At Friedrich Schiller University Jena, we provide basic training which enables students to work in scientifically-grounded professional fields as M.Sc. in Psychology – Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, such as in industry, healthcare, and non-profit organisations.
Topics for Master Theses are continuously offered at the Department for General Psychology (Prof. Dr. Stefan R. Schweinberger). The topics are typically related to current „hot topics“ in research in person perception and human communication. We offer tight supervision and full integration of students into active research laboratories.
We also offer the option to get training in sophisticates research methods (e.g., cognitive electrophysiology and EEG/EKPs, eye tracking, digital image and sound morphing, 3-D imaging etc.). We expect your scientific enthusiasm for your M.Sc. topic as well as continuous work in the field, while liaising with the respective lab team.
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- The Perception of Emotional Intonation from Voices in Cochlear Implant (CI) Users
- Age and Ageing in Person Perception
- Multisensory Integration and the Experience of Agency in Human-Computer Interaction
- Face Learning and Expertise: Enhancing Face Learning with Photorealistic Caricaturing
- Super-Recognizers” and Individuals with Prosopagnosia: Individual Differences in Face Recognition Abilities
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Mandatory admission requirements for masters programmes at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena differ from one programme to another.
- Specific requirements for each course - such as mandatory language requirements or necessary academic skills.
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