About the Doctoral School
The Doctoral School is offering a doctoral training programme in a wide range of specialties within the field of ‘Psychological Sciences.’ The school’s main priority is to involve doctoral students in promising interdisciplinary research projects in the areas of modern psychology, sociology, economics, linguistics, and neuroscience. Doctoral students will have the opportunity to attend courses and seminars in English and to participate in internships in leading Russian and European university laboratories that collaborate with the Faculty of Psychology.
Doctoral schools provide an opportunity for international doctoral students to undertake part of their study or research at HSE. The university offers two types of traineeships – research and study. The study stay involves taking courses from the HSE doctoral schools. This can be one, two or more courses aimed at developing academic skills or at obtaining greater exposure to special core subjects.
HSE and the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences cooperate in new EU-funded PhD fellowship program
BIGSSS–departs (doctoral education in partnerships) is a full-time international PhD program co-funded by the European Union. It provides close supervision of dissertation work in a demand-tailored education and research environment at the University of Bremen and Bremen’s Jacobs University.
Research seminar of Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory: N.Novikov on “Post-error modulations of theta and alpha activity in the auditory condensation task”
On November,30 junior researcher Nikita Novikov presented speech on Post-error modulations of theta and alpha activity in the auditory condensation task, in which he described the basics of contemporary views on cognition control structure. The main topic was post-mistake adaptations.
Young researches of HSE’s Centre for Cognition & Decision Making will be invited to speak on Cognitive sciences and neurotechnologies.
10th February Elizaveta Okorokova speaks on ‘Human-computer Interfaces: don’t you touch it!’
24th February Mihail Pokhoday speaks on ‘Eye-tracking: 21th century method – how to use and apply it in psychoogy’
9th March Oxana Zinchenko speaks on ‘Social punishment and encouragement: how people react on violating social standatds’
23th March Anna Shpektor speaks on ‘How to improve cognitive abilities by brain stimulation’
Lectures start at 19-30.