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Cognitive skills Training

$59.00

This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to improve their cognitive abilities.

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Cognitive skills Training Course Overview:

This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to improve their cognitive abilities. The course will cover topics such as memory, attention, executive functioning, and problem solving. Students will learn about the latest research in cognitive science and will be given opportunities to practice these skills through exercises and games.

 


Course Objectives:

-To understand the basics of cognitive science

-To learn about different cognitive abilities and how they can be improved

-To gain practice in using cognitive skills

-To receive feedback on one’s progress in improving cognitive abilities

 


Outline:

Unit 1: Introduction to Cognitive Science

In this unit, students will be introduced to the field of cognitive science. They will learn about the history of the field and the different branches of cognitive science. Students will also be introduced to some of the key concepts in cognitive science, such as cognition, perception, and memory.

Unit 2: Memory

This unit will focus on the topic of memory. Students will learn about different types of memory, such as short-term memory, long-term memory, and working memory. They will also learn about how memory can be improved through different techniques, such as mnemonic devices. In addition, students will learn about the latest research on memory and will have opportunities to practice what they have learned through exercises and games.

Unit 3: Attention

This unit will focus on the topic of attention. Students will learn about different types of attention, such as selective attention and divided attention. They will also learn about how attention can be improved through different techniques, such as practice and mindfulness. In addition, students will learn about the latest research on attention and will have opportunities to practice what they have learned through exercises and games.

Unit 4: Executive Functioning

This unit will focus on the topic of executive functioning. Students will learn about different executive functions, such as planning, decision making, and flexibility. They will also learn about how executive functions can be improved through different techniques, such as practice and goal setting. In addition, students will learn about the latest research on executive functioning and will have opportunities to practice what they have learned through exercises and games.

Unit 5: Problem Solving

This unit will focus on the topic of problem solving. Students will learn about different types of problem solving, such as inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning. They will also learn about how problem solving can be improved through different techniques, such as practice and brainstorming. In addition, students will learn about the latest research on problem solving and will have opportunities to practice what they have learned through exercises and games.

 


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Do I need to have any prior knowledge of cognitive science to take this course?

A: No, you do not need to have any prior knowledge of cognitive science to take this course. The course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of the topic.

Q: Will I be able to immediately apply what I learn in this course to my life?

A: Yes! The course is designed so that you can immediately start using the techniques you learn to improve your cognitive abilities.

Q: I’m not a student. Can I still take the course?

A: Yes! The course is open to anyone who wants to learn about cognitive science and improve their cognitive abilities.

 


Glossary:

Cognition: The mental process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses.

Perception: The ability to take in information through the senses and interpret it accurately.

Memory: The ability to encode, store, and retrieve information.

Attention: The ability to focus on a particular stimulus while ignoring others.

Executive Functioning: The ability to plan, organize, and execute tasks.

Problem Solving: The ability to find solutions to problems.

Inductive Reasoning: The ability to reasoning from specific instances to general principles.

Deductive Reasoning: The ability to reasoning from general principles to specific instances.

Brainstorming: A technique for generating ideas by thinking creatively about a problem or topic.

 


Participants’ Reviews:

★★★★★ “I took this course to learn about the latest research on cognition and to improve my own cognitive abilities. I was not disappointed! The course was very interesting and informative. I would recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn about cognition and improve their own cognitive abilities.” – A. Mooney

★★★★★ “This course was exactly what I was looking for! I learned a lot about different topics in cognitive science, and I was able to immediately apply what I learned to my own life.” -S. Manzano

★★★★ “I found this course to be very helpful in improving my own cognitive abilities. I learned about different topics in cognitive science, and I was able to immediately apply what I learned to my own life.” -J. D’Angelo