predstavitev/Zaposleni. Ker lahko prihaja do sprememb govorilnih ur, spremljajte obvestila na Oddelku za psihologijo FF: http://psy.ff.uni-lj.si/slo/.
Pet., 9:00 do 12:00
Začetek: 8.10.
ALUO, Dolenjska cesta 83, predavalnica 306 (opis lokacije na http://www.aluo.uni-lj.si/akademija/o_akademiji/lokacije/).
Vaje Asist. Anka Slana,
anka.slana@psy.ff.uni-lj.si

Glede terminov vaj se obrnite na asistentko. Inštitut za patološko fiziologijo, Medicinska fakulteta, Zaloška 4, mala vajalnica (siva nova zgradba PAFI, nasproti stavbe Katedre za javno zdravje) (prvo srečanje: na dvorišču pred stavbo).













Kognitivna nevroznanost 1

  Predavatelj(i)
in kontakti
Čas Lokacija
Predavanja, seminar, vaje Prof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek, dr. med., zvezdan.pirtosek (at) kclj.si
Govorilne ure: pred ali po predavanjih.
Pet., 15:30-19:00
Začetek: 10.10.

Nekajkrat bodo srečanja ob drugih časih zaradi obiska bolnikov (čas in lokacija v dogovoru z izvajalcem)
Nevrološka klinika, Zaloška 2 (prvo srečanje: v avli)










Uvod v jezikoslovje

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Predavanja, seminar, vaje Izr. prof. dr. Tatjana Marvin, tatjana.marvin (at) guest.arnes.si
Govorilne ure: Spletna stran Tatjane Marvin
Čet. 9:40-11:20 & 12:10-13:50

Začetek: 16.10.
Filozofska fakulteta, učilnica 6







Programiranje

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Predavanja Izr. prof. dr. Janez Demšar,
janez.demsar (at) fri.uni-lj.si
Govorilne ure: glej http://www.fri.uni-lj.si/si/janez-demsar
Pon., 16.00-19:00
Začetek: 6.10.
Fakulteta za računalništvo in informatiko (nova stavba),Večna pot 113, uč. A100.
Vaje asist. Martin Možina Pon., 19:00-20:30
Začetek: 6.10.
Fakulteta za računalništvo in informatiko (nova stavba), Večna pot 113, uč. A100.









Prvoosebno raziskovanje

  Predavatelj(i) in kontakti Čas Lokacija
Predavanja, vaje Izr. prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, urban.kordes (at) guest.arnes.si
Govorilne ure: sr., 13:00-14:00, PeF, soba 320

Asist. Toma Strle, toma.strle (at) pef.uni-lj.si
Govorilne ure: sr., 13:00-14:00, PeF, soba 320.
Tor., 16:15-19:20
Začetek: 7.10.
Medicinska fakulteta, Katedra za javno zdravje, Zaloška 4, seminar 3.














STUDY YEAR 2014/2015, 3rd SEMESTER
- Winter semester: 1.10.2014 - 16.1.2015
- Summer semester: 16.2.2015 - 5.6.2015
- Exam periods: 19.1.2015 - 13.2.2015, 8.6.2015 - 3.7.2015, 24.8.2015 - 18.9.2015
- See also calendar of study year.
- For locations see map.

Trends in Cognitive Science (10 ECTS)

  Lecturer(s) and contacts Date Location
Lectures, seminar, practicals Izr. prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, urban.kordes (at) guest.arnes.si
Contact hours: Wednesdays, 13:00-14:00, Faculty of Education, room no. 320

Asist. Toma Strle, toma.strle (at) pef.uni-lj.si
Contact hours: Wednesdays, 13:00-14:00, Faculty of Education, room no. 320
Tuesdays, 11:20-14:30
(some dates/times might change)
Beginning: Wednesday, 1.10., 10 am

Cognitive science conference: 9. & 10. 10. taking place at Jožef Stefan Institute (Jamova cesta 39, see map).
- No class this week.

- Last class: 13.1.
Medical faculty, Neurological clinic, Zaloška 4 (see map for location "Zvezdarna")














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

  Lecturer(s) and contacts Date Location
Lectures, seminar, practical work Prof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek dr. med., zvezdan.pirtosek (at) kclj.si
Contact hours: before or after class or via email

asist. Toma Strle, toma.strle (at) pef.uni-lj.si
For dates and times contact Anka Slana (anka.slana@kobz.si). Medical faculty, Neurological clinic, Zaloška cesta 2 (map).

For exact location(s) contact Anka Slana (anka.slana@kobz.si).






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. You will be notified about the schedule throughout the semester over e-mail.
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 (Reflections on current cognitive and neuroscientific research on religion and religious experience, 5 ECTS)

  Lecturer(s) and contacts Date Location
Lectures, seminar, practical work Prof. dr. Andrej Ule

Asist. dr. Sebastjan Vörös, sebastjan.voros@gmail.com

Asist. Toma Strle
Mon., 8:45-10:25

Beginning: 6.10.

Faculty of Education, Kardeljeva ploščad 16, room no. P037






Description The aim of the course is to expound and critically examine the latest cognitive and neuroscientific research in the field of religion and religious experience. Some of the major issues dealt with will be the following: What are the current major cognitive theories on religion and religious experience? Do religion and religion experiences have evolutionary value or are they merely the by-product of certain cognitive circuits in the brain? Are evolutionary approaches to religious phenomena plausible? Why (not)? Is there a God module in brain, and if so, what (if any) bearing does this have on the question of existence of God?  What are religious experiences and how are they related to other (normal and/or altered) forms of experience? Is there such a thing as a genuine religious experience or are religious experiences merely a subset of pathological (i.e. experiences accompanying certain pathological states, such as temporal lobe epilepsy, schizophrenia etc.) and/or drug-induced experiences (i.e. experiences triggered by mind-altering drugs, such as psilocybin, mescaline, LSD etc.)? If so, what, if anything, does this tell us about the fundamental claims of religions? If not, in what sense are religious experiences similar to and in what sense are they different from pathological and/or drug-induced experiences? How can religious experiences be triggered (mind-altering drugs, meditation, contemplation etc.) and what can science tell us about these methods? The course will consist primarily of reading, analysing and presenting excerpts from relevant monographs and research papers addressing different aspects of religious experience. The main goal is to acquaint listeners with and promote critical reflection on the most pressing issues pertaining to the topic in question.