Residential Tuition :
Extended Commuter Tuition:
Session 1: June 19-July 1, 2022
Session 2: July 3-July 15, 2022
Fordham University - Lincoln Center
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 Examples – This past summer students toured the USC Dana & David Dornsife Cognitive Neuroscience Imaging Center to see an fMRI machine in operation. In addition, students visited a biofeedback clinic as well as a hypnotherapy center where clinicians used insights from psychology to further their work. Guest speakers included the Director of the Moral Psychology Research Laboratory from Harvard, a Cognitive Psychology professor from UCLA and a People Analyst from Google. Excursions this year in New York will be dependent on Covid and restrictions from the government or local organizations.
Meet your instructor
Nina Hanning Ph.D.
Psychology & Neuroscience NYU
Nina M. Hanning Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral Researcher at New York University (NYU). She received her Ph.D. in Psychology and Systemic Neurosciences, graduating summa cum laude from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany, in 2018. Over the past 10 years she has taught numerous courses on cognitive neuroscience, psychology, communication, and scientific practice, and is excited to share her knowledge and passion with the next generation of scientists.Learn more
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 a neuroscience center. Similar to the Yale program where they visit the Harvey Cushing Center, Cushing was the the pioneer and father of neurosurgery, was born on April 8, 1869, graduated from Yale University in 1891, studied medicine at Harvard Medical School and received his medical degree in 1895. In 1896, he moved to Johns Hopkins Hospital where there were countless discoveries in the field of neuroscience. The Cushing Center serves as a museum dedicated to the life and work of Dr. Cushing. It contains a collection of brain tumor specimens from Dr. Cushing's patients, photos of the patients, a range of personal documents and memorabilia related to Cushing, and some of the highlights of the Medical Historical Library's special collections.