6 Hours | 6 CEs

This training program on Cognitive Neuroscientific Approaches to Enhancing Training is presented by Itiel E. Dror, PhD and focuses on specific ways in which training can be enhanced through the use of technology aligned with cognitive neuroscience. 

This program begins with providing foundational knowledge regarding the general principles and mechanisms of human cognition, including how the brain processes information, how information processing is at the core of training and learning, and specific issues related to information processing such as knowledge representation, encoding and retrieval of information, knowledge utilization, depth of processing and allocation of resources. 


Next, the architectural constraints in cognition are described, including limits in information processing load, malfunctions, and the lack of control. Finally, a discussion of domain applications will connect the foundational knowledge and architectural constraints to a variety of cognitive domains relevant to training and learning, including problem solving, memory, skill acquisition, cognitive flexibility, visual cognition, and expertise

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Describe foundational information about the human cognitive system

  • Describe how information and knowledge is acquired, processed, represented, encoded, stored, utilized, and retrieved

  • Describe how cognitive processing can be used to make learning more efficient

  • Describe the pitfalls and errors that can occur during information processing

  • Describe techniques for improving retrieval and utilization of information

Presented By

Itiel E. Dror, PhD

Dr. Itiel Dror is a cognitive neuroscientist who received his Ph.D. at Harvard (1994) in the area of cognitive factors in human expert performance. Since his Ph.D. over twenty years ago, Dr. Dror has been researching this area and has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles specifically looking at cognitive factors that mediate human expert performance.
  • Intended Audience

    This self-paced course is intended for mental health and other allied professionals.

  • Experience Level

    This self-paced course is appropriate for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.

  • CE / CPD Credit

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Curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Review Before Proceeding

  • 2

    Introduction

    • Lesson 1 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

    • Technology enhanced learning: The good, the bad, the ugly

    • Helping cognitive system learn: Exaggerating distinctiveness and uniqueness

    • A cognitive perspective on technology enhanced learning in medical training: Great opportunities, pitfalls and challenges

    • A novel approach to minimize error in medical domain: Cognitive neuroscientific insights into training

  • 3

    Chunking

    • Lesson 2 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

  • 4

    Critical Implications for Training

    • Lesson 3 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

  • 5

    Effective Training Part 1

    • Lesson 4 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

  • 6

    Effective Training Part 2

    • Lesson 5 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

  • 7

    Expert

    • Lesson 6 Video

    • Lesson Quiz

  • 8

    Course Evaluation

    • Course Evaluation

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  • Convenience & Flexibility

    Learn at your own pace, from wherever you might be!

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