Residential Tuition :
$4,998 USD Will increase to $5,498 on Dec 31, 2021
Extended Commuter Tuition:
$3,398 USD Will increase to $3,598 on Dec 31, 2021
$2,798 USD Will increase to $2,998 on Dec 31, 2021
Session 1: June 19-July 1, 2022
Session 2: July1-July15, 2022
Late July: July 17-July 29, 2022
University of California at Berkeley
Through psychology simulations and hands-on neurology workshops, you will explore the relationships between the brain and human behavior. Whether you are interested in the physical aspect of the brain and central nervous system or more intrigued by human behavior and thought processes, connect with professionals that have a background in both psychology and neuroscience.
Excursions at UC Berkeley – students will visit the Action & Consciousness Lab and other labs at SFSU.
Topics you'll explore
Students will learn to tackle these fundamental questions with the tools of psychological science. Students will learn about classic experiments in psychology, with the goal of getting a hands-on, experiential understanding of how people work and how psychologists study them. They will explore social dynamics; emotions; personality; mental illness; the nature of beliefs; neuroscience; and the relationship between the mind, brain, and body. As a capstone project, they will construct their own miniature psychology theory, design/run an experiment to test it, and present findings to the class.
Students will visit the Action & Consciousness Lab and other labs at SFSU. At the Action & Consciousness Lab, they investigate action control from an integrative cognitive neuroscience perspective, focusing on both unconscious brain mechanisms and conscious mechanisms. The research in the laboratory is untraditional in that they work backwards from overt action to the conscious and unconscious central processes responsible for it, rather than work forward from an external perceptual stimulus to central processing. The director of the lab is Ezequiel Morsella, a theoretician and experimentalist in neuroscience who received his Ph.D. at Columbia University and carried out his postdoctoral training (2003 - 2007) at Yale University.