Matlab for Psychologists
Use of the Matlab computer programming language is an increasingly important skill for psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists. If you want to generate carefully controlled stimuli, use advanced experimental designs, implement interactive experiments or analyse complex datasets including fMRI, EEG, MEG, eyetracking and kinematics, you need to know Matlab.
This summer school is taught by Dr Antonia Hamilton, author of the popular 'Matlab for Psychologists' tutorial. Over 3 days, Dr Hamilton will teach students the grammar of Matlab and equip them with the skills they need to understand, edit and write flexible and powerful experimental software.
Matlab for Psychologists will run on 26th / 27th / 28th July 2017 in London.
BOOKING FOR THE 2017 COURSE IS NOW OPEN - BOOK HERE.
Who should attend?
What will I learn?
You will learn how to enter and manipulate data, plot graphs, write programs and more. At the end of the course, you will have all the skills you need to use Matlab effectively for research in psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
Topics covered include
Attendees will be given course books with copies of the slides, exercises and answers as well as a USB key with pdfs of all this information
Full details are in the course timetable.
What are people saying about the course?
After previous Matlab4Psychologists courses, the attendees said:
Any other questions?
Email a.hamilton - @ - ucl.ac.uk if you have other questions.
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