Course information

Course title
Early Programming: How Early Life Shapes Human Developme
University / Organization
Radboud University
City
Nijmegen
Country
The Netherlands
Academic level
Both Msc and PhD
Language
English
School
Address
Course director
Course lecturer(s)
Carolina de Weerth, PhD Professor of Psychobiology of Early Development Principal Investigator Cognitive Neuroscience Principal Investigator Baby & Child Research Center Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour Radboud university medical center
Course aim
After this course you will: - Have knowledge and understanding of the effects of a broad range of early prenatal and postnatal experiences on developmental outcomes, as well as on possible underlying mechanisms. - Be aware of recent developments in the field of programming research. - Be able to critically analyze recent literature on the course subjects. - Be able to apply the recently acquired knowledge into the design of new research, and into discussing your own ideas and standpoints on this field of research.
Course contents / programme
This highly interactive course looks into a broad range of exciting and recently discovered environmental factors and mechanisms that shape early and long-term human development, using psychological and biological perspectives.
Required Knowledge and preparation
Teaching methods
Assessment
Course type
Summer School
Consecutive days
Yes
Online course
No
Duration (net days)
5
Credits
2
Course fee
€525, 10-25% early bird + partner discount if you apply before March 1st, 2019.
Direct e-mail to register
Paper submission required?
CV
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front approval