The Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences offers four Research Master's programmes:
|Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology|
Join leading international scientists to understand and innovate treatment and prevention of mental disorders in children, adolescents and (older) adults.
Explore the intricacies of the brain, combine insights from cognitive psychology and neuropsychology, deepen your understanding of normal and abnormal brain function.
Genes in Behaviour and Health (start: September 2018)
Join leading international scientists to explore the principles underlying social behaviour, gain new insights and essential skills for top-level research.
Furthermore, the faculty participates in these interdepartmental Research Master’s programmes:
Learn about the brain in all its complexity.
Flesh-eating bacteria claims more and more lives.
|Artificial Intelligence: cognitive science|
The track focusses on the processes that underlie human functioning from two different research perspectives: empirical work and computational modeling.