Course on The Science and Significance of Attention @ University of Hyderabad [Aug 5-15]: Register by July 20

About the Course

The course will begin with an historical overview of ideas about attention and a survey of the variety of methods for studying it. The course will then explore how these tools have been applied within studies of attention implemented within Posner’s seminal taxonomy (epitomized by the Attention Network Test, the ANT) and its outgrowths.

Throughout the course the students will be encouraged to connect the basic concepts and research methods with practical questions such as: How dangerous is texting while driving? Can video-game training remediate the effects of normal aging? Are billboards road hazards? What networks of attentions are affected in different neurological disorders and can these be remediated?


Student at all levels (BTech/MSc/MTech/PhD), Faculty from academic institutions and technical institutions, employees from industry who are interested in human attention and performance.


1)Students (University of Hyderabad): ₹ 2000
2)Students (External): ₹ 5000
3)Faculty: ₹ 7000
4)Industry professionals: ₹ 12000

How to register

Step 1: Register in the GIAN portal and pay the required fees. Please note that course fee is separate.

Step 2: Login to the GIAN portal with the registered User ID and Password. Choose for the Course registration option. Select the course titled “The science and significance of attention” from the list and click the “Save” option. Confirm your registration by clicking the suitable option.

Step 3: Course Shortlisting: Candidates will be intimated through email regarding their selection.

Step 4: Course Fee Remittance: Once you receive the intimation from the Course Coordinator, the fee (as applicable) need to be paid.

Step 5: Mode of payment

Step 6: Fill up the registration form (Given in Page no. 7 of the brochure below), by providing details of the bank transaction. Send the scanned copy of registration form to the Course coordinator at before 20th July, 2019.


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