PROGRAMME OF THE EXAM
The final exam will be oral. To take the exam of 6 (or 5) credits students must expound texts equivalent to 8 (respectively 7) articles chosen from those discussed in the seminar (bibliography, part 1). The essays or tracks specified of a book count always as equivalent to one article each – apart from the following exceptions: 1. the paper by McClelland et al. and the extract fom Wilson together count as one article; 2. the same holds for the paper by Custers & Aarts the paper by Dijksterhuis et al.
PROGRAMME OF THE EXAM FOR OF WORKING STUDENTS:
Be attending the module means to participate in at least three quarters of the sessions, that is at least 14 (of 18) sessions for 6 credits and at least 12 sessions for 5 credits. Working and not attending students will have to expound the same texts studied by those attending, however, two more, i.e. texts equivalent to 10 articles (for 6 credits), respectively, 9 articles (for 5 credits); and they have to study and expound the introductory texts indictated in Part 2 of the bibliography (chs. 5, 13, 14, 22, 39 of the book edited by O'Connor & Sandis).