Mgr. Marek Havlík, Ph.D.
researcher
working at:  RP3 Applied Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
in the institution:  2015 - present
telephone: (+420) 283 088 464
e-mail: Marek.Havlik@nudz.cz


Marek Havlík successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis in 2015 entitled Default Mode Network and Endogenous Brain Activity: Methodological-philosophical analysis. Havlík has been focused on the topic of consciousness for several years. He published several articles on the theme of consciousness, Default mode network and theory of science. His fields of expertise are science of consciousness, qualia and conscious experience, neurophilosophy, philosophy of neuroscience and history of neuroscience. 

Interests

Publikace:

DMN – klidová síť mozku. Kandidát na nové neurovědecké paradigma. Teorie vědy. Vol 34, No 2 (2012).

Vědomí a úrovně vědomí. Dva rozdílné vědecké přístupy. ACTA FF. No 4 (2012).

Historie neurogeneze. Implicitní definice a pragmatická falsifikace. Teorie vědy. Vol 35, No 3 (2013).

Default Mode Network and the Problem of Determining Intrinsic Mental Contents. (společná studie s Doc. Tomášem Marvanem, Ph.D.) Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric. (2014).

Jaké je to být hyperempatikem. Příspěvek empirické vědy k subjektivní zkušenosti. Filosofický časopis. (2014).

 

Elektronická učebnice:

E- learningová podpora mezioborové integrace výuky tématu vědomí na UP Olomouc

Příspěvek - Problém mysli a těla ve filosofii mysli. http://www.pfyziol_mysl.upol.cz/       

Professional training and experience

2013 - 2015: March 2013 – May 2015. Researcher and member of the Research Center for Theory and History of Science. RCTHS - Research Centre for Theory and History of Science. Member of the research group of 20th century science, under the supervision of Prof. RNDr. Ladislav Kvasz, Ph.D.

Master thesis

2010: Problems of Intentionality in the Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science: Searle, Dennett

Specialization

: Science of consciousness; Qualia and conscious experience; Neurophilosophy; Philosophy of neuroscience; History of neuroscience.

Thesis

2015: Default Mode Network and Endogenous Activity of Brain: Methodological and Philosophical Analysis.

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RP1 Experimental Neurobiology RP2 Public Mental Health RP3 Applied Neuroscience and Neuroimaging RP4 Epidemiological and Clinical Research in Addictions RP5 Sleep Medicine and Chronobiology RP6 Brain Electrophysiology RP7 Clinical Research of Mental Disorders RP8 Translational Neuroscience International Cooperation Department AD Centrum Publications Ongoing Projects Pharmaceutical Industry-Sponsored Research Ethics Commission Postgraduate Students Conferences & Seminars Awards International Course 2015
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