The results of the exam of 19/04, and the final grades.
The exam of 19/04 is relocated to BBG -209 and BBG - 214, 8.30 - 10.30.
(There will be someone at the original location, EDUC-ALFA, to direct students who have missed this notice to the BBG).
The reason is expected noise from building activities.
Some tips for the preparation of your exam (retake) on April 19.
You should focus on:
- the chapters of Matlin as indicated;
- the topics discussed in the classes (so the slides);
- the *main messages* in the additional papers;
- the papers in depth, when they discuss topics that were also covered in the classes.
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- The final grades.
- If you want to check your exam: you are welcome in BBG 485 on Wednesday Feb 22, from 10 -11 or from 15 - 16.
- The exam grades. We are still working on the project grades. When the final grades are known, we will put dates online when you can check your exam and project.
- Fill in the
self-evaluation form for peer assessment of your team
members till Monday February 6th! That will be taken into
account for the project grades.
- Schedule for the project presentations on February 1. Your presence is required during at least one full session (7 or 8 groups).
- Adjustment in the exam literature: Matlin Chapter 8, pp. 272 – 293; use pp.248 – 272 as background for the slides.
- Because the UU-link is unavailable at the moment: Houtkamp, 2012 (only Chapter 5 for the exam).
- Example exam questions are
online. Please pay attention that while some questions are from the
lecture slides, some of them are based on the provided exam literature.
- The full list of exam literature. We will put example questions online next week.
- Group meetings schedule after
the holidays is online!
- Slight change to today's presentation
- Slides of Monday's class are
online. (Please pay attention to the comments on the upper-left corner of
some of the slides).
- If your average grade for the assignments is 5.5 or lower, you are allowed a "repair". Please contact Joske Houtkamp (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Slides of today's class are online.
schedule for the presentations on 21st December are online.
- Slides of today's class.
- You will have a presentation of your project ideas on December
21st Wednesday and deliver a report on December 23rd Friday. We will
announce the presentation times soon. Each presentation will take max
12 mins (6 mins presentation + 6 mins feedback).
- Meet with your group to decide on a project idea and to come up with a
concrete plan of what you will do after the Christmas holidays!
- We strongly recommend that you attend the lab hours on Wednesday for feedback and help with the Assignments; and (next week) to have a flying start in your project!
- Slides of class December 5.
- In the project, you will work in groups of 4. Go to
http://tinyurl.com/CEprojectgroups to subscribe as a team. If you cannot
find a team, you can talk to your teaching assistant. The deadline to
form the groups is December 9th. You will start working on the
project from December 12th.
- Slides of today's class are
- Project documents are online.
- Slides of today's class.
- Assignment 2 is online.
- Slides of the second class are
- Slides of the first class.
- The first assignment is available (see menu). If you have no partner for the first assignment, please mail to IKUCognEmo@gmail.com.
- The course schedule is online. There is no lab on Wednesday 16/11.
- In the assignments, you work together in pairs. Go to http://tinyurl.com/INFOB2CE16-17 to subscribe as a team. If you cannot find a partner, you can mail your teaching assistant.
- Please all attend the first class on Monday 14/11 from 11.00 - 12.45 hrs. We will inform you on the organisation of the course, the exam, the assignments and the project.
- In the first 4 weeks you will work on weekly assignments, in pairs.
- Questions about the organisation of the assignments? Send a mail to IKUCognEmo@gmail.com .
- If you participate in this course, you will need your own copy of Cognitive Psychology, 8th Edition International Student Version by Margaret W. Matlin.
- The course will be taught in English.
- This site will be updated regularly with new information and materials.