The program aims to train researchers in order to achieve an internationally competitive level in behavioral sciences, cognition and cognitive neuroscience.
The program introduces the research of language and cognition from three scientific perspectives: the linguist, the cognitive psychologist's and analytic philosopher, to provide, in each case, an interdisciplinary training that qualifies students to follow the contributions of the other two perspectives necessary for research in their specific area.
The master in Clinical Psychology and Health aims to prepare students as main competent professionals in the field of clinical psychology and health, with a generic profile or accredited skills training and specialization in one of the routes provided.This preparation is based on a scientific and professional approach, which involves the acquisition of professional and research skills.
By being an interdisciplinary master it aims to provide basic knowledge for future researchers in neuroscience, in both basic and clinical research, so they can tackle future problems of their work in a transactional way and can join both public and private laboratories and research centres. The Master is also aimed at professionals (doctors, psychologists, veterinarians ...) wishing to upgrade their knowledge in the most important aspects of Neuroscience.
The purpose of the Master in Primatology is to provide graduates in the fields of experimental sciences, humanities and health an updated high quality training that will deepen in primatology, both in the research and professional applications such as education and conservation.
The Masters in Psicogerontology aims to train psychologists for working in the field of the elderly. The training provided by the Master is based on a scientific approach and professional, which assumes that a good and professional preparation involves the acquisition of practical and research skills.