Update 17.3.2020: The student presentations are replaced by written minireports done in the student groups. The deadline for the online submission of the minireports is 3.4.2020. Here are a few recommendations based on which the reports will also be graded:
suggested length is 3–4 pages.
format is free but clear structure is important.
include figures, illustrations and/or visual illusions if possible.
include a list of references. references can be websites etc, not only scientific articles. (where did you look for information? where did you get the pics?)
include a description of how the workload was divided within the group.
You will prepare a 15-minute presentation in small groups for the last teaching session. Please select your group here. We recommend that you first team up with people you would like to work with. You could use the Discussion forum to suggest topics/share
Please find below topic suggestions for the group presentation. You can also suggest a topic of your own (preferably an "applied" theme related to any of the lecture topics). Please let the teachers know by the end of February which topic your Group has selected (during the lecture on 28th February or by email). Feel free to use the Discussion forum to ask any questions you might have related to this Group work.
1. EEG/MEG as a tool in visual neuroscience
2. Anomalies of colour vision
3. Social vision---cortical processing of visual information related to other people
4. Perception of faces (perceptual integration, specialisation)
5. Perceptual organisation in animal vision (visual signals, camouflage)
6. Assessment of working memory precision in clinical settings (e.g., the effect of age on visual working memory precision; visual working memory precision and capacity in schizophrenia patients)
7. Activating and enhancing memory representations using tACS / TMS