Throughout this multi-disciplinary program, students learn about human emotional and mental processes. The study of Cognitive Psychology investigates how humans respond in certain ways towards various stimuli, while Theory and History of Art examines optical and auditory senses through the experiencing of a wide range of works of art as well as material from the field of aesthetics. Furthermore, Cognitive Philosophy allows students to learn various philosophical ideas and encourages students to ponder the question: “How does cognition occur in the human mind?”

In addition to academic lectures and seminars, students are given opportunities to undertake experiments and to learn from guest lecturers invited from other universities. To learn about human intelligence and sensitivity as well as about inter-human and inter- societal relations, students engage in a multidisciplinary program divided into three sections. Through philosophical investigations, aesthetic theories and experience, as well as psychological empirical analysis, students will learn about human intelligence, sensitivity, and societal relationships.

Cognitive Psychology
  • SEKIYAMA, Kaoru. (Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience, Development and Adaptation)
Cognitive Philosophy
Theory and History of Art