As programme coordinator, I’ve recently had the pleasure of meeting and introducing a substantially large and international cohort of highly motivated students to our Master’s programme Mind, Brain and Wellbeing Visit Website. They have now formally begun their studies, and we are excited to see what the year ahead will bring. The list of graduate […]
After careful consideration by the year’s examiners, I am pleased to announce that the winner of the honorary prize for the best Bachelor’s Thesis in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Skövde for the year 2014 goes to Psychological Coach student Sofia Andersson Szabo, for her thesis A Biological and Psychological Profile of Eudaimonia as High […]
As part of the recent university-wide reorganization, we have now finalized our move to new offices, which will be more directly adjacent to our new colleagues within the School of Bioscience. The department, and all its faculty, can now be found on the ground floor of the G-building, by the main entrance, across from the […]
The final Cognitive Neuroscience thesis seminars for the semester, held Mon-Wed 26-28 May 2014, have now been completed read review. In total, 22 students defended their Cognitive Neuroscience theses: two MSc students, two BSc students with empirical theses, and 18 BSc students with literature review theses. Thank you to all those involved, particularly the thesis […]
GP, one of the bigger Swedish dailies, has just published an article (in Swedish) highlighting some of the work being done by our undergraduate Psychological Coach students.
Visiting doctoral Philosophy student Astrid Paulsson (Charles Sturt University & CAPPE, Australia), who is writing about global justice and empathy from a cognitive neuroscientific perspective, presented a draft dissertation outline on Friday 4 October, 2013, followed by an interesting and engaging discussion with seminar participants. In attendance were Anna Agelii, Stefan Berglund, Patrick Fasthén, Petri […]