NB Language spoken in course is Dutch unless English-speaking students participate
The student participates in an ongoing research project or carries out a replication or pilot study. The work is performed under the supervision of the researcher(s) involved. A substantial part of the research project should involve neurobiological measures (e.g. EEG/ERP, fMRI, heart rate, neuroendocrine measures). Research internship and choice of project take place in consultation with the co-ordinator. Agreements are set out in a contract.
External research internships need to be approved by the co-ordinator. The student can submit a proposal for an external research internship to the co-ordinator.
The internship can begin at any point during the whole academic year, but this will obviously be dependent on the availability of places in a research project and the availability of staff capacity. The internship should precede the students master’s project and in many cases the internship is offered in combination with the master’s project.
Students who wish to start their internship can contact the coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When a place opens up for participation in a research project and there are no applications from students on file, the place will be announced to the students via U-mail.
Achievement levels: 8,11,12,13,14,15,17,18.
To be announced.
Mode of instruction
Students participate in ongoing research and will be supervised by a project member. Student and supervisor meet at least once in two weeks to discuss challenges, problems, assignments as well as concerns. The mentor provides feedback on the quality of the work delivered by the student.
The research internship concludes with a brief report on the work performed and the literature studied. Concise guidelines for the report are included in the contract.
During this course Blackboard is used.
Depending on the subject.
Co-ordinator: Doreen Arnoldus, room 4B41.
In case of questions please make an appointment by mail.