Third International Social Neuroscience Course (3CINS-2019)
The Science and Human Processes Interdisciplinary Laboratory – LINCIPH, and the Health, Medical Knowledge, and Society Area of the Social and Human Sciences Faculty invite the Externadista community to enroll in this course.
In recent decades, Neuroscience has developed substantially and has become a reference horizon for many disciplines and fields of knowledge. In this scenario, Social Neuroscience is an inter-discipline integrating life sciences and social and human sciences theories and methods, from evolutionary, molecular, and informational perspectives contributing to the understanding of the social brain.
The above is being constructed from theoretical-methodological platforms addressing problems such as the spread of social emotions, social cognition, prosocial behaviors, intentional attribution between individuals, and the processes associated to collective activities, among others. The possible synchronous and co-determined activity between different active brains in a social process is still an assumption, not an empirical finding.
However, perhaps the most fundamental Social Neuroscience contribution could refer to the possibility of rethinking the debate on the continuity or discontinuity of the mental processes involved in collective actions, and the interaction scope as radical styling of the psychological apparatus and its material substrates.
The course structure and content seek to introduce fundamental discussions and trends in Social Neuroscience research as an interdisciplinary field contributing to the study of social dynamics and human processes. To achieve this objective, the course features guest lecturers from universities in Italy, Mexico, Cuba, and Colombia. Additionally, the course will incorporate key virtual pedagogical practices and laboratory work to contribute to achieving significant learning, allowing participants to integrate them into their professional, research, and teaching roles.
Purpose of the 3CINS-2019
Present fundamental discussions and trends in Social Neuroscience research as an interdisciplinary field contributing to the study of social dynamics and human processes.
– Luz Torner Aguilar, Ph.D. in Biology; PhD in Neurobiology. Researcher at the Center for Biomedical Research of Michoacán, Mexican Institute of Social Security, Mexico
– Liliana Chicaiza Becerra, PhD. Business Administration; PhD in Economics and Health Management. Associate professor of the Economic Sciences Faculty, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
– Oliva Teresa González, PhD. Biology Graduate. With a Specialization in Biochemistry, a Master’s in Biological Sciences, and a PhD in Biomedical Sciences. Researcher at the Department of Experimental Neuroscience, Center of Neurosciences of Cuba CNEURO, Cuba.
– Jairo Pérez Osorio PhD. Psychologist. Master’s in Neuro-Cognitive Psychology; PhD in Systemic Neurosciences. Researcher of social interaction between humans and robots, Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy.
– Mario García Molina PhD; Economist; Master’s in History; MPhil in Economics; PhD in Economics. Associate Professor of the Economic Sciences Faculty, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Jorge Martínez Cotrina
Juan Pablo Bermúdez
Mauricio Aponte Canencio
Juan Carlos Caicedo Mera
Melissa Cárdenas Molano
Juan Felipe Torres Garzón
Jorge Martínez Cotrina
Professionals and students of Social and Human Sciences, Health Sciences, Basic Sciences, Natural Sciences, Education Sciences, Legal Sciences, and Engineering.
Tuition Cost $550,000
· Externado undergraduate and graduate students may enroll in the course as an elective subject for the 2019-2 academic period (without additional tuition cost)
· Externado alumni – $450,000 (if paid by July 31, 2019. From August 1-13, 2019, the cost of the course will be at the full rate).
|Course Program – August 13-16, 2019|
|Time||Tuesday, August 13||Wednesday, August 14||Thursday, August 15||Friday, August 16|
Speaker: Dr. Jairo Pérez Osorio
Dr. Liliana Chicaiza Becerra and Dr. Mario García Molina
Speaker: Dr. Teresa Oliva González
Speaker: Dr. Luz Torner Aguilar
|9:00-11:00 am||Electroencephalography (EEG) and cognitive evoked potentials (PEC) as a Social Neuroscience research method||Economic concepts and Neuroeconomics
|From animal models with alcohol addiction to addiction in humans.||Hormones and social behavior.|
|11:00-11:30 am||Break – snack||Break – snack||Break – snack||Break – snack|
|11:30 am-1:00 pm||Use of the electroencephalography (EEG) method and cognitive evoked potentials (PEC)||Neuroeconomics: Experimental evidence||Methods and techniques for the study of addiction||Methods and techniques for the study of stress Neuroendocrinology|
|1:00-1:30 pm||Discussion group||Discussion group||Discussion group||Discussion group|
|Evaluation and closing ceremony. Awarding of Certificates of Attendance|
|2:00-4:00 pm||Laboratory practice: Collection and analysis of data from electroencephalography (EEG) and cognitive evoked potentials (PEC) – Group 1||Laboratory practice: Collection and analysis of data from electroencephalography (EEG) and cognitive evoked potentials (PEC) – Group 2||Laboratory practice: Collection and analysis of data from electroencephalography (EEG) and cognitive evoked potentials (PEC) – Group 3|
|12 hours||Individual virtual work||Individual virtual work||Individual virtual work|