• Psychiatry 182
• 4 UC credits in 6 weeks
• Now approved as an elective for the Neuroscience Major by the NSIDP Curriculum Committee
Have we entered the next stage of human evolution now that we know enough about the brain to change its function? What does the future hold for those who want to enhance cognitive functions or prevent the onset of brain disorders? What can you do today to change habits, leveraging knowledge of neuroplasticity?
This course engages students in learning about the current state of neuroscience knowledge regarding: cognitive training, habit formation and change, “happiness” and positive psychology interventions, self-monitoring and the quantitative self, time management, executive function management, mindfulness, and creativity. The course includes practical application of knowledge acquired via class and readings.
• Instructors: Robert M. Bilder, Tennenbaum Professor of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences and Psychology and Alex Korb, Adjunct Asst. Professor of Neuroscience
• This course is now open for registration as part of UCLA Summer Sessions, open to both current UCLA students and visiting students. To register, UCLA students use MyUCLA login. For others, see Summer Sessions website.
Dates: June 27 – August 3, 2016
Times: Tu, Th 10:00am – 12:30pm
Location: Semel Institute for Neuroscience, 740 Westwood Plz, LA CA 90024
For more information please email: RBILDER@MEDNET.UCLA.EDU