“Nu am crezut ca in doar 14 zile viata mi se poate schimba atat de mult. Am fost foarte fericita din prima clipa cand am ajuns. Toata echipa mi-a devenit familie si am trait cu ei momente unice. Cursurile au fost geniale, profesorul era unul dintre prietenii nostri, impartaseam si comunicam mult.”
EXCELENT, IMPRESIONANT, CAPTIVANT si superlativele nu se opresc aici...O astfel de tabara lingvistica nu este de ratat! 2 saptamani in Anglia = cateva luni de scoala in Romania! Nu sunt vorbe goale! Minunata echipa Mirunette, din punctul nostru vedere, ne puteti trimite oferte pentru taberele de anul viitor!
Ce este puntea dintre distractie si restrictie? Tabara de limba engleza sau mai bine zis prilejul de a cunoaste oameni minunati si de a lega, probabil, prietenii pe viata…si acum va voi spune “Bun venit in taramul oniricului!”
Impreuna cu Ioana dorim sa multumim intregii echipe Mirunette pentru ca ati ales sa investiti in dezvoltarea Ioanei si pentru ca ati reusit in aceasta vara sa-i transformati visele in cea mai frumoasa realitate. Ne-au impresionat pe amandoua profesionalismul de care ati dat dovada, extraordinara implicare si daruire, dar ne-ati transmis si multa afectiune pe care am simtit-o dincolo de cuvinte.
Va multumesc pentru organizare, pentru implicarea si grija avuta, pentru profesionalism, pentru faptul ca ati facut totul (incepand cu organizare si terminand cu intoarcerea acasa) cu suflet si empatie pentru nevoile copiilor si de ce nu, si ale parintilor. La cat mai multi ani sa aveti in organizare de tabere la acest nivel.
Deci daca va place sa calatoriti, sa vizitati, sa nu stati prea mult timp intr-un singur loc, daca vreti sa gustati cate putin din intreaga bogatie a Marii Britanii, sa explorati 3 culturi asemanatoare dar totusi unice in felul lor, Tabara 3 Capitale este alegerea perfecta!
Programul Academic Cambridge/Oxford Online Study include 8 cursuri / prelegeri online, sustinute de un profesor universitar de la University of Cambridge sau University of Oxford cu tematica Psychology and Neuroeconomics:
The research of neuroeconomics can be divided into two categories
1) Determine the neural process in the decision-making, and the standard economic model can well predict the behavior;
2) Research on "anomalies", In this case, the standard model can not predict the behavior well.
However, it seems that this emerging discipline has not clearly defined its research content, and most of the research under its definition framework can be attributed to the research topic of neuroeconomics. In the survey we found, the contents involved are all inclusive, such as reward acquisition; certainty, fuzziness and delay of satisfaction; learning and strategy; cooperative preference; utility and reward system; fairness, altruism and trust; learning, memory and knowledge; economic decision-making.
Dr Martin Vestergaard MSc PhD MA
Position: Professor of Wolfson College, Cambridge University; Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
Biography: Martin Vestergaard is a neuroscientist interested in the psychology of decision-making, mental health & communication
Martin's research interests include mechanisms of automatic processing in sensory systems and their evolutionary basis, cognitive aspects of auditory perception, and behavioural and neural aspects of economic decision-making. He uses psychophysical, electrophysiological and neuroimaging methods to identify behavioural and neural indices of reward processing and auditory specialization. A key finding in his early work is that humans and other animals may have evolved an ability to judge the competence of suitors and predators by gauging skeletal size from their communication signals.
Martin received his PhD in Psychological Acoustics from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) where he had previously earned his MSc and EE degrees following undergraduate and graduate studies in Electrical Engineering and Communications at DTU and in Systèmes électroniques et Informatiques Industrielles at Polytech Nantes. He was a Research Fellow at the Centre for the Neural Basis of Hearing, Cambridge before he moved on to study cognitive aspect of the reward system in the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience.
He became a Fellow and Tutor in Wolfson College in 2011, and since 2016 he has held the role as Deputy Senior Tutor.
1. Economic decision-making
This lesson is an introduction to behavioural economics. We cover basic axioms of preference, utility maximization, decisions under risk, risk aversion, loss aversion, temporal discounting, trust and cooperation, prospect theory, opportunity costs, decoy effect, sunk costs, and anchoring.
2. Models of decision-making
This lesson is an overview of models of decision-making. We cover the basic distinction between model-based and model free reinforcement learning, Bayesian inference, evidence, prior, likelihood, optimization, generative model and cost function.
3. Neurobiology of decision-making
This lesson introduces brain imaging techniques such as fMRI, EEG, MEG, TMS and single cell recordings and their application in investigations of the reward system. We look at general linear models used in fMRI research, the application of parametric modulators and the problem with correlated regressors.
4. Biases and errors in decision-making
In this lesson, we look at biases of human decision-making, confirmation bias, Dunning–Kruger effect, cognitive dissonance, framing effect and endowment effect. We also look at errors in statistics, type I vs type II error, survivor bias, selection bias and collider bias.
5. Two-systems decision-making
In this lesson, we cover a large catalogue of dichotomies in decision theory and psychology, goal directed vs habitual decision-making, model-based vs model free control, analytical vs intuitive decision-making, declarative vs procedural learning, experienced utility vs decision utility.
6. Case-study: Irrational decision-making in humans
In this lesson, we go through an example of neuroimaging research. We start from the initial observation of a suboptimal human behaviour, then go though theory, psychology and modelling to the final identification of brain mechanism responsible for irrational decision-making in humans. This lesson can also serve as model for a Journal Club, i.e. a lab meeting in which research students present a journal article in detail to their colleagues, which prospective graduate students will need to learn.
7. Evolutionary Perspectives
In this lesson, we examine how human decision-making has evolved, how behaviours that are seen as irrational may have an evolutionary basis and how human tendencies in decision-making are shared with other animals. We will look at comparative studies of economic decision-making and discuss the origin faith-based reasoning.
8. Paradoxes of choice
In this lesson we look at everyday instantiations of the theory covered in the course. We go over different strategies of decision-making and coping mechanisms that may be used to prevent failure in rational decision-making that is hardwired into the human brain.
Acest program este destinat tinerilor cu varsta minima de 16 ani, cu un nivel de limba engleza minim echivalent IELTS 5.0+ (B2).
Se vor forma grupe internationale de aprox 15 elevi, pentru inscriere se va trimite in avans un CV al elevului in limba engleza.
Cursurile se vor desfasura in zilele de sambata, in intervalul orar 10:00 – 12:00 ora UK (12:00 – 14:00 ora Romaniei), conform perioadei selectate.
La finalul celor 8 saptamani participantii vor primi:
Sesiunea Martie: 27 martie, 3 aprilie, 10 aprilie, 17 aprilie, 24 aprilie, 1 mai, 8 mai, 15 mai 2021 (locuri limitate)
Sesiunea Aprilie: 24 aprilie, 1 mai, 8 mai, 15 mai, 22 mai, 29 mai, 5 iunie, 12 iulie 2021
Sesiunea Mai: 29 mai, 5 iunie, 12 iunie, 19 iunie, 26 iunie, 3 iulie, 10 iulie, 17 iulie 2021
450 GBP/ 8 cursuri
· TVA 19%